Flat Rock was a small village established in the early 1900s around the development of the Flat Rock timber mill. It consisted of the sawmill, a school and a few houses and was located near the corner of Brooman and Woodburn Roads.
Small villages, such as Flat Rock, would develop and disappear in response to the mill's movement.
A: Flat Rock
Williworld was the name given to our family home, over 20 years ago, by a lovely couple, Phil and Julie-Anne Herford, who believed visiting the Williams house was like visiting a whole 'nother world...
Williworld, sometimes referred to as Williworld Eco-Resort, is 2 km from where the Flat Rock village used to be, around 25 minutes from Milton or Ulladulla, and is surrounded by the Flat Rock and Brooman State Forests.
Here are a few more pictures of Williworld:
|The view from... the outhouse (note Pigeon House bottom left)|
|Looking back to the house from across the dam|
|Looking out from the back verandah|
|Home of the bread, coffee and all things delicious|
|What happens when Williworld has a party... thanks to our very own pyro|