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Cedar Glen Farmstay

Beaudesert, Scenic Rim Area

Indicative Rate * AU$295 to AU$495

Cedar Glen has been in the Stephen's family since 1882, and they've been hosting visitors to the farm for over 30 years. Located just 90 minutes from Brisbane or the Gold Coast in the beautiful Lost World Valley, this spectacular 1050 acre property is home to beef cattle, Arabian horses, milking cows, sheep, pigs, kangaroos and poultry.

A real highlight of Cedar Glen is the activities they have to offer. Imagine the kids' excitement as they get to feed the animals twice daily, or try their hand at milking the house cow each morning. Don't miss the opportunity to take a horse ride through some of South East Queensland's most spectacular country - riders of all ages and experience are catered for. You can also learn how to throw a returning boomerang and crack the Australian stock whip while enjoying a cup of billy tea and freshly made damper.

Guests can stay in the original 1901 homestead, or choose one of three historic cottages which have been renovated to maintain the charm and authenticity of a bygone era. All buildings are surrounded by wide verandas perfect for soaking up the country views and self catering or fully-catered packages are available.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Laundry
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Public Telephone

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Horseriding
  • Off Road Driving
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
3338 Kerry Road
Darlington
Beaudesert, Scenic Rim Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

This is the original historic homestead built in 1901. It has large bed rooms with high ceilings and a large open high veranda with spectacular views of the surrounding property.

The Cedar Glen Homestead package includes all meals, accommodation, farm activities, hosted picnics. There are other activities such as horse riding available at an additional cost.

Four bedrooms, two bathrooms and two toilets. Beds consist of both double and single per room.

Minimum four guests, maximum 12 guests.

Wallaby Cottage is a 1900s Cottage relocated to Cedar Glen. It is suitable for fully catered or self catering guests, being fully equipped with cooking and eating facilities. There is accommodation for up to seven people. There is wood combustion heating for the winter, and air-conditioning for the summer and winter. Sheets and towels are provided.

Two bedrooms, one bathroom and a toilet. Beds consist of doubles, singles and bunks.

Minimum two guests, maximum seven guests.

The Dairy Cottage is an historic original Cedar Glen building built for the Dairy managers. It is suitable for fully catered or self catered guests, being fully equipped with cooking and eating facilities. From the open verandah, guests can enjoy spectacular views of the farm and Lamington National Park. There is wood combustion heating for the winter, as well as air-conditioning for the summer and winter. All linen is supplied.

Four bedroom, one bathroom and two toilets. Beds consist of double, single and bunk.

Minimum four guests, maximum 11 guests.

Stinson Cottage is an historic workers cottage positioned with breathtaking views of the Lamington National Park, suitable for fully catered or self catering guests. There is accommodation for up to six people, fully equipped with cooking and eating facilities. There is wood combustion heating for the winter, and fans for the summer. Sheets and towels are provided.

Two bedrooms, one bathroom and a toilet. Beds consist of doubles, singles, and bunks.

Minimum two guests, maximum six guests.

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