Nestled in rainforest at the base of the World Heritage Listed Springbrook National Park on the NSW/Qld border, a limited number of guests share our 250-acre private rainforest only with green tree frogs and abundant bird-life.
The surrounds may be unspoiled, but guests are definitely not. Winner of international and Australian tourism awards, seclusion, privacy and an exquisite natural backdrop make Crystal Creek the ideal stop off in your busy schedule to relax and unwind.
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Usually located on rainforest or bush blocks, Eco Lodges and Nature Retreats may be accredited under NEAP*, or they choose to adhere to the general Code of Practice for Ecotourism Operators, with environmentally friendly accomodation, facilities and measures in place.
These often include: recycling program, energy-efficient light globes, use of environmentally friendly cleaning products, low-flow toilets (standard dual flush here in Australia) and low flow showerheads, vege garden, on-site rainwater harvesting and solar grid connect power generation.
Many operators also participate in environmental conservation and rehabilitation programs, and/or educational or scientific monitoring programs. Passive activities like bushwalking and bird watching will generally be available on site. Most hosts will also have a library of relevant books and local information. Tariff is indicative only (per night/off peak).
Ecotourism Australia Ecotourism Certified Operator
(The National Ecotourism Accreditation Program)
This couples only, national and international award winning rainforest retreat is set in old growth rainforest bordered on three sides by World Heritage national park.
Just 13 private architect-designed luxury bungalows, all with double spa baths and rainforest views, are placed discreetly in a spectacularly pristine Australian rainforest.
Stroll along our 8 kilometres of rainforest tracks through stunning fern-lined gullies and giant 400-year-old trees. Lie in our famous hammocks over a babbling rainforest brook of pure, crystal-clear mountain water. Or take a Picnic Pack to our lovely citrus orchard. At night, wander to the creek to marvel at the magic of the glow worms.
From AUD $375 p.n. to $655 p.n. midweek, 2 night min.
Choose from our lodge, bunkhouse and gorgeous campground sites to enjoy quality time with family and friends, or greet the dawn with your significant other from a luxe glamping tent.
Share your morning wake up call with abundant wildlife - wallabies and brush turkeys visit campsites each dawn and dusk, and we have seen well over 100 species of birds through out the seasons.
Enjoy the use of our tennis court and solar heated saltwater swimming pool, and get back to nature with great bushwalks through rainforests, over swing bridges and to hilltops with views that stretch to the horizon. 2 night min. $25/night 1-2 ppl camping. Deluxe Glamping tents $300 per couple 2 nights min. Customised group packages (10 + ppl) POA.
Hosanna is a 100-acre family and dog friendly farmstay offering a range of affordable accommodation options, including rustic timber cabins, A frame glamping tents, and a campground. We're ideal for families and couples who want a back to nature farm experience like the ones your grandparents used to enjoy.
Facilities include communal amenities, a wood fired sauna next to our swimming and kayaking dam, playing spaces and equipment, BBQ and picnic area, Hosanna Cafe & Store, optional paid farm adventures, and more. From AUD $12 pp pn camping to $118 pn for cabins Day visitors welcome - $.
A place of serenity, peace and tranquility, we have just 4 couples only, fully self contained studio villas, featuring a luxurious king bed, full kitchen facilities, double sided fireplace, and an expansive verandah with spectacular views to Mount Warning/Wollumbin and beyond.
A breakfast basket with items of your choice and dietary preference is provided, and you can b.y.o. supplies, or enjoy dining at nearby cafes and restaurants, before returning to relax and unwind at our infinity edge swimming pool with hot tub, cabanas and sun lounges.
Do birdwatching from your balcony, watch out for local wildlife, and ask us about our conservation and rehabilitation programs. From AUD $310 p.n. midweek to $490 p.n. weekend, per couple, 2 night min.
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Spacious and comfortable self-contained cottages set in 16 hectares of remnant coastal rainforest with native birds and animals in abundance. Swimming pool, dog friendly, and wheelchair friendly cabins.
Binna Burra Lodge offers accommodation including spacious one, two and three bedroom apartments with breathtaking views. Facilities include an on-site restaurant, cafe and a range of outdoor activities. "Skylodge" stays from 1/9/20.
Set on 5 acres with Tweed River frontage, just 5km drive from Mount Warning National Park, with queen and double guest rooms, self contained flat, 2 alpine style cabins and a yurt. Perfect for hikers, bird watchers, canoeists and swimmers.
Surrounded by lush forests and lakes, Wollumbin Palms Rainforest Retreat boasts self-contained cottages, each with a fireplace, patio, balcony and a private hot tub.
Each air-conditioned cottage is individual themed, including a temple-theme, a cave-theme and a 12-sided yurt theme. All feature hand-crafted furnishings, a fully equipped kitchen and original artworks. Some cottages have an outdoor shower.
A peaceful tranquil setting with rustic homestead rooms. Choose from a self contained studio, and twin share or double rooms, all with private bathrooms.
Unique remote location in a rural farm like setting with abundant birdlife and wildlife, and platypus in the creek.
Boasting a double spa bath, a fireplace and BBQ facilities, Springbrook Lyrebird Retreat offers secluded cottages surrounded by rainforest.
The air-conditioned cottages feature fully equipped kitchen, living room and laundry facilities. 2 night minimum stay. Owned and operated by the Australian Rainforest Conservation Society as a non-profit business, all proceeds go to rainforest restoration at Springbrook.