Indicative Rate* $140.00 to $140.00 Per Unit
The world stops at Adjinbilly, allowing you to feel the restoring energy that the Australian Rainforest offers you. Relax to the rhythm of nature. Relax, Recover, Re-energise.
Adjinbilly is an isolated valley set within the spectacular Condamine River Gorge, only two hours from Brisbane. The feeling of tranquillity comes from the surrounding cliffs and steep rainforest mountains with the cascading creek a constant soothing background.... more
Cooled by the rainforest in summer and warmed by the wood heaters in winter, the cabins are set within, and separated by, thick rainforest. Imagine sleeping to the sound of the cascading creek and waking to the sounds and sights within the rainforest!
It is the perfect romantic getaway for a couple.
Adjinbilly is a declared Nature Refuge, with a number of rare and endangered species including the Brush Tail Rock Wallaby, Fleays Barred Frog and Alberts Lyre Bird. A wonderful evening can be spent around the campfire surrounded by the rainforest and mountains with the sounds of the cascades for company. Join the platypus and glow - worms guided walks!
Groups or families often book the three cabins and have the whole retreat for themselves. The feeling of freedom and seclusion is unique.... less
Children are welcome, however they must be under the supervision of an adult at all times, as the cabins are near the creek. Protect yourself from possible ticks and leeches by bringing a high strength insect repellent.
Yes. Small dog on lead. Not to enter cabins. Enquire upon booking. No pets at times of full bookings.
There are ten river crossings within the gorge to get to Adjinbilly. Access is by Four Wheel Drive only! Adjinbilly Rainforest Retreat Cabins offer a service where you can leave your car on a private property next to a farmhouse and they will bring you in and out again in their Four Wheel Drive - you get a short guided tour, and experience crossing through the river nine times. Adjinbilly Rainforest Retreat Cabins are very secluded and private and offer absolute peace and tranquility. Even though they are so isolated, they are only nine kilometres from an excellent supermarket - also a newsagent, takeaways, fuel supplies, hotel and more in the township of Killarney!
Walking along the gorge road often provides sightings of platypus. The cliffs and mountains along the gorge road are spectacular.
There are great drives to spectacular sights such as Queen Mary Falls and other waterfalls, Carrs Lookout and the many spectacular features of the border ranges and the scenic rim. It is only 20 minutes from the cabins to the New South Wales border and the Clarence River catchment, while the Stanthorpe wineries are within an easy day trip. Guests often visit the national parks as a day drive.
How To Get There
From Killarney take Brosnans Road and approximately nine kilometres to Adjinbilly Road. You will cross the Condamine River 10 times and travel on a dirt road to reach Adjinbilly.
You can also come up from Boonah. Although there are only four river crossings from this end to Adjinbilly, the road is rougher from this end.
Keep in contact about road conditions and river heights.
Adjinbilly Rainforest Retreat Cabins offer open plan, self contained cabins, with semi enclosed sleeping loft accessed via internal ladder. There is a queen size bed downstairs and a single and a double mattress upstairs (doonas and blankets supplied for all). Gas stove, gas hot water, gas fridge, internal toilet, barbecue on balcony. Wood heater - wood supplied. You can choose linen supplied or you can bring your own (for a discount price). Cabins are set within the rainforest, and are separated so that you often feel you are the only people there. You can watch the fire in the wood heater at night from your bed and when you wake in the morning you are welcomed by the peaceful rainforest surrounding you. Ultimate 'camping' experience.
One bedroom or motel room
Capacity: 5 people
Bed Types Available: Bunk Beds, Double Bed, Queen Size Bed, Single Bed
|$140.00||$140.00||Adult Room Only|
Children: Children are welcome, however they must be under the supervision of an adult at all times, as the cabins are near the creek. Protect yourself from possible ticks and leeches by bringing a high strength insect repellent. Bring good torches and closed in shoes for campfires and night activities (such as glow-worms walk).
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