Houseboat Holidays has been in
operation on the Walpole-Nornalup Inlet System since 1984.
The Pernich family have been running
the business since
and are a fountain of information about the local area, the history,
the geography and the people. They and their family
before them have lived and holidayed in the region for generations.
Jeff & Rob love to fish in their spare time and should be able to provide
you with all the latest about 'what's biting'
in the inlet.
A few years ago Jeff & Pam decided to
retire and Rob & Louise have taken on the day to day running of the
business, but you will still see Jeff & Pam around most days as they still
like to be involved, help out and catch up with old friends. Unless of
course, they've gone off traveling on holidays of their own.
Houseboat Holiday's aims to
provide a holiday experience that is both magic and memorable. The
Houseboats are designed and maintained to provide a living environment that
provides both elements of the experience. As a testament to their
success, many families return year after year to enjoy the beauty and
tranquility of the area aboard some of the most comfortably appointed
houseboats in Western Australia.
Excerpts from Cruise-Away Diaries:
people running a venture who deserve ongoing success.
Good old fashioned hospitality, friendliness & desire to see their guests
enjoy every moment of their memorable time in Walpole-Nornalup."
Wills & Briggs family from
Busselton & Clifton Park
"We have had a
very memorable holiday here on the inlet.
What a wonderful & beautiful place you have here.
To Pam, Jeff & Rob, thankyou for the fantastic service you
provided for us. You can be really proud of your venture here.
To be able to spend 5 days without the kids mentioning
'We're bored' has been great."
The Van Meekeren Family
couldn't be more efficient or pleasant - and how about
Super Rob!! Able to re-build outboards, leap...dinghy's
in a single bound...Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No it's...Super Rob!
In case it isn't obvious, we have had (another) great holiday.
Back again next year.