There really is something for everyone

Activities on location

There are so many wonderful things for you to enjoy during your stay at Clover Cottage. Here’s just a few that you can experience:

  • Fishing - Rainbow and Brown Trout, Redfin Perch and Freshwater Cobbler.
  • Tennis - Superbly appointed grass tennis court that overlooks the lake.
  • Canoeing - Explore the magnificent Warren River.
  • Farm Animals – Feed the friendly donkeys, goats and sheep.
  • Bushwalking – Explore the ancient Jarrah and Karri forest.
  • Birdwatching – Clover Cottage is a haven for vast species of birds.
  • Visit the Shop – Come a grab a couple of movies, fishing rods, lures and gourmet produce from the shop.
  • Explore the South West – Check out the many award winning wineries, restaurants and other attractions that the Southern Forest Region is famous for.


The farm is nestled on the banks of the magnificent Warren River, a pristine waterway that is brimming with trout, perch, and fresh water cobbler. Operated by Paul Thomsett, who has over 25 years experience in farming and breeding trout, the retreat has become a premier freshwater angling destination.

Try your luck on our regularly stocked lakes or in the river. Many a good sized trout has been caught using lures or wet and dry fly. Flick rods are available for you to borrow and lures can be purchased in the shop. FishingWa also offer a few tips for fishing Redfin Perch at Clover Cottage.

There's so much to do here at Lake Beach. Here are a few examples...

Whether it’s bird-watching or admiring the foliage, you can engage in your eco-friendly hobbies since over 40% of Lake Nona has been left as open green space. Book Now

Directions and Map

From Manjimup:

Turn off the South-West highway into Brain Street (Brain Street is the start of Muirs Highway). Travel 18kms, turn right into Wheatley Coast Road. Travel 3-4kms until you reach the Duckridge Mountains entrance on the right (opposite Lentom Road).

We have provided a Google Map at the top of the page. Click here to view the full map.

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