Bushland Cottages and Lodge Yungaburra

Yungaburra, Tablelands Area

Indicative Rate * AU$170 to AU$500

The Lodge and The Cottages Yungaburra, Atherton Tableland are fully self contained with all linen supplied. Set in eight acres of bushland bordering Peterson Creek, yet a short stroll to all facilities; these include restaurants, pub, take-away, butchery, super market/deli, pharmacy, doctor surgery, hairdresser, craft-shops, internet cafe, coffee shops. Pets welcome.

Yungaburra, 743 metres above sea level, is situated in the heart of the cool, green Atherton Tablelands, one hour west of Cairns.

The Lodge can accommodate up to 10 guests, an ideal venue for weddings, functions, parties. There are two Cottages available: Kingfisher Cottage is one bedroom with a queen-size bed and the Birdwing Cottage which is two bedrooms - one with a queen bed and the other with two singles. Both Cottages contain a sofa bed which sleeps two persons.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Sauna

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Hiking/Trekking

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
3 Penda Street - 5 Mulgrave Road
Yungaburra, Tablelands Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Birdwing Cottage

Two bedrooms - sofa bed - sleeps up to six guests.

Birdwing Cottage has two bedrooms - one with a queen bed and the other with two singles plus a sofa bed for two persons. There is a patio overlooking the forest with barbecue, living room with wood heater, television, DVD player, fully equipped kitchen, spa bath, shower and laundry. Port-a-cot and high chair available at no extra cost. Pet friendly.

Kingfisher Cottage

One Bedroom, sofa bed - sleeps up to four guests.

Kingfisher Cottage has one bedroom with a queen bed plus a sofa bed for two persons. There is a patio overlooking the forest with barbecue, living room with wood heater, television, DVD player, fully equipped kitchen, spa bath, shower and laundry. Port-a-cot and high chair available at no extra cost. Pet friendly.

The Lodge

Three bedrooms - sleeps up to 10 guests.

The Lodge's master bedroom has queen size bed with ensuite. The second bedroom has a queen size bed. The third bedroom has three trundle beds, two of which zip together with deep-set zip transforming it in a spacious comfortable king sized bed. There is a bathroom, bath and shower and separate toilet.

All bedrooms are air-conditioned and all linen is supplied. There is a large fully equipped kitchen, patio overlooking the forest, heated spa/Jacuzzi with a view. The living room includes a piano, television, DVD player and antique furniture. Equipped laundry. Port-a-cot and high chair available at no extra cost. Pet friendly.

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