Indicative Rate* $115.00 to $140.00 Accommodation Only
Eco Queenslander is a multi-award winning and sustainable family holiday home located in Maryborough, one of Queensland oldest towns on the Fraser Coast. Eco Queenslander accommodates two adults and three children maximum and is an ideal base for touring the Fraser Coast region which is home to three of the top five RACQ's 150 Must Do's in Queensland! Fraser Island, Portside in Maryborough and Whale watching. The Great Barrier Reef is also at their doorstep with day trips to Lady Elliot Island. Day tours and packages which include accommodation and tours can be booked from Eco Queenslander.... more
Eco Queenslander is a classic and quaint, craftsman built home which retains many of its original features: fretwork, polished timber floors, French doors, high moulded ceilings, casement windows with elaborate glass, claw-foot bath, etc. The house was fully restored and refurbished in 2009. Eco Queenslander, located in a quiet street, is tastefully decorated with special attention given to making your stay comfortable and maximising your wellbeing.
At Eco Queenslander English, French and Spanish are spoken. French and English languages classes and immersion weekends/weeks organised on request; visit the web site for more information.... less
Families with children are most welcome.
Sustainable Holiday Home Project
At Eco Queenslander, they pay attention to ways, big and small, in which they can be responsible citizens for the planet. These are the main features that assist Eco Queenslander being a sustainable home:
1. Solar electricity system (1.5kW PV system) that exports power to the grid
2. Roof insulation
3. Two 5,500 l rainwater tanks using gravity feed to avoid the use of an electric or mechanical pump; one is connected to the washing machine; the other one is used for watering the garden.
4. Renovations carried out with an eye to environmental friendliness reusing as many old materials as possible; namely, the old claw bath and the timber for the palings under the house
5. Planting of many trees and shrubs in the garden
6. Four and a half-star energy rated fridge and three and a half-star energy rated washing machine
7. No clothes drier; linen sun dried on a clothes line
8. Energy efficient lighting with compact fluorescent lights (CFLs)
9. Dual-flush toilet
10. Three-star shower rose
11. Use of green washing and cleaning detergents and air freshener
12. Use of toilet paper made from used office paper 100 per cent biodegradable
13. Insect screens installed on all doors
14. Fans in bedrooms and lounge room as an alternative to air-conditioners in summer
15. Blankets and doonas as an alternative to heating in winter
16. Recycling and composting
17. Using garden debris (leaves, etc.) as mulch
18. Promotional brochures and invoices printed on recycled paper
19. Information sheets and magazines on green living made available to our guests
20. Sponsor and member of various environmental organisations
21. Open day for Sustainable House Day every year (September)
22. Conducting Go Green(er!) workshops at Eco Queenslander to raise awareness on environmental issues
23. Week-end and holiday packages offered via Eco-Queenslander are in association with other green businesses
24. Bicycles available free of charge to encourage their guests to leave their car at home whilst visiting the town
25. Encouraging guests to be conscious of the environment and do what they can here and at home
How To Get There
Coming from the south on the Bruce Highway: Take the first exit to Maryborough off the Bruce Highway which leads onto Gympie Road which becomes Ferry Street after crossing the Lamington Bridge. At the third traffic light after the bridge, turn right into Walker Street. At the end of Walker Street, turn left into Lennox Street. Treasure Street is the sixth street on your right.
Coming from the north on the Bruce Highway: Take the first exit to Maryborough off the Bruce Highway which leads onto Walker Street. Drive until the end of Walker Street and turn left into Lennox Street. Treasure Street is the sixth street on your right.
Coming from Hervey Bay: At the first traffic light, turn left into Woodstock Street. At the next traffic light, turn left into Lennox Street. Treasure Street is the third street on your right.
Coming from Rainbow Beach: Turn right into Kent Street after crossing the Granville Bridge. At the Town Hall (1.4 kilometres on your left), turn right into Lennox Street. Pass three sets of traffic lights and turn right into Treasure Street which is the third street on the right hand side after the last traffic light.
Two-bedroom, self-contained holiday home: Queen size bed in the first bedroom, twin beds in the second bedroom, double fold-out sofa in the living room (separate to the lounge room), fully equipped kitchen with electric stove and oven, fridge-freezer and all crockery and kitchen utensils, dining room, lounge room with television and DVD player, laundry, outdoor dining and barbecue area. Two reverse cycle air-conditioners. Bed linen, tea towels and bathroom linen supplied. Located in a very quiet street and set in beautiful gardens.
Two bedroom with lounge
Capacity: 1 - 5 people
|$115.00||$140.00||Adult Room Only|
Children: Families with children are most welcome.
* Please note: These rates are indicative based on the minimum and maximum available costs of listed products and services. To obtain a firm price from the provider, please use the contact the operator. All prices are quoted in Australian dollars.