Cedar Creek Lodges at Thunderbird Park™

Tamborine Mountain, Scenic Rim Area

Indicative Rate * AU$179 to AU$329

Cedar Creek Lodges shares a magnificent rainforest property with Thunderbird Park on Tamborine Mountain which is less than an hour from Brisbane and Gold Coast.

Stay in a stylish two bedroom Creek Lodge or a family holiday home with self-catering facilities or choose a contemporary room. All lodges and some rooms have spa baths and private balconies.

Find treasure filled thundereggs formed when dinosaurs roamed the earth, play laser skirmish in the jungle, tackle the high ropes course at TreeTop Challenge, boost the adrenalin with a thrilling ride on the Canyon Flyer, enjoy a horse trail ride or play a round on the championship mini golf course.

Explore the natural bushland along the walking tracks and see hundreds of colourful birds. Lucky visitors may catch a glimpse of Plato the Platypus.

Enjoy a hearty barbecue breakfast with the birds, chill out on the Terrace or dine in style in the Rainforest Restaurant and Lounge Bar. The Terrace serves light meals and snacks all day every day, homemade pizza from the wood-fired oven is a specialty.

Cedar Creek Lodges is the ideal destination for family holidays, romantic escapes, conferences and weddings.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Automatic Teller Machine
  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Communal Lounge
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Kiosk
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant - Licensed

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Horseriding
  • 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.
Corner of Cedar Creek Falls Road
Tamborine Mountain, Scenic Rim Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Standard Spa Room in Wallaby Lodge

The Standard Spa Rooms contain a queen size bed, an extra large two person spa bath with luxurious padded head rests, single sofa bed (two seater settee), 80 centimetre television and DVD player, microwave, bar fridge, kettle, toaster, crockery and cutlery for three guests, and clock radio plus an ironing board, iron and hair dryer.

Family style cabins with two bedrooms (one double bed and four single bunk style), bathroom, lounge / dining area with television and DVD, kitchen with hotplates, microwave, cutlery, crockery and basic cooking utensils.

Linen and towels are available for an extra fee per person. Milk, tea, coffee and soap are not provided. Maximum occupancy six.

Heritage Spa Rooms in Wallaby Lodge

The Heritage Spa Rooms in the Wallaby Lodge have a king size bed (can split into two singles) with a gorgeous two seater leather lounge and an 80 centimetre television and DVD player. These rooms also feature an extra large spa bath with padded head rests and twin basins. Microwave, bar fridge, kettle, toaster, crockery and cutlery for two. Ironing board, iron and hair dryer provided.

Creek Lodges

Self-contained two bedroom architecturally designed lodges situated on the banks of Cedar Creek in the rainforest. Features include wood fireplaces, spa baths, LCD television, DVD player and washing machine. The kitchenette includes two hotplates, sink, microwave, bar fridge, kettle, toaster, crockery and cutlery for four. Ironing board, iron and hair dryer provided. Private balconies overlooking the creek.

Premium Rooms in Frog Lodge

The Premium Rooms contain two queen size beds, mobile side tables, sofa with pull out ottomans, 80 centimetre LCD television and DVD player. There is a walk-in shower and twin basin powder room plus a microwave, bar fridge, kettle, toaster, crockery and cutlery for four and clock radio plus an ironing board, iron and hair dryer.

Superior Rooms in Platypus Lodge

The Superior Rooms in the Platypus lodge contain a queen size bed and a king size bed (which can be split into two singles), 60 centimetre television. Kitchenette includes a microwave, bar fridge, kettle, toaster, crockery and cutlery for three guests, and clock radio plus an ironing board, iron and hair dryer.

Courtyard Spa Room in Frog Lodge

The Courtyard Spa Room is a spacious romantic room with a beautiful antique brass and iron double bed, an extra large spa bath and a very comfortable two seater leather day bed. This room has a high definition television and DVD player and its own private courtyard and barbecue overlooking tree encrusted mountains in the distance. The kitchenette includes a sink, microwave, bar fridge, kettle, toaster, crockery and cutlery for two. Ironing board, iron and hair dryer provided.

The original manager's apartment, Lorikeet Lodge contains two queen size bedrooms plus a third bedroom with two single beds. It offers a very large self-contained kitchen with upright stove, microwave, separate lounge and dining rooms. The bathroom has a bath and a separate shower. Ceiling fans, direct dial telephone, television, free in-house movies.

Linen and towels are an extra charge per person. Milk, tea, coffee and soaps are not supplied.

Chandelier Spa Rooms

The Chandelier Spa Rooms are spacious rooms situated within the Wallaby Lodge. Enjoying a north easterly aspect, guests wake to golden rays of sunshine and spectacular views of horses grazing in lush paddocks against a backdrop of towering rainforests.

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