Widgy
Tony
Linda
Pink Floyd

Linda & Tony, and their two personable Somali cats
Pink Floyd and Widgy are there to serve your every need.

Widgy
Widgy
Widgy comes from Mozart country and her breeder actually played in Mozart Orchestra.
Tony and Linda went to visit her when she was only 4 weeks old and she finally was dispatched to her first home in Abu Dhabi.
Pink Floyd
Pink Floyd
Pink Floyd comes from Vienna and a trip from Abu Dhabi to meet Pink Floyd resulted in us falling for his antics.
He too came to Australia the long way via Abu Dhabi.
Linda
Linda
Linda grew up in Great Britain, however her parentage is an interesting mix of Russian, French and British. She is a bit of a gypsy and always happy to be clasping a ticket to take her to some exotic or despotic part of the world in pursuit of her dreams or her work. Her field of expertise has been aviation safety so she has travelled far and wide to places like North Korea, Mozambique, Angola and Syria where she has been responsible for operational safety of airline and helicopter operations. Linda arrived on Flinders Island some eleven years ago with her husband Tony to undertake a three month volunteer stint on Deal Island in the Kent group. The deal was done and their first property Palana Beach House was purchased. Next stop was to build a beautiful house next door, in order to do this they lived and worked for seven years in the Middle East.

Linda and Tony are now opening their beautiful home for those discerning clients looking for luxury accommodation and a bit of spoiling.
Tony
Tony
Tony was born in South Gippsland, he was a dairy farmer's son and at sixteen he took himself off to the big smoke and joined the police cadets. Tony remained with the police in Victoria for 32 years. Tony learned to fly at an early age and when the police airwing was formed he flew for them eventuating in him becoming Chief Pilot which he did for 10 years. On leaving this position Tony and Linda went to live and work in the Middle East where he flew some very interesting people around, just ask him and I am sure he will tell you! Finishing up in the 'land of sand' Tony flew FIFO in Thailand and both he and Linda worked for a lovely Thai company in the south of Thailand for two years.

Tony spent a 'gap' year finishing off the house that is now called 'Amanzi' and is now back flying again out of oil rigs in Bass Strait. Tony flies himself across from South Gippsland every few weeks for a week so if you're lucky you will catch him and some of his stories.