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Christmas Creek Cafe` and Cabins

Lamington, Scenic Rim Area

Indicative Rate * AU$86 to AU$136

Christmas Creek Cafe` and Cabins offer seven cabins, catering and venue hire.
Besides the tranquil surroundings and comfortable accommodation one of the great things being on holidays there is you don't have to cook. Settle in and enjoy their country style food. It's a place where kids can freely explore. Open seven days a week, the facility offers Family and Group accommodation. It's ideal for private functions, youth camps, sporting groups and corporate groups.

They are an outdoor recreational facility based on the edge of Lamington National Park, south west of Beaudesert, Scenic Rim. It's 80 to 90 minutes to theme parks. Located on the banks of Christmas Creek, it's a place where you can explore, go bushwalking and enjoy the pristine waters of Christmas Creek.

The centre has accommodation for 60 guests for minimum of one or two night stays, providing fully catered meals or self catering in their shared kitchen. There is a fully equipped dining room, fireplace, and dance floor which can be used for private functions.

Join in some more activities or workshops on site, as well as full sized basketball and tennis courts. There are farm tours and animal feeding nearby.

Facilities

  • 24 hour Reception
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Camp Kitchen
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Lounge
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Restaurant - Licensed

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Cycling
  • Hiking/Trekking

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.
2745 Christmas Creek Road,
Lamington, Scenic Rim Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Buchanan

Buchanan cabin can accommodate a maximum of nine guests in single bunk beds. All are joined with a covered walkway. Separate male and female amenities block, shared kitchen, barbecue facilities and picnic tables by the creek. All linen supplied. They do offer a AUD5 discount per person, if you would like to bring your own linen package. One night stays are available.

The cabin name of Buchanan was chosen to honour the survivors and rescuers of The Stinson air-crash.

Relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Christmas Creek Cafe` and Cabins with its spectacular mountain views, natural rock pools and abundant native wildlife. Wake up to the low drone and constant murmur of the babbling creek, delicately frolicking in the background; peppered with the whip crack cry of the Eastern Whip-bird, the repeated cries of the Crimson Rosella and the enchanting voice of the Golden Whistler.

Binstead Cabin

Binstead cabin can accommodate a maximum of nine guests in one new queen bed and nine single bunk beds. All cabins are joined with a covered walkway. Kitchenette,Separate male and female amenities block, Shared kitchen, barbecue facilities, picnic tables, cable television and outdoor movies.

The cabin name of Binstead was chosen to honour the survivors of The Stinson air-crash.

Relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Christmas Creek Cafe` and Cabins with its spectacular mountain views, natural rock pools and abundant native wildlife. Wake up to the low drone and constant murmur of the babbling creek, delicately frolicking in the background; peppered with the whip crack cry of the Eastern Whip-bird, the repeated cries of the Crimson Rosella and the enchanting voice of the Golden Whistler.

O'Reilly Cabin

O'Reilly cabin can accommodate a maximum of nine guests in single bunk beds. All cabins are joined with a covered walkway. Kitchenette,Separate male and female amenities block, shared kitchen, barbecue facilities and picnic tables. All linen supplied.

The cabin name of O'Reilly was chosen to honour the rescuers of The Stinson air-crash.

Relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Christmas Creek Cafe` and Cabins with its spectacular mountain views, natural rock pools and abundant native wildlife. Wake up to the low drone and constant murmur of the babbling creek, delicately frolicking in the background; peppered with the whip crack cry of the Eastern Whip-bird, the repeated cries of the Crimson Rosella and the enchanting voice of the Golden Whistler.

Proud Cabin

Proud cabin can accommodate a maximum of nine guests in single bunk beds. All cabins are joined with a covered walkway. Separate male and female amenities block, shared kitchen, barbecue facilities and picnic tables. All linen supplied. They offer a AUD5 discount per person for bunk bed cabins only, if you would like to bring your own linen package.

The cabin name of Proud was chosen to honour the survivor of The Stinson air-crash.

Relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Christmas Creek Cafe` and Cabins with its spectacular mountain views, natural rock pools and abundant native wildlife. Wake up to the low drone and constant murmur of the babbling creek, delicately frolicking in the background; peppered with the whip crack cry of the Eastern Whip-bird, the repeated cries of the Crimson Rosella and the enchanting voice of the Golden Whistler.

Burgess Cabin

Burgess cabin can accommodate a maximum of nine guests in single bunk beds. All cabins are joined with a covered walkway. Kitchenette, separate male and female amenities block, shared kitchen, barbecue facilities and picnic tables. All linen supplied. One nights stays available.

The cabin name of Burgess was chosen to honour the rescuers of The Stinson air-crash.

Relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Christmas Creek Cafe` and Cabins with its spectacular mountain views, natural rock pools and abundant native wildlife. Wake up to the low drone and constant murmur of the babbling creek, delicately frolicking in the background; peppered with the whip crack cry of the Eastern Whip-bird, the repeated cries of the Crimson Rosella and the enchanting voice of the Golden Whistler.

Arthy Cabin

Arthy cabin can accommodate a maximum of nine guests in single bunk beds. All cabins are joined with a covered walkway. Separate male and female amenities block, shared kitchen, barbecue facilities and picnic tables. All linen supplied. They offer a AUD5 discount per person, if you would like to bring your own linen package.

The cabin name of Arthy was chosen to honour the rescuers of The Stinson air-crash.

Relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Christmas Creek Cafe` and Cabins with its spectacular mountain views, natural rock pools and abundant native wildlife. Wake up to the low drone and constant murmur of the babbling creek, delicately frolicking in the background; peppered with the whip crack cry of the Eastern Whip-bird, the repeated cries of the Crimson Rosella and the enchanting voice of the Golden Whistler.

Westray Cabin

Westray cabin can accommodate up to eight guests. This cabin is divided into two rooms and contains one new queen bed and two single bunk beds. Kitchenette, separate male and female amenities block. Shared kitchen, barbecue facilities and picnic tables. Linen included.

The cabin name of Westray was chosen to honour the survivors and rescuers of The Stinson air-crash.

Relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Christmas Creek Cafe` and Cabins with its spectacular mountain views, natural rock pools and abundant native wildlife. Wake up to the low drone and constant murmur of the babbling creek, delicately frolicking in the background; peppered with the whip crack cry of the Eastern Whip-bird, the repeated cries of the Crimson Rosella and the enchanting voice of the Golden Whistler.

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