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Woodlands of Marburg

Marburg, Ipswich Area

Indicative Rate * AU$175 to AU$250

The elegant splendour of Woodlands of Marburg, 20 minutes' drive from Ipswich, makes it a must-visit destination for its accommodation, restaurant, venue options and historic tours. Step back in time as you enter this recently restored plantation-style mansion which was built in 1890 and designed by well-known local architect, George Brockwell Gill.

Woodlands of Marburg offers a range of accommodation options ranging from family rooms, interconnecting rooms with share bathrooms right through to deluxe and executive class rooms ideal for short breaks or weekend getaways.

The venue will make any wedding reception special in the gracious and shady surroundings, with the onsite 19th century chapel - originally in the nearby township - restored and relocated here. At The Mansion restaurant, delectable meals are served up Friday and Saturday nights, and for Sunday brunches the Jacaranda room opens with a magnificent valley view. Corporate events are also a big hit in such inspiring surroundings that combine old-world charm with modern facilities. And if you're visiting on a Sunday, why not book a tour of Woodlands to find out about its colourful past and rich history?

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Our Rooms

Deluxe

Woodlands of Marburg offers 10 rooms in the Deluxe category. These elegantly appointed rooms offer one queen sized bed and a large ensuite bathroom.

Executive

Woodlands of Marburg offers four rooms in the Executive category with each room featuring a king size bed and a double shower in the spacious ensuite bathroom.

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Girraween National Park

Ballandean, Southern Downs Area
Free Entry
Huge granite boulders tower above open forests in the spectacular and popular Girraween National Park outside Stanthorpe. Camp at either Castle Rock and Bald Rock Creek camping areas or picnic in the shady Bald Rock Creek day-use area.

Sundown National Park

Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area
Free Entry
High, remote and rough, Sundown National Park (south west of Stanthorpe) entices both self-sufficient campers and experienced bushwalkers to explore its rugged ridges and gorges. Camp at one of five camping areas (three accessible by four-wheel-drive only) or hike in to a secluded bush camp.

Donnellys Castle, near Pozieres

Pozieres, Southern Downs Area
Free Entry
Visit a bushranger hideout! 'Thunderbolt' who roamed the New England Tableland, had one of his hideouts near Pozieres. Donnelly's Castle, as it is now called, is a rock formation that you can walk between, around and over.

Storm King Dam

Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area
Free Entry
Storm King Dam rests in a picturesque rural setting with many water birds (including pelicans) and is an ideal spot for picnics, water sport and fishing. Fish species include golden perch, murray cod, silver perch, jew and river black fish.

Quart Pot Creek, Stanthorpe

Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area
Free Entry
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.

Glenlyon Dam

Texas, Goondiwindi Area
Free Entry
Glenlyon Dam is ideal for wildlife viewing and many water sports including skiing, sailing and fishing. Fish species in the dam include Golden Perch, Murray Cod, Silver Perch, Jew and Spangled Perch. Camping sites, cabins and caravans are available at the Glenlyon Dam Tourist Park located at the waters edge.

Amiens

Amiens, Southern Downs Area
Amiens is one of the pretty districts in the Granite Belt region, 17 kilometres north-west of Stanthorpe. These days the area is popular for orcharding, wine making and vegetable growing and was first settled by First World War servicemen who had been granted land for fruit growing after returning from war.

Pozieres

Pozieres, Southern Downs Area
The Granite Belt locality of Pozieres is situated about five kilometres west of the New England Highway, with the turn-off to the south of Dalveen. It is a productive fruit and vegetable growing area and also offers easy access to recreation areas such as Donnelly's Castle, Pozieres State Forest and Passchendaele State Forest.

Severnlea

Severnlea, Southern Downs Area
The Southern Downs village of Severnlea, on the highway south of Stanthorpe hasn't changed that much since it was first settled. There is still fruit growing and topaz fossicking, but these days you'll also discover some very good wineries.

The Summit

The Summit, Southern Downs Area
The Granite Belt village of The Summit, located off the New England Highway between Dalveen and Applethorpe (to the north of Stanthorpe) is so called due to its elevated position at more than 900 metres above sea level.
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