The drive from the road to the cottage winds through a section of beautiful subtropical rain forest. With forest trees towering above you, staghorn clinging to trees and native ginger, palms and ferns by the side of the road, this place is pure magic.
Family groups gather here regularly to celebrate special birthdays, reunions, anniversaries and get-togethers with family who live in different parts of the world. This is also perfect for extended family groups to stay when visiting the hinterland for a wedding.
With the ability to sleep 16 people in 12 beds with separate areas as well as 3 bathrooms and 4 toilets it is no wonder that this place is booked out well in advance.
The outdoor undercover entertainment area is ideal for large groups.
All beds are made up ready for you with quality linen, blankets, doonas, plenty of pillows The rooms also have room heaters for the colder months.
In the main part of the house there are 2 queen bedrooms downstairs PLUS a set of double bunks while upstairs the studio has one queen bed and one double bed. The demand from large groups and families to stay here, prompted the decision to add another room in the annex. In the annex you will find the dorm room with 5 single beds and a single room. This area also has its own shower and 2 toilets.
There are plenty of places to have a wood fire. The fireplace in the lounge room will be made up ready for you to light in wintertime. There is also a fireplace upstairs in the studio room, a wood burning combustion stove in the outdoor entertainment area as well as the fire pit at the Creekside hut.
The walk to the waterfall is a must. This waterfall is said to be the largest on private property in the local area. The round trip takes about 45 minutes depending on your level of fitness and the time taken to look at the local flora and fauna.
Apart from the large variety of native birds that gather to feed in the garden daily, you will see wallabies, water dragons, and echidnas and there is a very rare cray fish to be found in the creek and rock pool at the bottom of the falls.