Myer House on Bithry Inlet, in the pristine Mimosa Rocks National Park, was constructed in the 1970s and was used by the Myer and Grounds families as a holiday residence. It is a homestead-like house externally but internally the symmetrical plan and baronial scale of the main living space give the house an unexpected simple elegance and grandeur. This is amplified internally by the sheer surface of the stained Victorian ash veneer wall panels which are the same as those used by Sir Roy Grounds to line the walls of the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne one of his other well known architectural feats.
The property was gifted to the community to be managed by National Parks & Wildlife Services by the Myer and Grounds families. The property is available to rent throughout the year.