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(Owned by the Mountjoy Lorne Estate Co. Ltd.)

The Most Up-to-date Seaside Resort Australia.


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ERSKINE HOUSE " contains 132 Rooms, including large cool Dining Room, Cafe, Ladies’ Sitting Room, Billiard and Smoking Rooms, Hot and Cold Water Bath Rooms, with a complete underground septic system of sewerage. Two Asphalt and Three Grass Tennis Courts, Bowling Green, Four Croquet Lawns,and Three Putting Greens. The House and grounds are illuminated with electricity. A limited number of Bungalows, for those preferring Sleeping-out Accommodation, are prov ided.

“ ERSKINE HOUSE ” is only one minute’s walk from the ocean, with its perfect beach for safe surf bathing. Fresh-water Showers are provided in the Bathing Boxes, and there is also a large Fresh-Water Swimming Bath on the premises for men. Hot Water Service in Bath Rooms.

iMany pleasure resorts can boast of splendid coastal scenery, many of their grand mountain scenery, and many of their beautiful water-falls and fern gullies. LORNE is blessed with all of these.

I he climate is mild, and the atmosphere possesses those delightfully exhilarating properties produced only by a combination of mountain and sea air.

Motor Garage adjoining “ Erskine House.”

“ ERSKINE HOUSE ” is provided with a plentiful supply of fresh Fruit and Vegetables from its own orchard and garden.

A fine herd of Cows is kept.

THE CUISINE is a speciality, being in the hands of a first-class kitchen staff.

An up-to-date refrigerating plant, also a steam-cooker, and a steam-driven ice-cream machine on the premises. Plentiful supply of Ice.

LORNE is the Paradise of Photographers.

Fishing can be obtained in the Erskine, George and Cumberland Rivers, and from the jetty and rocks. Crayfish can be obtained from the rocks at low tide.

The pleasure and recreation grounds surrounding “ Erskine House are not surpassed at any holiday resort in Australia.

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DAILY PICNICS are arranged by the Management, and are a special attraction.

EVENING AMUSEMENTS.--A large Recreation Hall, with excellent floor for dancing, is provided. Varied amusements are arranged tor entertainment of guests. Lady pianist engaged for summer season. 1 hose who wish to spend their evenings in a quieter way are well catered for.

A First-class WIRELESS SET has been installed for the benefit of visitors. SPECIAL SUPPERS, Etc., provided at Reasonable Charges.

Iced Summer Drinks.

1 obacco, Cigars, Cigarettes and Confectionery of the best quality sold in the Cafe.

THE WALKS.— I here are many pretty walks within easy distance of the House. The Sanctuary and Rapids, half-mile ; Lily Ponds, two and a half miles ;

* 1 * ^ ^ 1 ^ 1 y ^ Lo o 1^ o u t, one mile. Among the many beauty spots at a greater distance are :— Erski ne Falls, 6 miles. Kalimna Falls, 6 miles. Margaret Palls, 5 miles. Phantom Falls, 2\ miles. Sheoak Falls, 3J miles. The Canyon, 3J miles. And the Sea Beach within one minute’s walk.

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TARIFF :

Xmas and New Year Fortnight (22nd December to 4th January), 17/6 per day; or less than one week, 20/- per day.

No Accommodation booked for less than one week during Xmas and New Year Fortnight, and all Children charged full tariff for that period.

From 1st November to 30th April (except for term as above), 15/- per day, or less than one week, 17/6 per day.
From 1st May to 31st October, 10/6 per day; or less than one week, 13/6 per day.
Terms for Children for Summer Season (except Xmas and New Year fortnight).

Under 4 years, 10/- per day; 4 lo 6 years, 11/6 per day; 6 to 8 years, 13/6 per day over 8 years, full tariff; write for special Winter tariff.

lo ptevent disappointment, intending visitors are advised to book accommodation early especially for the Xmas, New Year and Easter Holidays.

There is Direct TELEPHONE Communication with “ERSKINE HOUSE.”

Letters, Telegrams, or Telephone communications receive prompt attention.

A miniature Golf Course has been laid out adjoining ‘‘Erskine House” Grounds.

To prevent delay in answering correspondence, etc., all communications must be addressed:

MANAGER, ‘‘Erskine House,” Lorne.

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