Coolabine Ridge Eco Sanctuary

Mapleton, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$195 to AU$495

Coolabine Ridge is an exclusive hideaway estate bordering the Mapleton National Park in the hinterland of the Sunshine Coast. It offers you three studio style self-contained forest cottages with barbecues, a Lighthouse Lodge with three ensuite bathrooms with claw foot baths and fully equipped kitchen, and the Valley View Suite all with superb views overlooking the Obi Valley.

All rooms have reverse cycle air-conditioning, There is a tennis court, mountain bike trails, and walking tracks throughout the estate. Why not bring a fishing rod and try your luck in their fully stocked dams, or wander through the fruit orchard to see what is in season. Coolabine Ridge is a haven for avid birdwatchers with quiet areas where you can just relax and soak up the sounds of nature.

Coolabine Ridge is just metres from the entrance to the Great Walks of Queensland, and offers an open air pavilion with a pit fire and barbecue for your special event. Why not book the whole property and enjoy your own piece of paradise.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Outdoor furniture

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Cycling
  • Hiking/Trekking

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
885 Delicia Road
Mapleton, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Lavender Cottage offers a queen size bed, reverse cycle air-conditioning, refrigerator, crockery and cutlery, filtered water, electric fry pan, barbecue, television, DVD player, CD ipod system, table and chairs perfect for breakfast, and superb views.

Lighthouse Lodge

The beautiful Lighthouse Lodge accommodates up to four couples, and is fully self-contained with commanding views over the valley.

Coolabine Ridge Eco-Sanctuary consists of three spacious pine-wood cottages set in their own private garden setting. Each cottage is tastefully appointed throughout, and includes coffee and tea making facilities, microwave, bar-fridge, toaster, reverse cycle air-conditioning, filtered water cooler, television, CD i-pod player, hair-dryer, as well as private veranda with barbecue facilities.

Coolabine Ridge Eco-Sanctuary consists of three spacious pine-wood cottages set in their own private garden setting. Each cottage is tastefully appointed throughout, and includes coffee and tea making facilities, microwave, bar-fridge, toaster, reverse cycle air-conditioning, filtered water cooler, television, CD i-pod player, hair-dryer, as well as private veranda with barbecue facilities.

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Wooroolin Wetland

Wooroolin, South Burnett Area
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The Wooroolin Wetland is located at the township of Wooroolin, 16 kilometres north of Kingaroy along the Bunya Highway. Wooroolin Wetlands was declared a fauna sanctuary in 1973, now classified as a palustrine wetland, a non-tidal, inland, seasonally flooded, vegetated swamp.

Nanango Fauna Reserve

Nanango, South Burnett Area
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The Nanango Fauna Reserve offers many different environments of seasonal waterholes, eucalypt woodland, acacia scrub, and dry vine scrub. It is a birdwatcher's delight with a variety of birds to be found including the Yellow-Faced Honeyeater, Australian Darter, Varied Sittella, Nankeen Night Heron, and Little Black and Little Pied Cormorant.

Benarkin State Forest Park

Benarkin, South Burnett Area
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Benarkin State Forest on the Blackbutt Range is a great spot to picnic, fish, spot platypus or hike or ride on forest trails. From the D'Aguilar Highway an unsealed 16 kilometre scenic forest drive leads through rainforest, hoop pine plantations and eucalypt forests containing blackbutt, tallowwood, white mahogany, gums and ironbarks to small flats beside the inviting waters of Emu Creek.

Bunya Mountains National Park

Bunya Mountains, South Burnett Area
Free Entry
The Bunya Mountains National Park is perched 1100 metres high and 200 kilometres north-west of Brisbane and considered Queensland's second-oldest national park being gazetted in 1908. It's there ancient rainforest-clad peaks stand tall and shelter the world's largest formation of bunya pines (Araucaria bidwillii) - once a popular meeting place for Aboriginal folk to gather nuts in the 1800s.

Boat Mountain Regional Park

Murgon, South Burnett Area
Free Entry
This distinctive flat-topped ridge, shaped like an upturned boat, is a landmark near Murgon. Rising to a height of 589 metres, Boat Mountain is covered in dry rainforest with areas of open eucalypt forest.

Jimna State Forest

Jimna, Somerset Area
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Jimna State Forest has had a colourful history of gold mining and timber milling. The last flurry of mining, in the 1940s, yielded 2.8 kilograms of gold. Attractions include creeks, log bridges and wildlife including platypus and many species of birds.

Gordonbrook Dam

Kingaroy, South Burnett Area
Free Entry
The Dam is the sole source of water supply for Kingaroy; it was built in 1941 to provide water for the Royal Australian Air Force Training Base during WWII. In 1987 due to increased demand the dam wall was raised and the inundated area is now 229 hectares.

Coomba Falls

Maidenwell, South Burnett Area
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Coomba Falls, at Maidenwell, is an exceptionally beautiful place, featuring a deep natural swimming hole and striking granite cliffs. The water is icy most of the year, so it's the ideal site to cool down on a hot day.

Coral Gardens Dive Site Mooloolaba

Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast Area
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Located on the Inner Gneerings off Mooloolaba, the Coral Gardens are like a small section of the Great Barrier Reef on the Sunshine Coast. Lovely hard and soft corals rule this reef in depths from 10 to 15 metres, with the site topography dominated by a series of gutters.

Lake Boondooma

Proston, South Burnett Area
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Peaceful Lake Boondooma is paradise for anglers, campers, bird watchers and water sports enthusiasts. The 1,900 hectare dam was purpose-built across the Boyne River in 1983 to provide a water supply to the Tarong Power Station.
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