Discover the best of nature's secrets.......
Steeped in natural splendour, a misty veil hugs the untouched mountains and peaceful forests of Eungella National Park, Queensland, Australia. Perched on the edge of Clarke Mountain Range, 2,400 feet above sea level, Eungella Mountain Edge Escape offers breathtaking views of the picturesque Pioneer Valley and impressive escarpment!
Eungella Mountain Edge Escape provides 1 and 2 bedroom self-contained holiday cabins. Our accommodation is the perfect choice for a family vacation, romantic honeymoon, or simply a relaxing and tranquil getaway. Each cabin features it's own private balcony with stunning views, kitchenette with cooking facilities, reverse cycle air conditioning and covered parking.
Reasonable nightly rates starting from just $120.00. Twin share (separate beds) and/or additional guests an additional $ 10.00 per person, per night. Disabled facilities and wheelchair access available in 2 bedroom lodge.
For reservations please contact our bookings office on Ph (07) 49 584 590. Enquiries welcome via "contact us" form.
Relax in the comfort of your cabin, admire the most glorious sunrise from your own private balcony, venture out on scenic self drives, experience a variety of self guided rainforest walking trails, hikes and treks, view Platypus in the wild at Broken River, visit stunning lookouts, journey to Eungella Dam, and enjoy an abundant variety of flora and fauna.
Eungella National Park is Australia's largest continuous stretch of sub-tropical rainforest, and is one of the most beautiful of Queensland National Parks. Explorers can experience over 20 km of self guided walking trails, which cater to all fitness levels. For the more adventurous hiker, Eungella National Park is the starting point for the self guided 5 day 56 km Mackay Highlands Great Walk.
With over 227 recorded bird species, Eungella National Park is the ultimate haven for bird lovers! Twitchers and Birders will be captivated by the variety of birds found in the region, including the Regent Bower bird, Noisy Pitta, Wompoo pigeon and of course, the Eungella Honeyeater (endemic to Eungella). Scroll through our website for information on sightings, or download a bird list.
Spend a relaxing day surrounded by cool waters and wildlife at Eungella Dam, or lake. Eungella Dam is one of Queensland's more established freshwater fisheries, the perfect place to visit for the boating, camping, or fishing enthusiast (fishing permit required prior to arrival). The dam was constructed in 1969, and is located on Eungella Dam road, just 30 km from Eungella township (travel by partially sealed and unsealed road). Fishing permits can be purchased from most boat and tackle stores in Mackay, Melba House (Marian), or click on the link fishing permit.The large fresh water dam is stocked with Barramundi (Barra), Sooty Grunter (Sootys or Black Bream), Saratoga and Sleepy Cod. Lures and bait prawns are best options. Canoeing, water skiing, jet skiing and swimming are popular activities. No marine craft or fishing tackle hire, so take your own along. Camping facilities include toilets and cold showers. Wood fired barbecues, toilets and picnic tables are located at the picnic area (near Dam wall). Camping is self-registration. For more information on camping at Eungella Dam, contact Sunwater. The Dam is also the customary venue for the World Sooty Grunter fishing Championships, which are held annually.
The nearest fuel service station (BP) is located just East of Finch Hatton township.
Our cabins are centrally located, and just walking distance to the Eungella Chalet (Hotel), Store, rainforest walks entrance, tennis court, restaurant, dining and lookout. Only 5 km to Broken River, Platypus viewing, National Park camping, Information centre and meals.
Find us on North Street (first street on right, at top of Eungella range). Located 80 km inland from the Eastern Coast of Mackay, Queensland. Approximately 970 km (603 miles) North of Brisbane, Australia, and only 2.5 hrs to Airlie Beach, Great Barrier Reef and Whitsundays.
For an additional source of Eungella information, please visit the website http://www.eungella.com.au/