We wanted to stay 2 nights at glasshouse mountains ecolodge but left after one night (we had to give up the full amount too!). The beds were uncomfortable and the shower was pathetic (pressure was limited to a low level, i guess to conserve water?). We tried to explore the orchard but there were too many mozzies and my children started to get large rashes from the mozzie bites.
I think this ecolodge could be more suited to couples or families without young children that could have sensitive skin.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- In the heart of a National Heritage treasure, the Glasshouse Mountains Ecolodge offers a unique ecological experience of this fascinating area of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland in South East Queensland. It makes a fantastic base from which to explore the 26 million year old volcanic plugs that make up this incredible landscape, as well as the coastal beaches and hinterland villages. During your stay at the Ecolodge (set on 5 acres of orchard and forest beside a small creek) you can discover bush tucker, enjoy nocturnal frog spotting and bird watching (over 60 different types of birds have been seen). A great place to relax and unwind in this peaceful and quiet nature haven with its birds, butterflies, dragonflies, and even kangaroos. National park walks start 400 metres from the front entrance. Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo is just 10 minutes away and the Ecolodge is only an hour north of Brisbane. ... more less
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