Alinghi Beach House is a testament to an Australia that once was. From the native wildlife to the wondrous Southern Great Barrier Reef, the 14 acres of raw bushland and rocky outcrops that surround the eco-friendly property is yours to explore.
Luxury Property Features
with the landscape
One view of the home, and you will see how it blends with the silvery tree barks and “disappears” into the landscape. This is the result of carefully-chosen materials and colours. They will fade to silver grey and disappear in the landscape over time. The home’s exterior is clad in Arctic cedar, a very hardy timber that fades with sun exposure and requires very little maintenance.
Nesting Turtles Are
This tranquil hideaway does not have neighbours in the traditional sense, but it is home to an abundance of wildlife. During your visit you may have the opportunity to meet wallabies, goannas, turtles, echidnas and a vast variety of birds. The external lighting is all low-voltage so as not to cause distress to wildlife, particularly nesting turtles which breed at Honeymoon Bay and the neighbouring beaches.
A design that befriends
With its cleaver sustainable design, cross-ventilation and high siting means that the house is cooled by breezes straight off the ocean. Louvered air-vents also increase air flow.
The house uses rain water harvesting and other methods to keep self-sufficient for water. Alinghi is low energy – no air conditioning, and ceiling fans are used only occasionally.
Let Alinghi Be Your All Natural Escape
Our award winning property set in unique natural surroundings
will leave you relaxed and rejuvenated.