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Has anyone told you it is time to smell the flowers? Here is your chance, this Bed & Breakfast is a stand-alone house situated in an area with Australian bird and wildlife in a lovely garden and bushland setting with two rentable double bedrooms with built-in shelve storage and shared guest bathroom/shower toilet.

It has free WiFi in the Westfield Shopping Centre and surrounding area:
https://www.westfield.com.au/hornsby

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WALKS
Walking Trials – tall forest, sandstone outcrops, ponds, gullies, waterfalls
Ku-Ring-Gai, Wildflower Garden –Bushwalking, kids adventure, food, feat, bush craft
Free first Sunday Sound Wildflower Garden, 12 noon – 3pm live entertainment – jazz, rock, acoustics, etc.
Wildflower Garden Park run – 5km route Ku-Ring-Gai

Blue Gum Walk, Hornsby (12km)
Sphinx, Warrimoo, Bobbin Head (9.6km)
Bobbinhead Broadwalk (600m)
Mt. Kuring-gai – Berowa (9.7km)
MacQuarie Park – Thornleiigh (11.5k)
Berowa - Mt Kuring-gai (9.4km)
Benowie Walking Track
Great North Walk
Crosslands Trial, Hornsby Heights
Carrs Bush, Galston
Callicoma Walk, Cherrybrook

Temperature controlled dual cycle air-condition for the hot and cold months.
From the railway station, it is 5 mins by car, 8 minutes by bus (575) and 12 mins walk to the property. There are nature parks, playgrounds, tennis courts, green bowls, ten pin bowling alley and swimming pool within walking distance. If you are interested in swimming, tennis, soccer, skateboard / scooter track, cricket, green bowls, ten pin bowling, golf, martial arts (Aikido, Brazilian Jujitsu, Kendo, MMA Muay Thai, Taekwondo, Kendo, Wing Chun, etc.) , etc. this is where it is all happening at venues within half an hour from the property.

Hornsby has the largest shopping centre in the northern region and is the connecting hub to the North coast and beyond. The property is also less than an hour to the Hawkesbury RIver where fishing and oyster farming is prevalent.

Buses run to and from the city to Hornsby station twice an hour till 10:20pm to 11pm weekdays depending on the direction of travel. First bus to the railway station is 6:24am. Bus from house bus stop to Macquarie University is 45 mins. The Northern Line train from Hornsby station to Macquarie University is 15 mins and the Northern Line Express to University of Technology Science at Sydney Central via Epping and Strathfield is 45 mins.

For those interested in bird life, they fly around daily. WIld turkey does occassional visits. Kookaburras and Cockatoos are common as are lorikeets but Sea eagles are infrequent. Blue toungue lizards visit the rocks to sunbathe during the summer months.

For wildlife enthusiasts (bring torch):
Bird watch during daylight, for owls night time.
Possum watch starts around 8pm onwards throughout the night.
Rabbit Watch starts 10pm - midnight.
Wallaby watch starts 2am - 4am in the morning.

Hornsby Background
By Kevin Wong

The aboriginal people from Dharug who spoke the Ku-ring-gai language were the original people of the Hornsby Shire region living here and using the Hawkesbury River as a transportation medium for fifteen to twenty thousand years before English settlement in Australia. Some of this evidence can be seen from their engravings on the rocks in the vicinity.

The suburb of Hornsby was named after Samuel Henry Horne a migrant from Norwich, Norfolk in England who served in this northern district as a constable. In the time of his service the area was prone to attacks from bandits or what was locally known as bushrangers. Samuel Horne and John Thorn, a fellow constable came to prominence when they tracked down and killed John Macnamara, the notorious bushranger who terrorised this region. As an appreciation for their services, Mr. Horne was promoted to senior constable of the district and they were given some land which Mr. Horne named as Hornsby Place from which the area’s name was derived and Mr. Thorn’s land came to be known as Thornleigh. In the early days, the Normanhurst region was one of plantations and orchards.

The place that is now Hornsby was then known as Hornsby Junction, a transportation hub from Normanhurst to the northern two hundred and fifty acres in Old Man’s Valley of Mr. Thomas Edward Higgins and to Mr. Solomon Wiseman’s ferry across the river to the north.

George Peat extended the Old Berowra Road to the Hawkesbury River at Peats Ferry now the old Pacific Highway and later the Hornsby Railway station was opened.

Gästers tillgång
Guests have access to front gardens, front balcony, lounge dinning area, back verandah, back garden.

Andra saker att notera
Morning Check-in Time: 10.00 am - 2:00 pm
Evening Check-in Time: 7:00 - 10:00 pm

Checkout Time: 7:30 am - 10:00 am

Other Pre-arranged Times: Please contact Host. Thank you.
Has anyone told you it is time to smell the flowers? Here is your chance, this Bed & Breakfast is a stand-alone house situated in an area with Australian bird and wildlife in a lovely garden and bushland setting with two rentable double bedrooms with built-in shelve storage and shared guest bathroom/shower toilet.

It has free WiFi in the Westfield Shopping Centre and surrounding area:
https://www.west…

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Sovrum 2
1 dubbelsäng

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Hornsby, New South Wales, Australien

This Bed and Breakfast sits in a private strata standalone housing area in a secluded cul-de-sac among wildlife and beautiful well tended garden flora and beautiful valley views of the bushland. It is also conveniently situated near the park, sport field and hospital.
You can walk to Westfield, the biggest shopping mall in the region with free WiFi and over 350 shops and 35 eateries. There are also weekly variety market stalls in the Hornsby shopping mall.
If you are interested in free BBQing, swimming, tennis, soccer, skateboard / scooter track, cricket, green bowls, ten pin bowling, golf, martial arts (Aikido, Brazilian Jujitsu, Kendo, MMA Muay Thai, Taekwondo, Kendo, Wing Chun, etc.) , etc. this is where it is all happening at venues within half an hour from the property.
Within an hour and you can get to the best fishing, camping, BBQing and oyster farming area in NSW.
This Bed and Breakfast sits in a private strata standalone housing area in a secluded cul-de-sac among wildlife and beautiful well tended garden flora and beautiful valley views of the bushland. It is also conv…
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Kevin är din värd

Blev medlem juni 2018
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I am a world traveler and have stayed in over 15 countries in 3 continents so I know what is required for a great holiday. With my experiences and knowledge I can help you have your dream holiday.
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