Facilities and Activities

Robyns Nest Boutique Resort acknowledges the assistance from Destinations NSW with a Grant to update & Complete our Conference Center & Restaurant 2012

Robyns Nest Boutique Resort in Merimbula is part of the Australian Coastal Wilderness

 

 

 

Robyn’s Nest Boutique Resort offers a wide variety of facilities to all it’s guests, where we aim to provide the ultimate get away for all our guests, no matter what your interests are.

  • 15 metre solar heated swimming pool (not warm enough for winter months)
  • Full size competition standard tennis court with full night lights
  • Jetty, Pontoon and boat mooring
  • Heated jacuzzi for complete relaxation
  • Spa treatments and massages can be arranged upon request for you to enjoy in the comfort of your own room
  • Walking tracks for all levels of fitness, including a boardwalk around the lake’s edge that takes you all the way to the Merimbula town centre
  • Fishing over prime breeding grounds, both in the top lake and our catch and release dam which is fully stocked with Silver Perch and Bass
  • Prime bird watching with over 60 identified species on our property
  • A large variety of native Australian Wildlife including kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, kookaburras and many more as part of our natural landscape.
  • WiFi is available

Robyn’s Nest is located a short 3 minutes drive or 40 minute walk to the heart of Merimbula where you can find a wide variety of quality cafes and restaurants along with various activities and entertainment available to suit all ages.

The Sapphire Coast offers activities such as

  • 6 top quality (including 2 world class) golf courses
  • Magic Mountain theme park
  • Top Fun amusement arcade
  • Potoroo Palace native animal wildlife sanctuary
  • Merimbula Aquarium and Wharf
  • Eden killer whale museum
  • Historic landmarks and sites to enrich your holiday experience
  • Various water sport operators for all kinds of water activities
  • Many white sand beaches and excellent swimming holes
  • An abundance of national parks and walking tracks for all abilities as part of Australia’s Coastal Wilderness experience http://www.australia.com/campaigns/nationallandscapes/AustraliasCoastalWilderness.htm
  • Amazing whale watching from August to October each year as the whales and their young feed & play before heading to Antarctica for the summer.

For more information  on any of the things listed, visit www.merimbulatourism.com.au or www.sapphirecoast.com.au