Noosa Avalon Farm Cottages

Pinbarren, Noosa Area

Indicative Rate * AU$121 to AU$300

Noosa Cottages is an Eco award winning Retreat and Sanctuary for your Queensland holidays in the beautiful Noosa Hinterland, fully self-contained holiday accommodation on 30 private treed acres. Sunshine coast accommodation with panoramic mountain views, offering great value for money.

Noosa Avalon Farm Cottages has five very individual private country cottages from rustic to country elegance and can sleep one to 23 guests. Great for families, honeymooners, romance, children and pets, and business groups in the real Australian bush. Don't forget your marshmallows to toast around your campfire and enjoy a kaleidoscope of stars.

Close to Lake Cootharaba, Cooroy, Pomona, Eumundi, Fraser Island and Cooloola, Enjoy National Parks, kangaroos, lakes and native animals, butterfly and bird watching, walking and horse riding trails, Eumundi markets, art galleries, museums, Majestic Silent Movie Theatre, antiques, restaurants, fishing and swimming.
They are environmentally friendly since 1986 and do not use poisons on Avalon.

Five minutes to your local friendly town of Pomona, quirky and historical, lot of antiques and country shopping, only 90 minutes from Brisbane. The kids will love animal feeding and viewing on the farm. Experience wildlife and farm animals with a focus on revegetation, habitat and education.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Gas
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Off Road Driving
  • 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.
292 Pomona Kin Kin Road
Pinbarren, Noosa Area
Queensland
Australia

Our rooms

Kangaroo Lodge

Kangaroo Lodge is the stunning jewel in Avalon's crown. Surrounded by nine stunning mountains and the rolling countryside of the Noosa Hinterland, it provides panoramic views unrivalled in the district. Watch the gorgeous sunrises and spectacular sunsets, spot wildlife on your doorstep or just kick back and enjoy the natural ambience around you with beautiful antique furniture, Persian carpets, polished timber floors and a relaxing double spa bath, fully self-contained. The exclusive Kangaroo Lodge is the ultimate in country relaxation. Features one queen four poster bedroom and double bedroom (sleeps one to four people).

Heritage Cottage

Heritage Cottage is delightful, perfect for secluded kanoodling for those with love and passion in mind. Evening views of the moon and stars are magnificent. Reverse cycle air-conditioning all within a fully self-contained cottage. All linen, towels and flame effect log heater are supplied for your comfort. Your breathtaking views of Pinbarren Mountain and the rolling hills and valleys, make this your idyllic place to share and enjoy with your loved one. Features queen size bed and double sofa bed.

Hideaway Cottage

Come and sit around your campfire at Hideaway Cottage, telling tall stories under the beautiful skies, and a kaleidoscope of stars. The cottage is self-contained looking out over the Noosa Hinterland. Relax on a veranda with views of the rolling hills and valleys. Make this your idyllic place to share with your family and friends. Ceiling fans for those warm summer nights and flame effect log heater for winter getaways. Enjoy your favourite DVDs and a glass of red or a cuppa. Features queen bed, double bed, single bed alcove, sleeping one to five people.

Bottlebrush Cottage

Step back in time to Bottlebrush Cottage, a great rustic mountain cottage. Surrounded by nature and farm animals with beautiful mountain and valley views, it has that idyllic country setting. Rustic outside and very private. Relaxed and cheery interior with a flame effect log heater. A rare find in a modern world, large and roomy, light and romantic. Enjoy your favourite DVDs.

The veranda across the front looks out to Pinbarren Mountain. Don't forget your marshmallows to toast around your campfire and enjoy a kaleidoscope of stars. There is plenty of fire wood to pick up around the paddock, set on 30 private treed acres.

The cottage contains one queen size bed, a double sofa bed, and a small bed suitable for a young child.

Avalon Homestead

Rustic Avalon Homestead is fabulous and big, a great place to kick back on the wide verandas overlooking the surrounding mountains and rolling countryside. Lots of walks, farm animals and native wildlife. Encompassing a myriad beautiful views and golden afternoons. A favourite for country relaxation with natural Kauri pine walls, leadlight picture windows, flame effect log heater and a camp fire out the front. With five metre cathedral ceilings, featuring three bedrooms with three queen beds (sleeps one to six people). A great place to share with family and friends.

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Glen Aplin

Glen Aplin, Southern Downs Area
The Granite Belt town of Glen Aplin, south of Stanthorpe on the New England Highway, is famous for its fruit orchards and wineries. If you are in the area in the right season you will be able to savour the taste of fresh stone-fruits (November to March) and berries (November to early March).

Stanthorpe

Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area
At the heart of the Granite Belt, Stanthorpe gives easy access to big sky panoramas, spectacular countryside dotted with precariously balancing prehistoric granite boulders and a generally cooler, temperate climate (there’s even an occasional winter snow-fall!

Girraween National Park

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Severnlea

Severnlea,
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Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area
Free Entry
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Glenlyon Dam

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Ballandean

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Quart Pot Creek, Stanthorpe

Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area
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The pretty Quart Pot Creek meanders through granite country and natural bushland, passes through the town of Stanthorpe, and continues out through the south-west, where it meets Spring Creek to form the Severn River.

Thulimbah

Thulimbah, Southern Downs Area
Straddling the New England Highway at Thulimbah, a range of providores offer specialty items, local produce and meals. Here you're in the thick of 'apple country' - the only place in Queensland with just the right climate and growing conditions for premium apple orchards.

Donnellys Castle

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The original bushranger hideout for 'Thunderbolt' who roamed the New England Tableland. Donnelly's Castle is a granite rock formation that you can walk between, around and over! The massive boulders are just as spectacular as some of the rock formations in Girraween National Park, and is far more accessible for young adventurers.
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