Olivia Newton-John – Neighbouring but fully private suite

Neighbouring but fully private suite consists of a large living room, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and additional meeting room, a total of four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Just 40 minutes from Byron Bay, the property is a mixture of soft herbs and green lawns with panoramic views, tropical forests with natural waterfalls, two dams, a lake and a creek that runs through the entire property. The property consists of a three-room main apartment, one-bedroom apartment with four en-suite bedrooms, a double garage and a tennis court. Olivia bought her farm in the early eighties, after her role in 1978 in the movie “Grease”, which turned her into a superstar. The house has pine wood floors, structured entrance walls with shells and stones from local beaches and a large dining room, designed as a meeting place for friends and family. Several outdoor terraces and terraces, including a large pier by the lake, invite you to live outdoors and enjoy the sunset. Olivia and her husband John Easterling, 70 years old, living in Florida, stay at Gaia Retreat & Spa, which she is a co-owner of. Over the years, Newton-John has planted more than 5,000 trees that expand the rich wildlife habitat. The house, located on a hill, was renovated in 2002 in French rustic style. It was an her Australian holiday, where “she”, in the silence of the rainforest, recharged her batteries and took a dominant position on the ground. The property borders the Victoria National Park and forms the border.

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