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Wattle Gully Retreat

Witta, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$190 to AU$725

Wattle Gully Retreat is a haven of 50 acres of native bush land and rainforest with a beautiful mountain creek winding through the property. Located in the picturesque Blackall Ranges with the Glasshouse Mountains as its neighbour, this private retreat boasts a beautiful waterfall, cascading rock pools, a bush haven for native animals with wallabies and koalas a regular sighting, and abundant birdlife for the avid birdwatcher.

From couples to small families or large groups, they invite you to enjoy their beautiful property. Misty mountain mornings are stirred by the morning calls of the local bird life. Spirals of smoke rise from the chimneys on cold winter mornings. Enjoy a beautiful rainforest walk or relax with a picnic beside the rock pools along the mountain creek. For a farmstay experience there are animal feeding and other activities. Fishing in the creek makes for a relaxing afternoon. You can enjoy privacy at your cabins or join in the activities - the choice is yours.

They are pet friendly.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities

Activities

  • Birdwatching
158 Ansell Road
Witta, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Farmhouse

The Farmhouse is a large two-storey country home with six large bedrooms, surrounded by wide verandahs offering beautiful views over the property. Accommodating up to 14 guests, the Farmhouse is a perfect getaway for large groups, wedding accommodation, family reunions and a comfortable senior's getaway. Self-contained with a large fully-equipped kitchen, two bathrooms, a laundry with washer and dryer, two lounge areas, satellite television, DVD/compact disc players, log fireplace, barbecue facilities, indoor and outdoor dining areas. All linen, towels and blankets provided.

Beechtree Cabin

Beechtree Cabin is a two-bedroom cabin with spacious verandahs where you can overlook the goats and alpacas at play, enjoy visits from local birds, and take in panoramic views of the bush in front of you. Accommodating up to five guests, Beechtree Cabin is perfect for small families or a pair of couples. Self-contained with a fully-equipped kitchen, private bathroom, washing machine, lounge area, satellite television, DVD/compact disc player, log fireplace, barbecue facilities, indoor and outdoor dining areas. All linen, towels and blankets provided.

Rosegum Cottage

Rosegum Cottage is a cosy studio-style cottage located on its own ridge surrounded by native bush for privacy. Visiting birdlife and wallabies are your only intruders. Accommodating up to three guests, Rosegum Cottage is suitable for couples or a family with a small child. Self-contained with a fully-equipped kitchenette, private bathroom, lounge area, satellite television, DVD/compact disc player, log fireplace, barbecue facilities, indoor and outdoor dining areas. All linen, towels and blankets provided.

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