How's the serenity?
How's the serenity? Airbnb

'We’re goin' to Bonnie Doon!' and now you can too

IN the iconic Aussie movie The Castle, the Kerrigan's holidayed at Bonnie Doon.

Now you can too! 

You're not dreamin' - the Bonnie Doon holiday house is now available to book through Airbnb.

Located in regional Victoria, guests can make themselves at home in the kitchen to cook up some rissoles or eat sponge cake around the refurbished 60s retro dining table.

Or better yet, head to Lake Eildon and cast a line out in search of trout, redfin or carp and smell the two stroke.

It's just the vibe...
It's just the vibe... Airbnb

Priced from $200 per night, The Castle in Bonnie Doon sleeps up to six guests in the house with an extra room for additional guests in the Pool Room.

It also includes a front verandah with a BBQ and a fireplace where you can sit around with a good mug.

The experience will have you exclaiming "how's the serenity?" and create a memory that will go straight to the pool room.

The Castle in Bonnie Doon Airbnb host Mel said it has been amazing to open up their home to fans of The Castle.

A reminder of mans ability to create power
A reminder of mans ability to create power Airbnb

"We have guests travel from all over to stay with us, while others will often come just to have a look and stop to take photos.

"The movie celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, but fans are still keen to share a slice of Australian film history.

"We continue to get a buzz from the reaction guests have when they visit The Castle in Bonnie Doon, and we can't wait to share it with more people - it's just the vibe of the thing."

News Corp Australia


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