Alongside the Australian cost, locate a truly 150-acre architecture marvel - a house from the movies, The Headland House at Dovecote. The stunning cliffside mansion has used for the film The Invisible Man, based on an 1897 novel by H.G. Wells. The Headland House has a residence for Adrian Griffin and where the crazy scientist dedicates his time to torment Elisabeth Moss in the Dark Universe. In reality, this modern and well-designed structure is an ideal haven from escaping reality. The retreat has a four-bedroom, four-bathroom interior that blends with the luxury furnishing, mineral pool, fire pit, and sturdy landscape view. From the residence, there is a short walk through private access to Werri Beach. If you are looking to feel adventurous and put yourself in the middle of the film, you can book from Airbnb for $3,450 per night.