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Eungella Chalet

Eungella, Mackay Area

Indicative Rate * AU$90 to AU$160

Come and relax in the newly refurbished Eungella Chalet. They have a fresh new look. The outdoor eating area is enclosed so you can take in the Pioneer Valley Views. You can enjoy the fireplace for the cold evenings and the cool mountain breezes in the summer months.

Restaurant opens from 8am for breakfast, lunch, dinner, Devonshire Tea, coffee and high tea, licensed bar and all day snacks.

They have one and two bedroom fully self contained air conditioned cabins with fireplace, television, front verandah to sit back and take in the beautiful views. Air conditioned queen en-suite rooms are also in The Chalet.

With close access to National park walking tracks. A scenic 80 kilometre drive through the Pioneer Valley on sealed road to the top of the Clark Range. 5 kilometre drive to view the Platypus at Broken River situated in the Eungella National Park. Built as a guest house for people requiring clear mountain air, The Eungella Chalet has been a landmark in the local area for decades.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Restaurant - Licensed

Activities

  • Birdwatching

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
2 Chelmer Street
Eungella, Mackay Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

1 Bedroom Cabin

They have one bedroom fully self contained air conditioned cabins with fireplace, television, front verandah to sit back and take in the beautiful views of the Pioneer Valley and surrounding mountains.

2 Bedroom Cabin

They have one and two bedroom fully self contained air conditioned cabins with fireplace, television, front verandah to sit back and take in the beautiful views of the Pioneer Valley and surrounding mountains.

Queen En-suite Rooms

The Eungella Chalet was built in 1934. If you wish to stay in the charming old building itself and step back in time, they have three queen en-suite rooms available. These rooms were rebuilt after Cyclone Uliu in 2010. The rooms are situated upstairs in The Chalet. They contain a queen bed as well as a television, tea and coffee making facilities, small fridge, air conditioning, ceiling fan, heater, shower and toilet. All linen is included.

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