Melawondi Spring Retreat

Imbil, Gympie Area

Indicative Rate * AU$180 to AU$350

Melawondi Spring Retreat is the perfect getaway nestled on 30 acres of natural bushland situated in the Mary Valley less than two hours from Brisbane.

From the moment you arrive at Melawondi Spring Retreat, you will feel a sense of serenity and tranquility within a relaxing atmosphere.

There is a choice of two types of accommodation - Luxury Studio or Spring View Cabin. There is one of each type of accommodation and they are both located in different parts of the property to ensure your total privacy and seclusion. No need to check in. Just drive up to your private studio or cabin, relax and enjoy. After arrival simply admire the beautiful and natural surroundings, help yourself to the delicious home cooked goodies and other 'special extras' awaiting your arrival. Full breakfast provisions included in tariff plus complimentary bottle of champagne and seasonal platter on arrival (unless otherwise stated).

With the lush natural environment the retreat ensures guests pure relaxation, comfort and style!

Melawondi Spring Retreat is now offering cooking classes showcasing the best and freshest regional produce supporting local farmers and producers! You can find further details at their website.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Hiking/Trekking

Our Rooms

Luxury Studio

The Luxury Studio at Melawondi Spring Retreat is of a contemporary design with raked ceilings and modern furnishings. Luxury features in the studio include freestanding double spa, double walk through rain shower, King size bed, full kitchen facilities plus many modern contemporary features to ensure guests receive pure relaxation and ultimate privacy during their stay.

Spring View Cabin

The comfortable Spring View Cabin overlooks the spring dam located within 30 acres of natural bushland. The cabin features a Queen bed, external private shower and bathroom facilities (approximately 20 metres from cabin) and plenty of luxuries to ensure relaxation and ultimate privacy. The Spring View cabin is suitable for one couple. With the Mary Valley, Noosa and other areas of the Sunshine Coast at your doorstep, Melawondi Spring Retreat is the perfect romantic escape or just to simply to relax and unwind!

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