An hour and a half from Brisbane south, travelling through the scenic MacPherson Range, passing majestic Mt Lindesay... entering Woodenbong the first friendly sight that will welcome you is the Woodenbong Hotel. In the heart of Yowie Country, Woodenbong Hotel is a great place to base yourself while experiencing the wonders Woodenbong and district have to offer. Comfortable and affordable accommodation awaits travellers, boasting 14 rooms suiting singles and families with newly renovated bathrooms. Three rooms have private en suites; two bedroom unit with private bathroom sleeps five. Enjoy friendly service, meals and refreshments in the dining room or beer garden with open air or undercover seating. Bistro is open Monday to Wednesday 12 - 2pm and 6pm - 8pm. Food is available all day/evening Thursday to Sunday presented by chef Kevin Lowe. Caters for all functions. Bike groups catered for an overnight stay or a break and a meal.
Woodenbong Camping Ground is a quaint rural camping area which is tended to by volunteers of Woodenbong village. The ground caters for tents, caravans and motorhomes. There is a large undercover area with seating, electric barbecues and sink with preparation benches and clean amenities with hot showers. Grey water dump point available. The campground is set on the edge of Woodenbong, near the creek and adjacent to the swimming pool and has a small playground making it child friendly. The ground is close to local shops, the golf club and town facilities. Pet friendly - dogs are permitted. Mobil Driveway, Unumgar Street, handles the bookings and payments and amenity block keys. Should they be closed, please go to Fay's Take Away, Unumgar Street. There is also a donation box at the grounds as this property is maintained by local resident volunteers.
Relax and unwind in our beautiful rural retreat. Spectacular vistas await you, 14 kilometres of bush walking tracks wind through ancient rainforests to grass tree topped ridges the home to 180 species of birds and abundant wildlife. Two very appealing self- contained cabins.
Set in the quiet rural area of Urbenville, visit and enjoy the peace and quiet. Advance bookings only must be made. The facility is closed the second weekend of each month.
No motorbike riding is allowed.
There are three distinct areas, all unpowered, at this facility with varying grades of camping/facilities. The main area has hot showers, septic, barbecue areas, outside kitchen area, bonfire area at each camp site, wheelie bins and recycle bins. The next area has pit toilet, cold showers (with a wood fired copper for heating water). The third is a nicely grassed area with no amenities, but has access to bins and bonfire areas which is great for motorhomes or those who are self contained.
Levuka Rainforest Recreation Park is family friendly and offers extensive camping grounds with privacy, hot showers, flushing toilets, and all weather access.
Levuka is an environmentally sustainable ing cattle property and is managed to be family friendly. A net of 4WD tracks is available for the enthusiast, graded from medium to challenging (no motorbikes).
You can enjoy bushwalking among the old growth rainforest. There are two waterfalls on two creeks. Dogs like camping too and are welcome. Open all year, Levuka has a low density camping policy, so that even on the busiest weekend you have privacy and a place to yourself on spacious 60 acre camping grounds with no dust problems.
Concrete pathways have been installed to the amenities block, and general upgrading of tracks around the property occurred during late 2009. You can now bring your own canoes, kayaks, and life jackets to enjoy time on the lake.
Within two hours from Brisbane, travelling south through the scenic MacPherson Range, passing majestic Mount Lindesay, Woodenbong Hotel welcomes you.
In the heart of Yowie Country, Woodenbong Hotel is a great place to base while experiencing the wonders the district has to offer. Comfortable and affordable accommodation awaits travellers, boasting 14 rooms suiting singles and families. Three rooms have private en suites and the two bedroom unit with private bathroom sleeps five.
Enjoy friendly service, meals and refreshments in the dining room or beer garden with open air or undercover seating. Food is available seven days 12pm to 2pm, and 6pm to 8pm offering Indian cuisine along with full menu and pizza. Takeaway available. Special requirement meal options available.
Caters for all functions. On premises or your location for parties, engagements, weddings. Bus groups welcome. Bike groups catered for an overnight stay or a break and a meal. Group rates.
A completely private and secluded, self-contained cottage set high in the hills, overlooking a lush grazing valley and forested National Park.
Wallaby Creek is a cattle and forestry property of 500 acres, managed for production, conservation and self-sufficiency. The valley is well-known for its wildlife, especially birdlife and the families of kangaroos and wallabies that graze to the cottage doorstep.
The cottage is comfortably appointed for one or two couples, with two queen size bedrooms. It has a fully equipped kitchen, solar and gas power, a bathroom and two verandas with stunning views. Wood for the glassed-in fireplace and linen are provided.
Dairy Flat is situated in the upper reaches of the Richmond River underneath the superb Mount Lindesay and close to the World Heritage listed Border Ranges National Park.
Enjoy a true family weekend away from the hustle and bustle. Dairy Flat offers you an authentic Australian rural dairy farm experience with plenty of activities for the entire family. Enjoy the farmyard, calf feeding, cow milking, bush walking and bird watching.
After a full day, relax on the homestead veranda, put your feet up with a glass of wine and watch the sunset over the mountains.
All accommodation has full kitchen facilities and either wood stove or pot belly stove for the cold winter nights. Dairy Flat has deliberately not installed television, radio or telephones in the cottages. All you need to bring is your food and linen.
Self-contained accommodation ranges from a one bedroom cottage to the five bedroom homestead....
At the foot of World Heritage listed Mount Clunie Flora Reserve, two comfortable self-contained cabins make the perfect base from which to enjoy an amazing spectacle of sky, mountains and forest.
The timber cabins are gas powered, including the charm of (quiet and bright) gas lighting, sleep six comfortably and feature a generous kitchen, wood combustion fire, star gazing deck and sweeping mountain views.
Like all great holiday destinations, Mount Clunie Cabins can be as active and adventurous or as laid back and lazy as you want. Whether you want a base to explore this section of the scenic rim National Parks, or a tranquil place to catch up on a good book, Mount Clunie is ideal. Renowned for bird and animal watching and spectacular views....
Relax and unwind in this beautiful rural retreat where spectacular vistas await you. 14 kilometres of bush walking tracks wind through ancient rainforests to grass tree topped ridges, the home to 180 species of bird which have been identified, and an abundant assortment of wildlife.
Two very appealing self-contained cabins which can sleep up to six people. The cabins are gas powered, including the charm of gas lighting. They feature a generous kitchen, wood combustion fire, star gazing deck and sweeping mountain views. They are equipped with cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils. Bed linen and towels are provided for the main bedroom only. Being self-contained you need to bring all your own food supplies and personal items.
Don't forget suitable walking boots/shoes and attire and linen for the second bedroom (if necessary). Also pack your camera, binoculars, and good book. No phone, no television, but so much to do.
Country Brushstrokes is a delightful local craft shop with a myriad of local handmade arts and crafts. The shop is a fantastic effort from the community to display such a varied range of goods including: paintings, drawings, photographs, folk art, leatherwork, sewn items, knitted items, jewellery, carved wooden artworks, wrought iron work, mosaics, patchwork quilts, tapestry and cross stitch pieces, crocheting, baby clothes, children's clothes, handmade cards and nifty crafty items too many to describe.
Unusual to find such a hands on variety in any one store.
Also available are Woodenbong Souvenirs. Why not call in and see what treasures you can find...