The Woolshed at Jondaryan Accommodation

Jondaryan, Toowoomba Area

Indicative Rate * AU$22.50 to AU$155

The Woolshed at Jondaryan isn’t just a place to stay – it’s a place to explore and encounter a different way of life. With a range of accommodation you are sure to find the perfect fit, from self-contained cottages and rustic cabins to authentic shearers quarters, or camp under the stars with powered and non powered sites available. Entry to the museum and Woolshed grounds is also included in your accommodation fee.

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Rooms

Their quaint and cosy cottages were some of the first built throughout the region at the turn of the century. Get a feel of the style of the past in their tastefully modernised cottages which are fully self-contained. Sit on your veranda and relax in the serenity of the lush open landscape while you watch the vivid sunsets through the gum trees.

Wyona Cottage houses two bedrooms, sleeping seven guests. It features a kitchenette, en-suite bathroom, television and air-conditioning for your comfort.

Their quaint and cosy cottages were some of the first built throughout the region at the turn of the century. Get a feel of the style of the past in their tastefully modernised cottages which are fully self-contained. Sit on your veranda and relax in the serenity of the lush open landscape while you watch the vivid sunsets through the gum trees.

Wainui cottage features a double bed, kitchenette, en-suite bathroom, television and air-conditioning for your comfort.

Rustic Cabins

Their rustic cabins showcase the charm of the past with the comforts of today. Get back to the basics and encounter a true country style cabin with a homely feel. The semi-renovated interiors still retain their original character. Amenities and camp kitchen are a stone’s throw away.

The cabins sleep between four to six people.

Leave behind the strains of the modern world and step back in time when you stay in their authentic heritage listed Shearer’s Quarters. Experience the simplicity of eras bygone while you dream of a hard day’s work in the woolshed. Sleeping five guests with various bedding configuration, the shearer’s quarters are the ultimate Australian history enthusiasts’ fantasy.

Powered Camp Site

Spend the night basking in the moonlight and enjoy the uninterrupted freedom of the starry night sky, surrounded by the natural beauty of the Woolshed grounds. Camp along the banks of the picturesque Oakey Creek, or mingle with fellow campers in their Camp Kitchen.

For your convenience our facilities include an ablutions block, dump point, coin operated laundromat, bush kitchen with barbecues, open firepit and refrigeration. They cater for caravans, motorhomes, big rigs, tents and fifth wheelers - the perfect powered or non-powered site is waiting for you!

Non Powered Camp Site

Spend the night basking in the moonlight and enjoy the uninterrupted freedom of the starry night sky, surrounded by the natural beauty of the Woolshed grounds. Camp along the banks of the picturesque Oakey Creek, or mingle with fellow campers in their Camp Kitchen.

For your convenience their facilities include an ablutions block, dump point, coin operated laundromat, bush kitchen with barbecues, open firepit and refrigeration. They cater for caravans, motorhomes, big rigs, tents and fifth wheelers - the perfect powered or non-powered site is waiting for you!

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