Secrets on the Lake

North Maleny, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$210 to AU$485

Secrets on Lake Baroon is extremely beautiful, intimate accommodation for couples, with 10 treehouses nestled high in the rainforest in the Sunshine Coast lush hinterland on 45 acres of rainforest, right on the edge of a beautiful lake.

Each treehouse is only accessible by a hand carved elevated tree top walkway, lit at night by handmade pottery lamps. They are meticulously appointed and individually themed from a different element of nature, featuring extensive ceramic ironwork and carved cedar.

Guests can indulge in special homemade touches and enjoy the very creative work that has gone into making the tree houses the best of world class accommodation.

Guests now can avail themselves of the special Secrets Garden venue for weddings, vow renewals and much more.

The public can also enjoy their Secrets Art Gallery or enjoy their Cafe on the Deck.

Ideal for that special occasion or just to relax and connect with your partner.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Laundry
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Canoeing
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Swimming

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.
207 Narrows Road
North Maleny, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Luxury Treehouses

Beautifully themed and suitable for couples, the Luxury Treehouses have double spas, glass fronted fireplaces, carved cedar furniture, queen size beds, barbecue on the deck, LCD television, DVD player and surround system. The kitchen is well equipped with two burner gas cook top, bar sized fridge and microwave. Extraordinary views of rainforest and lake.

Designed for honeymooners and special romantic escapes.

The Whistle Stop is a 100 year old renovated heritage cabin in an old Queenslander style. Special features include spa bath undercover in the rainforest, wood fire, full kitchen, air-conditioning, leather lounge with lovely decor. It suits couples and families seeking an outdoor holiday in a very secluded situation, with rainforest views.

Secrets a world class treehouse featuring all the above and with extra special views of a rainforest grove and waterfall from the bathroom, and stunning cliff face position overlooking the lake. A special choice for honeymoons and special occasions.

Very beautifully carved with fabulous views of Lake Baroon, more recently built with suspended fireplaces, and step down spas, they feature all of the above with more carvings and walk in shower rooms. Dragonfly, Platypus, Wait-A-While and The Nest. Wait-A-While can accommodate up to two couples, The Nest, up to six people.

Designed for special occasions and honeymoons.

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