The Cove's 24 hectares was purchased in 1965 by Wallace and Shirley Greenham. Ten years later, Wallace moved to Demark and began construction of the A-Frame, being followed by potter Jonathon Hook, Kim Greenham, and Susan and Illya Cenin.
The A-Frame functioned as a communal living space, and building soon began on the workshop complex which catered for woodwork, metalwork and pottery. The woodwork business "Settler's Pine", grew out of a salvage operation following Cyclone Alby in 1978.
All timber for construction of the chalets by Illya and Susan, has been cut by them at the mill on the property.
"Karri" and "Tingle" chalets were built in 1989 (with the assistance of three Cenin children) and "The Sanctum" was completed in 1990.
"Jarrah" chalet followed in 1999 as the second large group space.
The Cenin family are pleased to have you as guests on this beautiful property. Walktrail maps will enable you to explore and discover Honeymoon Island, the " Magic Circle", the hill top and ……..Click here> to take a virtual bushwalk