Glasshouse Mountains Ecolodge

Glass House Mountains, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$128 to AU$250

The Glasshouse Mountains Ecolodge provides eco-friendly accommodation in the heart of the Glasshouse Mountains. The remarkable Glasshouse Mountains are a series of steep sided volcanic plugs over 25 million years old. You can climb, scale, walk around or simply gaze at them from the front entrance of the Ecolodge. Explore off the beaten track, go for a bush walk, taste the wide variety of tropical fruits or visit Australia Zoo, just 10 minutes drive away. Listen to the sounds of the Australian bush from your own room; learn about the bush food garden and the 50 different tropical fruit trees.

There is a large variety of accommodation suitable for singles, couples and groups. All rooms have ensuites. The Orchard Rooms, with great views of Mount Tibrogargan from their verandas, overlook the tropical orchard. Forest Family Rooms, which sleep up to four people, face the forest. Historical train carriages and bungalows.

Self-serve breakfasts are available on request or prepare your own meals in the well-equipped kitchen/dining railway carriage. Relax in the second railway carriage, chat, play board games or make use of the swap library. Sit indoors or outside and enjoy the peacefulness of a truly great Australian bush setting.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Lounge
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Cycling

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
198 Barrs Road
Glass House Mountains, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Historic Train carriage accommodation. Fully self-contained with separate bedroom, kitchen and own bathroom. These two train carriages are both historical and quite unique and located in their orchard. A deck area gives a view across their orchard.

Bungalow

This beautifully decorated two room Bungalow has a Queen size bed and is fully self-contained with a kitchen (refrigerator, microwave, gas cooktop and oven), and a comfortable dining/lounge area. Both rooms have split system air-conditioning which keep you cool in Summer and warm in Winter.

The Bungalow is octaganal is shape with sweeping high ceilings. It is set in a mature palm grove giving it a lovely tropical ambience. The quality fixtures and fittings, hand carved antique Balinese doors, unusual wooden furniture and wooden shutters add to its appeal. The Bungalow is lovely for that special occasion offering privacy in a peaceful green setting.

The Church-Loft

For those who would like something really special. This beautiful restored old Church with its original timber floors and walls, cathedral ceilings, arched windows and shutters - all part of a bygone era.

The Loft bedroom has a queen size bed and boasts spectacular views of Mount Tibrogargan. The bathroom is located downstairs and contains shower, toilet and vanity.

There is a kitchenette with electric kettle, toaster, fridge and microwave with a four seat dining suite. Relax in large comfortable lounge area with wood burning fire for cosy winter evenings. This is also a special venue for family gatherings, workshops, meetings and retreats.

These comfortable rooms with high ceilings and polished floors have ensuite (shower ,toilet and vanity) and a queen size bed. Great views of Mount Tibrogargan can be seen from the table and seating on the deck outside each room. There is reverse cycle air-conditioning in each of these rooms, keeping you cool in Summer and warm in Winter.

Complimentary tea and coffee is available throughout your stay in the self catering kitchen located in a restored railway carriage and breakfast is available on request.

This comfortable room has high ceilings and polished floors with ensuite (shower and toilet), a queen size bed and one single bed. There are great views of Mount Tibrogargan from the table and seating on the deck outside the room and reverse cycle air-conditioning for comfort in all seasons.

Complimentary tea and coffee is available throughout your stay in the self catering kitchen located in a restored railway carriage and breakfast is available on request.

Mount Tibro Suite

This two bedroom suite has a spacious main bedroom with queen size bed, sofa and air-conditioning. There is a large walk through bathroom with bath, shower, vanity, and toilet adjoining the other room, which has a single bed and another single in the loft room above. A fold out bed is available for another child. There is a large veranda with table and chairs and a wonderful view of Mount Tibrogargan.

Reverse cycle air-conditioning in bedrooms, keeping you cool in Summer and warm in Winter. Small drinks fridge, hair dryer, iron and ironing board.

Family Forest Room

Cool and comfortable rooms with tiled floors and ensuite, queen size bed and two single bunk beds. Outside patio with table and seating with views of the garden and forest area. Self catering kitchen in separate railway carriage, complimentary tea and coffee. Breakfast available on request. A portacot is available. Please discuss your requirements with staff at the Ecolodge. Each room has Reverse cycle air-conditioning for summer cool and winter warmth.

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