Uluramaya Retreat Cabins

Wamuran, Moreton Bay Area

Indicative Rate * AU$210 to AU$320

Uluramaya Retreat Cabins are 45 minutes to Brisbane Airport and ten minutes to the town of Woodford. Nestled at the top of 50 acres of natural eucalypt forest. Self cater or enjoy gourmet breakfast and dinners provided by your hosts.

The three log cabins and dormitory space have been designed to maximise the light and spectacular views of the heritage listed Glasshouse Mountains. Relax on your own deck and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Australian bush at its finest. With minimal impact on its natural surroundings each open plan cabin is furnished with natural timbers and has a small fully equipped kitchen area, bedroom bathroom with shower and outdoor barbecue. Enjoy a bushwalk through the property to Fern Gully bush shelter or along popular trails in the area, experience a clay pottery lesson with Sue or just sit on your deck and watch the spectacular King Parrots and Rosellas having breakfast in the treetops. A haven for photographers with a visual feast every sunrise. Their aim is to provide an authentic bush experience with emphasis on relaxation and retreat.

A function hall is available for hire - perfect venue for yoga retreats, workshops, intimate weddings or celebrations.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Hiking/Trekking

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
228 McConnell Road
Wamuran, Moreton Bay Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Kookaburra and Jewel  Eco-Log Cabins

Kookaburra and Jewel cabins are one bedroom cabins each have one queen bed with a small sofa bed, bathroom with toilet, shower and vanity, a well equipped kitchen with a two burner gas cooktop and own deck overlooking the mountains with hammocks, an outdoor sink, and barbecue outside each cabin, linen and towels supplied. Hand made soaps fresh fruit basket and bottle of wine included

Enjoy having breakfast in the treetops with magnificent views over the Glasshouse Mountains, you won't find microwaves or televisions in your cabin. Instead experience quiet retreat and abundant birdlife and nature around your cabin.

Gulloo 2 Bedroom Cabin with Mountain Viewing Platform

Gulloo cabin is a two bedroom cabin. Each bedroom has a bathroom and the two areas are divided by a large deck which makes it ideal for families or two couples. The cabin is fully self contained with a well equipped small kitchen area with a two burner gas cooktop and small fridge. Each bathroom has a shower, toilet and vanity. Super comfy queen size beds . All linen and towels supplied. breakfasts and dinner available in the dining room on weekends or delivered to your cabin.

Exceptional views of the mountains from this cabin . The large outdoor viewing platform features an outdoor bath and hammocks . Extras include fresh fruit basket, hand made soaps and bottle of wine.

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