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I came to King Island to see the land my mother was born in 100 years ago. My sister in law and I happened upon Devil’s Gap...What a lucky find. Our little house had a spectacular ocean and wallaby view and was stocked with breakfast...More
Great place to stay, met at the airport by agent, place was stocked with bread, milk, eggs and fruit - plus some weekbix to feed the wallabies if you are keen.
Very relaxing place to stay, the open fire is a nice change to the...More
Our party of 4 - 2 couples, stayed in a pair of small houses close to the beach. The had everything we needed including fresh local bread, eggs and fruit. Each house had a slow combustion heater as well as electric heaters, big TV, plenty...More
Lighthouse Rocks Cottage is one of the old Fishermans cottages managed by Caroline of Devils Gap Retreat in Currie. We booked as we thought we would try some 'different' accomodation! And we were right these cottages have been decorated by Caroline, a local artist, and...More
Stayed at Waterwitch for a week. This is not 5 star accommodation, but is best described as comfortable, homely, whimsical and rustic - which is a deliberate creation of the artistic owner Caroline (who was very friendly and helpful - she even met us the...More
There are supermarkets in Currie, other shops and some restaurants/cafes. Very limited outside of Currie. If you are staying more than a couple of days, to see the sites you need a car. There are two hire companies on KI.
Hi Paul, I'm answering on behalf of Caroline of Devils Gap - unfortunately there are no vacancies on those dates. I hope you find accommodation elsewhere and enjoy a lovely time on King Island. There's a boathouse on Currie... More
Hi Paul, I'm answering on behalf of Caroline of Devils Gap - unfortunately there are no vacancies on those dates. I hope you find accommodation elsewhere and enjoy a lovely time on King Island. There's a boathouse on Currie Harbour called the Restaurant Without Food, which is unique to the Island, and offers a great atmosphere to sample a crayfish pie (from bakery) and a glass of wine (all BYO). All the best, Christine (for Caroline)