Glass House Mountains Eco-Lodge

The simple, down-market rooms here include the use of old train carriages for a communal kitchen and group area. An old church has also been recycled, and all greywater and blackwater is used on site to irrigate the chemical-free orchard that guests are invited to raid. Guests are also encouraged to plant a tree and contribute to ongoing conservation projects such as the Richmond birdwing butterfly (Ornithoptera richmondia) recovery program.

Contact Information

198 Barrs Rd, Glasshouse Mountains; (07) 5493 0008

www.glasshouseecolodge.com

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