Moreton Island......an amazing, awesom island!!!!!!!!!!...the staff at the eco resort..--very friendly and willing to help!!!! The eco lodge.....disgusting.....never took my flip flops off during our entire two night stay...the carpet was utterly despicable!!!! Kitchen lacked a basic kettle.....??????? Bathroom......even kept my flip flops on to take a shower.....shower curtain...ring of mould at the bottom of the curtain (how much would it cost to replace this plastic piece??)....linoleum strips peeling in various places. Mattresses...felt like I needed gloves to put my sheets on the bed...the twin bunk beds...yuck!!!!!!! No screen door in the bunk bedroom..as a result....we got bitten by many mosquitos!!!! I was ready to go home the minute I entered unit 3, but I was able to tough it out because Moreton Island was so pristine and breath taking!!!!!
I could go on and on,,,,,but please take my advise and do not stay here!!!!!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- If you love the idea of getting out into the great outdoors but can't stand the creepy crawlies, sandy bed or thought of needing a shovel to go to the toilet, glamping's probably the answer! We've got 9 beautifully furnished tents, complete with a queen size bed, private ensuite and veranda overlooking the giant Moreton Melaleuca trees. When you're glamping, there's no tent to pitch, no sleeping bag to unroll, no fire to build! Glamping is a way to experience the great outdoors without sacrificing luxury. The beach is just a short stroll from your front door (well, tent flap), you can grab a meal at the on-site cafe, cook on the communal barbie in the camp kitchen or just put your feet up and enjoy a glass of wine knowing you're not facing another night of sleeping on a half inflated blow-up! We have a mixture of 2 person and 4 person tents nestled amongst the giant Melaleuca trees of Moreton Island, with pristine beaches 100 metres from your door. A Glamp kitchen is also available for our guests to use, including tea & coffee making facilities & Barbeques. If you are bringing your own 4WD vehicle, Bulwer is a short drive to the Cape Moreton Lighthouse (see the whales in season)Champagne Rock Pools and Honeymoon Bay, which are some of the most spectacular sights on the Island. No 4wd? No problem, we can arrange on Island tours that include snorkelling amongst amazing amounts of beautiful fish at the wrecks and sandboarding down massive sand dunes. Castaways has an on-site restaurant so you'll never go hungry as well as a convenience store for all your holiday essentials. Moreton Island is a secret holiday paradise! ... more less