South House

The striking feature of this sun-filled house is its proximity to the forest. Views of greenery and native trees in both the bedrooms and the living spaces are accentuated by the high ceilings and open plan layout. The timber and stainless steel kitchen has large sliding doors, which, when opened to the private timber deck, contribute to this “inside/outside” feel. The walls are filled with art including a 60 piece framed installation by Tine Holscher of Denmark, which adds a dramatic backdrop to an Ib Geertsen standing sculpture (itself inspiring the design of the quirky orange island bench in the open plan kitchen).

One bedroom has an indoor/outdoor bathroom with a copper bath surrounded by a wall of palms.

The other bedroom is adjacent to the main building and is accessed through a breezeway. It looks onto another very large courtyard with comfortable outdoor seating.

The design of this house will excite guests whether they be a group of friends, a family, or a couple.


  • Highlight windows and a large operable skylight allow sun throughout the day and star gazing at night
  • Diverse collection of mid-century furniture
  • Fully appointed kitchen with quality appliances and artisan tools
  • A fridge provisioned with island-grown food and a separate bar stocked with a selection of wines, sake, spirits and beer
  • Library covering a wide range of subjects including the fine and applied arts, biographies, design, cooking, and novels with an island theme
  • Wolf barbeque
  • Loewe television with Foxtel and Netflix (available on request)
  • Gryphon audiophile-quality sound system
  • A selection of board games, puzzles, and cards
  • Outdoor copper bath
  • Cheminee fireplace for cosy winter nights


South House features high ceilings and an open plan layout.


Sourced predominantly from Denmark, the furniture in South House features design by Hans Wegner, Poul Kjearholm, Arne Jacobsen, Fabricius & Kastholm and comfortable seating from Eilersen.

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South house offers Gryphon “Tabu” integrated amplifier driving a pair of Boenicke W5 speakers. These remarkable speakers while small in stature provide a magnificent ‘sound stage’ with great clarity and bass consistent with a much larger unit.


South House features a dramatic 60 work installation filling the eastern wall of the living room. Tine Holscher is a UK born, Danish artist who studied at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art in Copenhagen.

South House has a steel painted sculpture by Danish artist Ib Geertsen as well as a number of his works on paper in the courtyard bedroom.

A dramatic yellow painting by accomplished senior aboriginal artist Regina Pilawuk Wilson hangs above the stairs to the eastern bedroom.

Katjarra Butler has a painted a colourful work that looks over the Living area. 

Regional produce and artisanal drinks

The kitchen is stocked with fresh island-grown produce from our sister business “The Nursery”, as well as island-caught fish, regional produce from coastal butchers and delicatessens. The bar offers a wide variety of Australian and Japanese spirits, new and old world wines as well as pre-batched cocktails and cold beer.


+61 401 791 756

Island House, 92 Anderson Road, Lord Howe Island, NSW, 2898, Australia