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Explorers' Haven

32 North Street, Eungella QLD 4757

Spectacularly located 2400ft above sea level on the mountain’s edge, in the Mackay Hinterland; Explorers’ Haven is a relaxing place travelers stay so as to: explore the flora and fauna of Eungella National Park, then unwind and appreciate the magnificent views of the Pioneer Valley.

Explorers’ Haven is a self registration, cash preferred park. We ask you to choose your own site on arrival and fill out a self registration envelope.

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Eungella Mountain Edge Escape

North Street, Eungella QLD 4757

Mountain Edge Escape is located amidst a cover of lush rainforest and provides a magnificent setting for a secluded escape. Our self-contained cabins are perfect for families, honeymooners or those simply seeking a tranquil get-away from it all.

Steeped in natural splendour, a misty veil hugs the untouched mountains and peaceful forests of Eungella National Park. Home to over 227 species of birds, the local flora and fauna will delight as you stroll through the spectacular and secluded beauty of Eungella and the Pioneer Valley. Explore the 52,000 hectares of rainforest or soak up the breathtaking views from the comfort of your cabin.

Eungella Mountain Edge

0 North, Eungella QLD 4757
Eungella Mountain Edge Escape is a small privately owned establishment, perched high in the Clarke Mountain Ranges, just 80 km West of Mackay, Queensland, Australia (travel by sealed road). Situated 2,400 feet above sea level, the views overlooking the Pioneer Valley are absolutely breathtaking! Our 1 & 2 bedroom self contained holiday accommodation cabins are perfect for a romantic weekend, family holiday, or simply for those seeking a quiet and relaxing getaway. Close proximity to Eungella National Park, Hotel, restaurants, store, cafe, rainforest walking trails, Platypus observation area, bird watching, look-outs and camping. All self contained holiday accommodation cabins feature reverse cycle air-conditioning, ceiling fans, private balcony with views and covered carport. Reasonable rates. One bedroom cabins start from only $ 120.00 (single/double). Disabled facilities available in family cabin. Explorers can experience over 20 km of majestic sub-tropical rainforest walking trails. A variety of short walks are available, catering to all fitness levels. For the more serious and adventurous hiker, the Mackay Highlands Great Walk offers a 5 day trek. With over 227 recorded bird species, including the Eungella Honeyeater (endemic to Eungella), Eungella National Park is a haven for bird lovers! Eungella Dam is perfect for the fishing, camping and boating enthusiast (fishing permit required).The freshwater dam is stocked with Sooty Grunter, Barramundi, Saratoga and Sleepu cod. Fishing permits can be purchased from most boat & tackle stores, or Melba house, Marian. Eungella Dam is located approximately 30km from Eungella township (travel along partially sealed and unsealed road). 1.5 hour drive to Coalfields and 2 hrs to Whitsundays and Airlie Beach. Enquiries welcome or visit our web site for further information.
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Broken River Mountain Resort

Eungella Dam Road, Eungella QLD 4757
Spend the night with a platypus. Broken River Mountain Resort is an Eco-tourism establishment based at Eungella National Park in the hinterland of the Whitsundays and about 85 kilometres west from Mackay and is accessible on a sealed road. They aim to provide clean, comfortable accommodation and excellent meals for you whether you are seeking an unforgettable nature based experience or just to relax and rejuvenate in the mountains. The Resort also offers an up to date conference facility for groups of up to 50. The property is located on a riverbank overlooking a significant platypus habitat and is surrounded by pristine sub tropical rainforest. Accommodation is provided in self contained lodges featuring timber construction and equipped with all the creature comforts most of us have come to expect. The theme continues to the main lodge and restaurant where the emphasis is on uncomplicated dining in a tranquil atmosphere....
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Explorers' Haven Eungella Edge

32 North Street, Eungella QLD 4757
Spectacularly located on the edge of the Clarke range, Explorers' Haven offers relaxing accommodation with magnificent views over Eungella National Park and the Pioneer Valley. This unique, secluded, little park, formerly known as Eungella Holiday Park also offers grassed, powered and unpowered caravan and camping sites which also have breathtaking views of the valley below. Eungella is approximately 85 kilometres inland from Mackay, at the top of the range and 686 metres above sea level. The property borders on the lush rainforest of the Eungella National Park and is 500 metres from the first walking track which is part of the Mackay Hinterland Great Walks. The park is five kilometres from the platypus viewing platform at Broken River which is home to a sizeable platypus population. Explorers' Haven is ideally located to access the rainforest scenery of Eungella National Park and is a short drive from Mt Dalrymple, Queensland's second highest mountain at 1280 metres above sea level.
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Eungella Chalet

