Mulanah Gardens Bed and Breakfast Cottages

Benair, South Burnett Area

Indicative Rate * AU$120 to AU$165

Award winning Mulanah Gardens Bed and Breakfast Cottages is set in idyllic and well-sculpted gardens within 200 acres of picturesque rural land 18 kilometres outside of Kingaroy, in the heart of South Burnett. The owners and hosts, Lindsay and Rhonda Kath, have created a beautifully landscaped garden, which is the setting for two luxury, well-appointed cottages, where you will be encouraged to relax and pamper yourself.

While staying, you can take advantage of the billiard room, outdoor chess or luxury packages, which include Swedish massage, local produce hampers, or a Honeymoon Indulgence package. Your hosts will even order and collect meals from one of the finest local hotels, so you don't have to leave your cottage. They are able to put a perfect package together for your needs. Just ask!

After an experience - you can also explore the South Burnett, home to natures own Bunya Mountains and two of Queensland's biggest inland waterways, not to mention some of the most scenic agricultural countryside in Queensland.

Facilities

  • 24 hour Reception
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Sauna

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Hiking/Trekking

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
736 Deep Creek Road
Benair, South Burnett Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Banksia

Self-contained kitchen and living area. Separate bathroom with spa, as well as a bedroom with queen size bed and sofa bed. Other facilities include wood fire, air-conditioner, television, DVD player, stereo and gas barbecue on the veranda. Very private and luxury at its best!

Grevillia

Self-contained kitchen and living area. Romantic bedroom setting with wood fire, air-conditioner, television, DVD player and stereo. Queen size bed and spa overlooking panoramic views. You can enjoy these surroundings with the complimentary port, or with an outdoor barbecue in a peaceful setting. Private and luxury at its best!

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Simpson Desert National Park

Birdsville, Diamantina Area
Free Entry
Spanning 1,012,000 hectares in the arid outback, this is Queensland’s largest protected area. Parallel wind-blown sand dunes dominate the striking landscape. Some extend 200 kilometres and reach 90 metres high.

French Line - Simpson Desert

Birdsville, Diamantina Area
Free Entry
The Simpson Desert is undoubtedly Australia's most loved desert with large numbers of visitors each year accepting the challenge of crossing the Simpson. Winter rains carpet the desert in wildflowers and the night skies are a star gazers delight.
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The landscape and scenery on the Winton - Boulia via Diamantina National Park journey will leave you awestruck. A challenging journey, this relatively isolated route will require the driver to be well prepared as there are no fuel or food facilities.

Diamantina National Park Circuit

Bedourie, Diamantina Area
Free Entry
Diamantina National Park has been named one of Australia’s top 10 national parks by the Worldwide Fund for Nature. The drive passes through a variety of landscapes, from the river channels and waterholes on the flood plains, to sand dunes, gibber plains and grasslands.

Birdsville Track

Birdsville, Diamantina Area
Free Entry
An Australian Outback Adventure, the well maintained, unsealed track links Birdsville in Queensland's south-west to Maree in the mid-north of South Australia. The Birdsville Track covers some of Australia's most beautiful and challenging country, passing through the Simpson Desert and Sturt's Stoney Desert.

Diamantina National Park

Bedourie, Diamantina Area
Free Entry
In Diamantina National Park, the mighty Diamantina River, one of Queensland’s longest, cuts braided channels through gibber flats, sand dunes and red-capped ranges. The park supports a large number of rare and threatened plants and animals, including the greater bilby.

Red Sandhills

Windorah, Barcoo Area
Free Entry
The Red Sandhills ten kilometres west of Windorah on the Birdsville Road are the reddest that you will find anywhere. They may not be very high, but they are worth stopping to admire, especially for photographers.

Waddi Trees

Birdsville, Diamantina Area
Free Entry
One of Australia’s rarest plants, the Waddi Trees (Acacia puece) have spiky, needle-like leaves and thick bark. The Waddi tree piqued early explorer William John Wills’ interest, with some samples of the seeds found buried in his diary after his death.

Cuttaburra Crossing

Bedourie, Diamantina Area
Free Entry
Cuttaburra Crossing is a permanent waterhole and a renowned wetland on the Eyre Creek. It is located between Lake Koolivoo and Lake Machattie. Cuttaburra Crossing is home to many species of birdlife.

Big Red

Birdsville, Diamantina Area
Free Entry
Standing at 30 metres in height, this awesome sand dune, Big Red, provides a challenge for any four wheel drive enthusiast. The first of 1113 dunes in the Simpson Desert, the spectacular sunsets from the top of Big Red are an experience not to be missed.
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