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Imbil Bridge Farm

Imbil, Gympie Area

Indicative Rate * AU$180 to AU$220

Imbil Bridge Farm, enjoy a private farm stay in a magical location.

Situated on Yabba Creek at Imbil in South East Queensland just 95 minute's drive north from Brisbane, Imbil Bridge Farm can be an adventure getaway or a relaxing escape to the country. The farm is unique, peaceful, private and exclusively yours.

A picturesque horse and beef cattle 30 acre property surrounds the three bedroom 1920s Queenslander farm house which has been elegantly restored. There is a wood burning Norwegian fireplace however the home is also air conditioned for both cooling and heating.

Chill out on the verandah and watch for platypus, turtles, saratoga fish, and a variety of water birds in an ever changing show of wildlife.

Downstream of the farm house the creek is held back by a natural waterfall and weir providing a constant deep water level for kayaking and fishing. Their private jetty is directly accessible down stairs from the house. There is a two man canoe for guest use.

The charming village of Imbil just a short walk across the town bridge. The village is the hub of the beautiful Mary River Valley and has an historic hotel, cafes, general store and most facilities.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Canoeing
  • Cycling
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
765 Kandanga-Imbil Road
Imbil, Gympie Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Imbil Bridge Farm

The house features a lounge-dining room opening to the riverside veranda. There are three bedrooms - a queen with ensuite, a second queen, and two singles. Each bedroom has French doors opening onto a second verandah and all have views of the property and the river. A full kitchen and main bathroom/laundry completes the home.

Please note that the home and surrounds are not suitable for toddlers unless they are closely supervised.

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