A Touch of Lux Overlooking Perlubie Beach
The villas are architecturally designed passive buildings with the walls & roof made from the highly energy efficient, structurally insulated panel system (SIPS) and all doors & windows are double glazed e glass. The design maximises the unrestricted views over the Southern Ocean whilst ensuring the most energy efficient orientation. The villas are painted white to maximise heat reflection and bamboo floors, no VOC paint & upcycled furniture continues the natural low impact theme. Underfloor heating, large fans and windows that maximise the benefit of the sea breezes ensures temperatures are always comfortable. And you can always use your air conditioner if you want to really cool things down.
Both villas are less than 100 meters from the water overlooking Eba Island and the white sand dunes framing Perlubie beach. Each villa is individually decorated providing eclectic elegance with a touch of the 60's & 70's style. There is a strong focus on using natural, recycled & local products. Bed linen & towels are bamboo, toiletries organic & Australian, & all food products are sourced locally (if quality available) & preferably organic.
Where is Perlubie Landing?
Perlubie Landing is located on the west coast of the very pristine and spectacular coastline of South Australia known as the Eyre Peninsula, about 700 kilometres west of the capital city of Adelaide. It is conveniently located 90 kilometres from the Ceduna Airport and 19 kilometres from the beautiful township of Streaky Bay. If you fly into Ceduna transport to Perlubie Sea can be arranged or you may want to hire a car to tour Eyre Peninsula. If driving it is 300 meters off the Flinders Highway/B100. Turn off the Flinders Highway at the Perlubie Landing sign onto Woolamai Way & then first left onto Wharff Drive. Perlubie Sea is signposted on the right 100m from the corner.