Competitively priced. Owner operated motel in quiet off main road location. All units are ground floor with queen size beds. Family unit sleeps 5. Reps and work crews catered for. Sticky Fingers Restaurant is open nightly for dinner and is well known locally for its great food the restaurant is fully licensed. Currently closed due to illness
This place is special....
The Stonehouse is a unique hand-built masterpiece of natural stone, raw timbers, recycled materials and polished concrete, sitting on the edge of the Ravensbourne / Scenic Rim escarpment. It is surrounded by 175 acres of beautiful Australian Bush and neighbours the Deongwar State Forest Reserve. Travel time from Brisbane is approximately 80 minutes via Esk.
Originally built as a private, fully solar powered, eco-lodge, the house is, for the first time, open to the public and available for short term rentals and getaways. By day the views stretch for hundreds of kilometres around the Scenic Rim and over a number of lakes including Wivenhoe. By night the stars and moon spectacularly dominate!
They have three magnificent bedrooms (two kings and one queen), a modern well equipped kitchen, large comfortable rustic lounge including a fire place and huge decks set the scene for relaxation, conversation and memories which will stay with you forever. Sleeps nine if the optional bunk room is included. Special events by arrangement.
There is a waterhole stocked with Bass and a mountain biking state forest.
They are also dog friendly.
Glamping at its very best. Fantastic all year round. ...
The Hollow Log Country Retreat is situated in the secluded valley of Mount Byron, close to Lakes Somerset and Wivenhoe and just over an hour's scenic drive from Brisbane. This fully wheelchair accessible, 'gentle bush haven' can accommodate groups or families of up to 12 people in its four comfortable bedrooms and large, unique living area.
Set amongst beautiful native gardens and natural bushland it is the ideal country getaway for complete relaxation. Take leisurely strolls around the gardens and wildlife corridor to view some wild friends - koalas, bettongs, wallabies, birdlife - walk to the top of the hill for spectacular views, spotlight for native wildlife or simply stargaze at night, visit the local natural rock waterhole or just sit back and enjoy the sights and sounds of nature. Gentle farm animals complete the country experience.
Are you looking for a charming country town with the creature comforts of the city such as stunning cafes, art and walking trails.
When you arrive at Moore be sure to stop in at the Moore Soldier's Memorial Hall. The hall houses the Supper Room Art Gallery where you can feast on tea and cakes whilst admiring the displays of local art. There are also a number of quaint cafés, many which also display artwork and have an array of delicious treats.
If you are planning on staying the night rest for free at the Stanley Gates Park in on Main Street in Moore.
While you visit take a stroll, grab your bicycle or ride your horse whilst enjoying the beautiful scenery of Somerset. People with a moderate level of fitness can enjoy the easy 7km journey between Moore and Linville, whilst those with a taste for adventure can try the more challenging terrain of the 25 kilometre journey between Moore and Benarkin.
Kilcoy is an idyllic country town located along the D'Aguilar Highway, surrounded by a scenic landscape, of rolling hills and rugged mountain ranges with views over the northern reaches of Lake Somerset. Only an hour from Brisbane, Kilcoy's country charm, with enchanting shops, landscaped parks and friendly residents is the place to visit to escape the hustle and bustle of city life.
Looking to keep busy during your visit to Kilcoy? Visit one of three wineries, go boating or fishing at Lake Somerset, wander around Yowie Park or visit the environmental interpretive display at the Kilcoy Information Centre.
Kilcoy has a number of accommodation styles in the area ranging from free overnight caravanning spots, bush camping experiences, to hotels, motels, farm stays and lodges, so there are plenty of options to cater for any budget if you are looking to stay a while.
Kilcoy was accredited as an RV friendly town in 2014. Here you will find three designated caravan rest areas including the Kilcoy showgrounds, Anzac Park and Seib Street. The Kilcoy Showgrounds has powered sites and amenities for a small fee. The dump point is also located at the showgrounds. Situated alongside Kilcoy creek, Anzac park is free for 48 hours with amenities and is walking distance to Kilcoy's eateries and town centre. The Seib street rest area is available as a 20 hour stop over for self contained vehicles and is located adjacent to Yowie Park. When staying at the rest areas, please be respectful of the community and other travellers by minimising noise and cleaning up after yourself before you leave.
If you are visiting Kilcoy you can't miss the yowie. The yowie legend dates back generations, including early Aboriginal accounts. With the most famous yowie encounter occurring at Sandy Creek in 1979. Yowie Park pays homage to the yowie legend with a statue of this mythical creature. It's a great place to have your photo taken!