The Sanctuary Springbrook Guest House Cottage

Springbrook, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$250 to AU$270

The Cottage at The Sanctuary Springbrook is located on Springbrook Mountain in the Gold Coast hinterland. The World Heritage Listed Springbrook National Park is an eco-tourism wonderland and world-famous for its rainforests, unique environment and ancient volcanic landscapes.

The Cottage is self-contained and provides the perfect address for couples to explore and experience the majesty of the rainforest, walking tracks and waterfall lookouts. Often their guests take the opportunity to mix the tranquility of the rainforest with a short drive to one of the famous local beaches and the numerous exciting attractions of the Gold Coast! Some also visit nearby locations including Natural Arch, Mount Tambourine, Canungra, Scenic Rim, Byron Bay, Uki, Woolumun (Mount Warning), and the many original rural villages of this delightful region. However, all of their guests just love to sit and relax on the Cottage verandahs which overlook award winning-gardens, to watch the native birds and in the evening listen to the chorus of wildlife in the creek.

From two thousand year old Arctic Beeches to shiny Pacific surfing beaches, from wilderness to wineries to whale watching; the choice is yours! They are a great 'base' to so many amazing places.

2311A Springbrook Road
Springbrook, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Majestic Queenslander self-contained cottage, king size bed, private ensuite includes antique bathtub and shower, lounge, LCD wall television with surround sound stereo and a complimentary DVD library to choose from.

There is a romantic gas log heater for those chilly winter nights.

Its large private wrap around verandas look over cottage and emerging rainforest gardens.

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