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Amamoor Lodge

368 Kandanga-Amamoor Road, Amamoor QLD 4570

Amamoor lodge offers two types of boutique accommodation experiences in the picturesque Mary Valley near Gympie on the Sunshine Coast. Bed and breakfast accommodation with a touch of luxury, and studio apartment accommodation is offered for guests requiring a comfortable bed for the night in quiet, peaceful surroundings with self catering facilities. Corporate rates available.

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Lagoon Pocket Bed & Breakfast

57 Lagoon Pocket Rd , Lagoon Pocket QLD 4570
Set in the magical Mary Valley, Lagoon Pocket Bed & Breakfast is a great combination of luxury, peace, adventure and convenience. We are just a short drive from the Bruce highway and only 40mins to Noosa. Feed the chooks, talk to our friendly cows or watch wallabies, scrub turkeys and the huge variety of birds. Ride the Mary Valley Rattler Steam Train. Walk in the Amamoor State Forest. Visit wineries and cheese makers or for something a bit more active, try horse riding, gliding, golf, canoeing or fishing. Or do nothing at all, it is up to you

Mary River Festival

Kandanga Amamoor Road, Kandanga QLD 4570
The Mary River Festival, held each year in Kandanga in early November has acquired a reputation of being one of the friendliest, most laid back festivals you'd find, with a great mix of top music, art, kid's activities and much much more. This festival runs on a not for profit basis with an incredibly lean budget, through the generous involvement of local community groups, as well as a number of individuals, and enjoys wonderful support from musicians and participants. As well as the sense of community though, what really powers this festival is the exuberance unleashed in 2009, after Peter Garrett gave the federal thumbs-down on the Traveston Crossing Dam proposal. It was that enormous relief and the grabbing in both hands of the ongoing environmental stewardship of the Mary River that runs through every part of this festival. ...