Accommodation Miriwinni - Accommodation Gold Coast

ACCOMMODATION MIRIWINNI QLD

Welcome to Accommodation Gold Coast

Gold Coast, we offer superb holiday accommodation with our professional team at Gold Coast, locate your accommodation provider today from our extensive range of listings.

 

Please click on a link below for our services

Babinda Motel Logo and Images

Babinda Motel

69- 73 Howard Kennedy Drv, Babinda QLD 4861
The Babinda State Hotel is a beautifully restored, federation hotel which was built in 1917 by the Queensland Government. The Hotel is situated 60 kilometres south of Cairns and Cairns International Airport. It is right in the heart of tropical north Queensland's rainforest, only minutes from the famous boulders, and a short trip to beautiful beaches, the Great Barrier Reef and coral islands. The Babinda State Hotel retains the charm and character of a bygone era and is listed by the Queensland Heritage Trust. The hotel offers guests a range of accommodation from dormitory to motel style rooms with ensuites. Wide colonial verandas afford a unique view of the rainforest and the highest mountain range in Queensland. The Babinda State Hotel offers every modern convenience with the personal and friendly hospitality for which North Queensland is renowned.

Babinda Motel

69- 73 Howard Kennedy Drv, Babinda QLD 4861
The Babinda State Hotel is a beautifully restored, federation hotel which was built in 1917 by the Queensland Government. The Hotel is situated 60 kilometres south of Cairns and Cairns International Airport. It is right in the heart of tropical north Queensland's rainforest, only minutes from the famous boulders, and a short trip to beautiful beaches, the Great Barrier Reef and coral islands. The Babinda State Hotel retains the charm and character of a bygone era and is listed by the Queensland Heritage Trust. The hotel offers guests a range of accommodation from dormitory to motel style rooms with ensuites. Wide colonial verandas afford a unique view of the rainforest and the highest mountain range in Queensland. The Babinda State Hotel offers every modern convenience with the personal and friendly hospitality for which North Queensland is renowned.

Josephine Falls Walking Track

Wooroonooran National Park, Babinda QLD 4861
Watch spectacular Josephine Falls tumbling over giant granite boulders on this short walk through the lush tropical rainforest of Wooroonooran National Park, 75 kilometres south of Cairns. The Falls are part of Josephine Creek which flows from Bartle Frere, Queensland's highest mountain. You can access Josephine Falls by turning off the Bruce Highway 2 kilometres south of Mirriwinni and driving 8 kilometres to Josephine Falls. From the car park it is a 15 minute walk along the boardwalk to platforms where you get an excellent view of the Falls. Wheelchair access is available to the viewing platform at the top pool and stairs lead to the bottom pool. Join the locals for a dip in the icy cold waters of the bottom pool and warm up on the massive granite boulders after your swim. Always check the weather conditions as rain on the mountains can cause flash flooding, making this area unsafe for swimming. ...

Josephine Falls, Wooroonooran National Park

Josephine Falls Road, Bartle Frere QLD 4861
Josephine Falls, a scenic section of Wooroonooran National Park, features a scenic waterfall fed by rains falling on Queensland's highest peak, Bartle Frere, which looms above this popular picnic area. Josephine Creek starts as a trickle high on the south-east side of the summit of Bartle Frere and ends as a substantial creek flowing into the Russell River. Approximately 7.5 kilometres from the summit of Bartle Frere, the waters of Josephine Creek tumble over granite boulders, forming the picturesque Josephine Falls. Wander along the walking track through lush tropical rainforest to viewing decks overlooking Josephine Creek and falls. From here, enjoy excellent views and opportunities for photography. Do not enter the restricted access area around the top of the falls. Serious injuries and deaths have occurred here. Penalties apply. Flash flooding (rapidly rising water) is common during wetter months. Rapid and unpredictable water level rises have isolated people on the far bank requiring their rescue. The rocks are also exceptionally slippery, the water cold and submerged objects may be in the creek. Never jump or dive into the water and take care around steep slopes and rock faces along the track and at the lookout....