Myall Park Botanic Garden

Glenmorgan, Maranoa Area

Indicative Rate * AU$20 to AU$90

At Myall Park Botanic Garden Cottage and Caravan and Camping, accommodation is available year round in a comfortable cottage, and backpacker style Quarters. Caravans and camping are welcomed also.

The tariffs are moderate and all basic needs are provided. Here is the ideal spot to get away from it all, no telephone, no television, simply peace, quiet and bird song.

Bring your own supplies. Linen can be provided for your relaxing stay (minimum charge applies).

Our Rooms

The Quarters

The Quarters are a renovated 1950s station building offering comfortable accommodation with cool verandahs and an open fireplace for all year round comfort. Sleeps 10 (one double, eight singles), guests share kitchen and bathroom facilities, two bathrooms.

Limited caravan and camping sites available. Powered and non powered sites available.

Avochie Cottage is a renovated 1950s style cottage offering comfortable accommodation with cool verandahs and an open fireplace for year round comfort. Sleeps six (one double, four singles), self contained, kitchen, dining room, bathroom.

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