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Shed 'n' Home at Bindi - its a play on my name.

Entire house hosted by Adrian
4 guests2 bedrooms3 beds1 bath
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My place is close to parks. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and families (with kids). It is in the Victorian High Country and provides access to National Parks, Australian Fauna including wild horses (Brumby's).

My place is ideal for people who love the outdoors, fishing hiking and camping. It is set on three acres with the Tambo River on my doorstep.

Backpackers, tourists or couch potatoes also welcome.

Golf $20 for 18 holes.

There is just so much to do here.

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
2 single beds

Amenities

Wi-Fi
Free parking on premises
Kitchen
Indoor fireplace
Air conditioning
Essentials
Washing machine
TV
Heating
High chair

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4.98 out of 5 stars from 49 reviews

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Bindi, Victoria, Australia

This is a quiet neighbourhood and travellers are unlikely to experience a lot of traffic going past. I have a most sociable neighbour who is also a stock farmer. If you urgently need eggs, milk, flour etc. then just drop by at 771 Bindi Road. Peter is also the person with a spare set of keys.

Peter and his wife are the salt of the earth and they will do whatever they can to help. Peter has grown up in the region and his family previously owned the land I am on. As such he is a wealth of knowledge on the history of the area which was once reliant on the forestry industry for work.

Most neighbours in the area are pleased to help.
This is a quiet neighbourhood and travellers are unlikely to experience a lot of traffic going past. I have a most sociable neighbour who is also a stock farmer. If you urgently need eggs, milk, flour etc. th…

Hosted by Adrian

Joined in February 2017
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Hi. I am happy to say that I come from the melting pot of creation. My genealogy is sourced from British, Scottish, Irish, French, Spanish, German and Indian blood. As such I am a lover of all cultures. I was born in India and lived there for 15 years prior to migrating to Australia with parents, grandparents and 5 siblings. I have two sisters and three brothers. When it comes to food I love Indian curries having been nurtured by my late maternal grandmother who was of French and Indian stock. These curries were particularly unique, developed over two centuries of what we call Anglo-Indian culture. Yet I also enjoy the rich heritage of Anglo European cuisine which I have inherited from both sides of my family. You get the picture - I love food and I like nothing more than cooking for other people. I have travelled too - North America, Canada, England, Paris, Latvia, India, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. I have also briefly spent time in Vanuatu and Fiji and while the weather and activities were great they have not drawn me back. My home country of course tops the list especially as I still have a home there. But Latvia in summer and Lake Toba in Sumatra have been the pearls of my journeys. But it is hard to say I really like one thing/culture/place more than the other. My home in Bindi is the place I go to when I want to wind down from my work in the Intellectual Disability sector. At Bindi I find peace of mind and can settle down with my children to play scrabble, boggle and jigsaw puzzles. At other times I can relax by doing some work on the property. With three acres there is lots to do. On cooler days I go hiking into the forest or four wheel driving. Occasionally I ride the dirt bike into the nearby hills. At other times I drop a line in the river for a trout or go for a swim. Though I must say my daughters have always caught the bigger fish. Then there are great reads by Wilbur Smith and Bill Bryson just to name a couple. I love live theatre, opera, musicals and comedy. One of the more recent productions I enjoyed was Chinese Opera about the three kingdoms and I watched this in Chengdu, Sichuan, China in August 2016. Other musicals that I have loved are Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables but the production of Lion King did not meet my expectations. I like music from the 50's to the 80's as well as Classical. So if you decide to visit Bindi for an AirBnB stay you will find quite a selection. Just to name a few performers - BB King, U2, Dire Straits, Crowded House, Men at Work, Michael Buble, Brahms, Beethoven and so on. Sadly, as much as I would like to be there all the time to host my guests my work with people with a disability is my passion. It is not just a career, it is a vocation in which I plan to spend the rest of my life. However, I do get to Bindi every 2nd weekend and it would be a pleasure to host and to show you the pleasures that the local area has to offer. As such I am offering people the opportunity to enjoy what I have to share with or without my presence and to make themselves at home. What I do ask is that you treat the opportunity to rest and recuperate in a pristine setting with as much respect as you give your own home and family. Formerly I was an engineer and believed that life was very structured and controlled. I did that for 19 years and one day felt I needed a change. After another 22 years working with people with a disability I have grown in the knowledge that life cannot be controlled but can be enjoyed. My catchcry now is "There is no such thing as a disability because we are all differently able". I know this well, having experienced a minor disability in 1985 losing three fingers in an industrial accident. I believe that "if you can dream it you can do it".
Hi. I am happy to say that I come from the melting pot of creation. My genealogy is sourced from British, Scottish, Irish, French, Spanish, German and Indian blood. As such I am a…
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I live in Melbourne and only attend the property on a fortnightly to Monthly basis for 3 day weekends. I am happy to give guests their space if required but available to socialise with them when I am at the property.
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House rules
Checkout: 11:00 am
Self check-in with key safe
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed
Health & safety
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Carbon monoxide alarm
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