Mt Barney Lodge Country Retreat
Eco-friendly place to stay
Almost surrounded by Mount Barney National Park, and with Queensland’s fourth-highest peak overshadowing the 12-hectare Land for Wildlife property, this former farm hosts plenty of wildlife, including bandicoots, red-necked wallabies, frogs, geckoes, bats and phascogales, as well as growing habitat for the endangered glossy black-cockatoo. The spacious recycled farmhouses and cabins are more suited to large families or groups than couples, but there are also some safari tents and a camping area. The delightful owner–operators are keen to get you out exploring their local bit of paradise, offering rock climbing, bushwalking, children’s night activities (leaving you in peace for a few hours) and an eco sunset tour.
1093 Upper Logan Rd, Barney View; (07) 5544 3233comments powered by Disqus