O'Reilly's Rainforest Retreat

O'Reilly, Scenic Rim Area

Indicative Rate * AU$149 to AU$699

O'Reilly's Rainforest Retreat, a true nature paradise, is situated in World Heritage Lamington National Park, two hours south of Brisbane or one and a half hours south-west of the Gold Coast. The O'Reilly family have been welcoming guests since 1926. Visitors from all over the world enjoy this special location. The O'Reilly's brand of Australian hospitality makes this a holiday destination for every generation. Lamington National Park is World Heritage Listed and is the largest sub-tropical rainforest in Australia. It is home to over 200 bird varieties, 500 waterfalls and has 160 kilometres of walking tracks.

O'Reilly's is famous for its Tree Top Walk which offers visitors a close up view of the rainforest canopy and its wildlife. Explore on your own or take advantage of the guided Discovery Program. The Discovery Program includes guided walks, four wheel drive bus trips, nocturnal walks and glow worm walks, flying fox rides, slide shows and much more. Walk through lush rainforests, past waterfalls, under tree gardens of ferns and orchids, and into the unspoilt world that is yours to explore. At the end of a busy day exploring, pamper yourself at O'Reilly's Lost World Spa, a haven for rejuvenation and relaxation.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Day Spa
  • Foreign Currency Exchange
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Open fireplace
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Off Road Driving
  • Swimming

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.
3582 Lamington National Park Road
O'Reilly, Scenic Rim Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Retreat Room

The Retreat rooms feature red cedar shutters, hand crafted Queensland maple furniture and timber queen size beds. The rooms overlook the gardens of the retreat. All of their Retreat rooms have en-suite bathroom facilities. Rate includes morning and afternoon tea and complimentary morning bird walk. No television or telephone.

1 Bedroom Canopy Suite

Three suites adjoin the luxuriant rainforest canopy and offer twice the space of the standard Mountain View rooms.

A comfortable living area features recycled timber flooring, lounge chairs, audio system, library and bar. The suites have four large balconies with spectacular views of the rainforest foliage and western mountain ranges.

A spacious bedroom features a king-size four-poster bed, sofa and a warming fireplace. To top it all off, the bathroom has a spa bath with views through a full-length picture window of the breathtaking mountain scenery. Put yourself in this picture!

All Mountain View Rooms boast a private balcony where you can relax and soak up the magnificent views to the McPherson ranges.

Their most popular style of room, the spacious high-set rooms feature exposed beams, natural timbers, raked ceilings and private bathroom. Most rooms contain a queen and single bed, whilst six family rooms also contains additional bedding for two extra guests, and two are equipped for wheelchair occupation.

2 Bedroom Canopy Suite

Each unit has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a separate living room and two way fireplace. The large decks, complete with private spa bath, look out onto the rugged McPherson Ranges to the west and provide uninterrupted views of the most magical of sunsets.

Polished timber floors, cedar shutters and handcrafted Queensland Maple furniture complement the warmth and character of the building. A mini bar and stereo in the living area add the final touches.

The main bedroom of each boasts a spectacular king-size four poster bed and is fully ensuited. The bedroom also has a large double spa with views to the ranges. The second bedroom features a king size ensemble bed that can be transformed into two large single beds if required.

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