M.J Yurts Ballandean

Ballandean, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$360 to AU$360

They have two Yurts, Zuny and Namar Yurts. The Yurts have eight sides and are based on the Mongolian Design. Zuny is the Mongolian word for Summer, Namar is the Mongolian word for Autumn.

They are in Ballandean which is a two to three hour drive south from Brisbane. They both sleep up to four people.

Zuny Yurt has a King split size beds they can be changed to four single beds if required. Namer Yurt has one double bed and a sofa bed in the lounge room. They are fully self contained with a kitchenette, separate bedroom, log fire, air-conditioning, flat screen television in the lounge room and bedroom. All linen, towels and firewood is supplied.

They are close to about 15 local award winning wineries of which four are James Haliday five star wineries. All wine tours will pick up from the Yurts. Giraween National Park is a 10 minute drive away, Sundown National Park is a four wheel drive only park, Storm King Dam is for fishing and boating.
Ballandean is a 10 minute drive from Stanthorpe.

The other property on the same block is James Farmhouse and Rose Cottage.

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Open fireplace
2635 Eukey Road
Ballandean, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

Our rooms

MJs Yurts Zuny Yurt

The Yurts are a modern unique style of accommodation and will sleep four people. Zuny is fully self contained with a separate bedroom, gas hot plate, small fridge, log fire, reverse cycle air-conditioning and are fully fly screened. It also has a flat screen television in the lounge and bedroom. It can sleep four singles or two doubles the beds can be changed. All linen, towels and firewood is supplied.

MJ Yurts Namar Yurt

The Yurts are a modern unique style of accommodation and will sleep four people. Namar is fully self contained with a separate bedroom, gas hot plate, small fridge, log fire, reverse cycle air-conditioning and are fully fly screened. It also has a flat screen television in the lounge and bedroom. The bedroom has a large double bed. The lounge room has a sofa bed. All linen, towels and firewood is supplied.

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