2 Chelmer Street, Eungella QLD 4757
Come and relax in the newly refurbished Eungella Chalet. The outdoor eating area is enclosed so you can take in the beautiful view of the Pioneer Valley below. You can enjoy the fireplace for the cold evenings and the cool mountain breezes in the summer months. Their Restaurant opens from 8 am for breakfast, 12 noon for lunch, 6 pm for dinner. Snacks between meals, scones, coffee and a variety of teas are available all day. Their licensed bar is open from 10 am. They have one and two bedroom fully self contained air conditioned cabins with fireplace, television, front verandah to sit back and take in the beautiful views. Air conditioned queen en-suite rooms are also in The Chalet. The start of the Great Walk Trail is only a short walk from The Chalet. Take the scenic 80 kilometre drive from Mackay through the Pioneer Valley on sealed road to the top of the Clark Range. It is a 5 kilometre drive to view the Platypus at Broken River situated in the Eungella National Park. Built as a guest house for people requiring clear mountain air, The Eungella Chalet has been a landmark in the local area for decades....

Pine Grove Circuit

Eungella National Park, Eungella QLD 4757
Pine Grove Circuit track is located within the Eungella National Park and is part of the Mackay Highlands Great Walk. High above the surrounding plains, this mist-shrouded and forest-clad mountain refuge is one of Queensland's most ecologically diverse parks with 860 plant species and a wonderful variety of wildlife. The Pine Grove Circuit is in the Clark Range-Broken River area and is a 1.6 kilometre return track of a moderate grade. It is a fairly level circuit suitable for most visitors. Walk in the rainforest shade and catch glimpses of the Pioneer Valley through tall trees. Allow one hour to complete this walk. ...

Platypus Viewing at Broken River

Eungella Dam Road, Eungella QLD 4757
Eungella National Park, approximately a one hour drive west of Mackay, is home to one of the most reliable spots in Australia to spot the elusive platypus - in the wild! From the viewing decks at Broken River, spot this shy creature in it's natural habitat, as well as turtles and other wildlife in this beautiful National Park. The best times to see this special monotreme are at dawn or dusk. The Broken River bridge also provides an excellent vantage point to see platypus swimming in the river below. Platypus are quite shy, so remain as still and as quiet as possible to increase your chances of seeing one. Keep an eye out for air bubbles, as the platypus feeds from the bottom, but surfaces to chew its food and breathe. There are 22 kilometres of walking trails in Eungella, as well as accommodation, restaurants and cafes. Try to spot a platypus if you can! ...

Pioneer Valley, The

Mackay Eungella Road, Eungella QLD 4757
A wonderland of waterfalls, lush flora and volcanic boulder formations contrast against a tapestry of sugar cane fields as you head through The Pioneer Valley and Eungella National Park. Apart from being one of the richest sugar cane growing areas in Australia, this valley is by far one of the most picturesque in Australia, encompassing many rural townships where warm hospitality and delicious food can be enjoyed. Small towns to stop in along the way include Marian, Mirani, Pinnacle, Finch Hatton and finally, Eungella. Marian, the gateway to the valley, is home to the region's largest sugar mill. Call into Melba House, a historic house and accredited Visitor Information Centre situated on the banks of the Pioneer River, to discover the marital house of famous Australian opera singer Dame Nellie Melba. A trip to Finch Hatton Gorge is a must-do. Walk the well formed tracks to Araluen Cascades and the Wheel of Fire Waterfalls and swim in clear rock pools as water cascades from above. Also available here is zip lining over rainforest canopy and scuba diving in platypus waters. Explore the Pioneer Valley via self-drive or with a guided tour. ...
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Eungella National Park Camping Ground

Eungella National Park, Eungella QLD 4757
The park protects many unusual plants and animals, including the Eungella dayfrog, Mackay tulip oak, Eungella spiny cray and Eungella honeyeater. This isolated mountain refuge lies close to the boundary between subtropical and tropical rainforests and supports species from both vegetation types. Much of the park is remote and inaccessible, and is dissected by gorges. Rainforest dominates the area, but open eucalypt woodland grows on Dick's Tableland in the rugged north-western part of the park. Flowering bottlebrushes and tall river she-oaks line the meandering Broken River - home to platypus. Fern Flat camping area is on the western side of the Broken River picnic area (about 600 metres away). It is a shady spot in tranquil rainforest with a toilet, tent sites, and water provided (treat all water before drinking). The Broken River picnic area itself has information, picnic tables and barbecues. It is a five kilometre drive from Eungella township. Broken River bush camp is set amongst natural bushland adjacent to Broken River. Camping permits are required and fees apply....