Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat

Tallebudgera Valley, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$980 to AU$6580

Experience Gwinganna Lifestyle Retreat, Australia’s multi award winning wellness destination. Set on over 200 hectares of Queensland hinterland this exclusive retreat environment will help you restore balance with innovative programs from 2 to 7 days. EcoTourism certified, the retreat features extensive facilities, a range of activities, delicious organic cuisine and the stunning Spa Sanctuary, the largest in the Southern Hemisphere. Accommodation choices include premium villas and Meditation Suites.

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Communal Lounge
  • Gymnasium
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Swimming
192 Syndicate Road
Tallebudgera Valley, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

There are various options in this room category and all feature ensuite, air conditioning and fans and are close to the central facilities. Each of the Heritage Houses is unique and has been brought to Gwinganna piece by piece from various locations or built on site in the original Queenslander style.

Built from beautiful Australian reclaimed timbers with soaring ceilings, natural stone bathrooms, timber floors and spacious verandahs, the Orchard Suites are nestled into Gwinganna’s orchard. Choices include a deluxe studio with ensuite featuring a verandah and sitting area, or a two bedroom suite with two bathrooms, shared relaxation lounge and verandah. These rooms are aptly named the Valencia, Mulberry, Olive, Macadamia and Lychee Suites.

The Villas

Boorabee Villas
Tucked away in the mountain scape surrounded by native plants and trees creating the ultimate space to rest. Contemporary in style with light filled spaces to relax, the open plan villas feature a large deck with serene outlook and private plunge pool. Feel a million miles away in your retreat within a retreat.

Moonarie Villas
Perched on the edge of a ridge with spectacular ocean and valley views, the Moonarie Villas give you more comfort and privacy to create the ultimate escape. Exclusive features such as a private deck and plunge pool, plus sole use of a buggy further enhance your Gwinganna experience.

Billabong Villas
Two large serene villas built from Australian reclaimed timbers using rich, warm colours that make the most of the natural beauty of the surrounding environment. Cantilevered over a secluded billabong the split level villas are easily accessible from the main facilities and feature a private steam room, outdoor deck and deep bath.

Meditation Suites

Within Gwinganna’s orchard lie three premium Meditation Suites, custom designed to help you focus on mindfulness. With soft colours, a spacious open plan design and plenty of natural light the suites have a serene outlook and enhancements for meditation and yoga practice in your private oasis. Ideal for solo travellers or to share as a couple.

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