Sweetwater Lodge

Julatten, Mareeba Area

Indicative Rate * AU$295 to AU$295

Sweetwater Lodge, Luxury Port Douglas Hinterland Accommodation on the northern rim of the Atherton Tablelands, offers guests a unique Australian holiday experience in the cool tropical climate of Julatten, in Queensland's Tropical North.

Sweetwater consists of two luxury, private, and spacious self contained retreats set on160 acres surrounded by a beautiful mountain range just one and a quarter hours north of Cairns International Airport or 25 minutes from Port Douglas.

The beautifully presented, architect designed, self contained holiday retreats each accommodate two people in a luxurious king bed. The retreats are finished to a very high degree of comfort with absolute attention to detail. Unique features of the accommodation include a well equipped al fresco kitchen situated on the verandah overlooking the mountains and an indoor/outdoor shower.

The property boasts a range of habitats including a beautiful private rainforest walk, a permanent freshwater creek offering numerous swimming holes, which meanders through the property, wallabies, platypus and other marsupials together with an abundance of birdlife. A bush barbecue facility on the edge of the creek is the perfect place in which to relax and watch the sun go down.

Sweetwater is a slice of nature's paradise. A warm welcome awaits you.

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
2472 Mossman to Mt Molloy Road
Julatten, Mareeba Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Each lodge consists of a spacious entry area with desk and chair, suitcase set down, fridge and tea and coffee facilities. The en-suite indoor/outdoor bathroom is situated to the left of the entry consisting of indoor/outdoor shower, bath, toilet and vanity. Hairdryer and bathroom amenities also supplied. Beyond the entry area is the king bed which then leads into the lounge area consisting large corner lounge suite, coffee table, LCD television, DVD player and wood burning fireplace. The al fresco kitchen is situated on the verandah to the right of the lounge area and includes table and chairs, well-equipped kitchen with barbecue and four burner cooktop.

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