Bestbrook Mountain Resort

Tregony, Southern Downs Area

Indicative Rate * AU$35 to AU$450

Imagine waking up in the crisp morning air, and after a fun filled day, relaxing as you watch the sun set on another splendid Queensland experience.

Whether it is a weekend away with the kids, a meal in the restaurant, time to catch up with friends or a work conference, Bestbrook is the destination for you.

Ray and Elise would like to welcome you to Bestbrook, a farm-stay where everyone is encouraged to have fun. They have owned and operated Bestbrook for 10 years, building a strong customer base by making everyone feel like part of their family. Along with their children and their committed staff, they aim to provide you with memories you will remember long after you have returned home.

During the weekends and on school holidays listen to Cyril, a long time member of the Bestbrook family, recall snippets from the past. He will show you how to milk a cow and churn the cream into butter which you will enjoy with your damper and billy tea.

Bruce and Laura will gain your confidence and teach you the art of horse riding, how to crack a whip, how to throw a boomerang and have it come back.

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
9790 Cunningham Highway
Tregony, Southern Downs Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

3 Bedroom Country Cottages

Three bedroom cabins are great for the larger family. They will comfortable sleep up to eight people, each having two queen beds and four single beds.

While the cottages are not new they are clean and rustic and you will find everything you need for a couple of nights stay. If there is something specific required all you need to do is ask and they will endeavour to find it.

Firewood is available for sale all year round for either your indoor fireplace or for that wonderful outdoor camp fire.

All tap water is suitable for drinking .

Television reception is available at all cabins through satellite television.

Village Bunkhouse

Village Bunkhouse accommodation available for school groups, sporting groups or social groups. This is Bunkhouse accommodation, four blocks of dormitory style units with one bunk bed and a single bed, electric heater per room, each block has one bathroom with two showers and two toilets. 63 people can be accommodated in the bunkhouse. There are 20 triple rooms. Bring your own bedding (pillow and sleeping bag) or linen can be provided at an additional cost.

The recreation room provides Bunkhouse guests with a lounging area with wood fire. Not suitable for self catering but there is a microwave, fridge, kettle and toaster plus some cutlery and crockery. Barbecue available.

Two bedroom cabins are perfect for a family of four to five people. Each cottage has one double / queen bed, and two single beds.

While the cottages are not new they are clean and rustic and you will find everything you need for a couple of night's stay. If there is something specific required all you need to do is ask and they will endeavour to find it.

Firewood is available for sale all year round for either your indoor fireplace or for that wonderful outdoor camp fire.

All tap water is suitable for drinking .

Television reception is available at all cabins through satellite television.

Camp Site

Bush Camping at its best. Select from the beautiful Tranquillity, Causeway, Lakeside, Gap Creek Flat, Peacock Crossing and Bore Flat campgrounds that await you. They are all suitable for tents, camper trailers, caravans and motor homes. Camping inclusions: use of hot showers (Village Bunkhouse amenities), toilet facilities (Campgrounds and Village Bunkhouse), resort facilities and all free of charge activities.

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