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Maleny Chateau Pool, Country experience,Creek,Gym284 Burgum Road , North Maleny QLD Australia 4552
5 Bedrooms / 7 Beds
4 Full 1 Half Baths
About this listing
The most discerning traveler will be impressed by the worldly opulence of Maleny Chateau. This unique private luxury property is set on 34 acres of prime Obi Obi Creek frontage, where you can take in the scenery or even have a swim. Stunning high cliff faces to marvel at. A sunken sunroom, formal dining and lounge rooms. Pool room with fireplace, amazing gym . Beautiful 20m horizon saltwater pool. A master with views over this scenic property. Relax and unwind.
we give our guests space but Holly and Craig are professional hosts our staff Bnb booking are available by phone or text anytime
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Maleny is a quiet country town full of things to see and visit. You’ll see more than a few fat, happy cows grazing on impossibly green fields. And yes, dairy country means milk, cream, cheese, and yogurt – save time to sample some in local tasting rooms, at the Sunday farmers market, or at Maleny restaurants. It has its own craft brewery.
Maleny feels more like an authentic locals’ town than its cutesy cousin, Montville. But you’ll still find plenty of galleries and gift shops to explore, as well as some treats to tickle your palate.
Rainforest Discovery Center. Here, you can learn more about this diverse ecosystem, and chat to the friendly volunteers about recent wildlife sightings. Then head out on one of the walking tracks. The most popular is the 1.7-kilometer Rainforest Loop.
No matter which track you choose, walking through here is like a meditation. As you descend into the cool dark forest, palm leaves quiver overhead, shrill bird calls pierce the damp air, and centuries-old trees loom overhead.
Visit Maleny Botanic Gardens & Bird World or sit back and enjoy a beer and lunch at Brouhaha a modest, no-fuss brewery where high quality craft beer met with fresh, local produce for patrons near and far.
Hike through the Rainforest at Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve. Birdsong – and silence. That’s the soundtrack you’ll hear as you stroll through the tranquil rainforest trails at Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve. This 55-hectare rainforest preserve provides a glimpse of what most of the Blackall Ranges once looked like.
Maleny Botanic Gardens and Bird World offers a dose of colorful flora and fauna. Sitting high on an escarpment and ringed by rainforest, these terraced 18-acre gardens burst with life all year-round. They are also home to colorful parrots from around the globe.You can wander along the six kilometers of walking paths, past gardens brimming with azaleas, orchids, palms, ferns, and rare cycads. Waterfalls and ponds punctuate the property, providing picturesque picnic spots, and a treehouse offers panoramic views across the patchwork of colorful gardens and the mountains.
Montville is made for strolling. Galleries, gift shops, boutiques, and alfresco cafés crowd the cobbled streets here, and cute cottages and craft stores peek out from behind billowing blossoms.
If gallery gazing is top on your priority list, head to Montville Art Gallery. Here, you’ll find colorful Aussie art including vibrant paintings of wildlife and landscapes. See more iconic Aussie landscapes at Ben Messina Landscapes Gallery, and purchase some fine art photography to take home.
Kondalilla Falls, the centerpiece attraction of Kondalilla National Park, is among the most beautiful waterfalls on the Sunshine Coast.
Tucked between Maleny and Montville, Baroon Pocket Dam offers a welcome slice of nature’s serenity. Surrounded by palm and eucalyptus forests, this pretty lake is a lovely spot to hike the trails, cast a line, or enjoy a picnic. You can also drive over the dam wall to see the water gushing over the dam spillway.
Looking for a place to soak up some nature with the kids? You’ll find covered picnic tables, free barbecues, playgrounds, and plenty of wildlife to keep them entertained. Kangaroos, koalas, and prehistoric-looking lace monitors are commonly spotted along the banks of the dam, and you’ll also see plenty of birds, including egrets and kookaburras.
Ever wanted to bottle feed a calf? This is your chance! At Maleny Dairies, you can take a farm and factory tour with the kids and find out how a small family-owned dairy farm operates, getting the milk, from the teet to the table.
Tours start with a short movie about the dairy’s history, then you’ll see the factory, a milking demonstration, and maybe even get to bottle feed a calf. And yes, you’ll get to sample some of the products along the way, including milk, yogurt, cream, and custard.
Few people can say they’ve captured a glimpse of a platypus in the wild. But if you’re visiting Maleny, you have an excellent chance to see one of these elusive monotremes right near downtown on the Obi Obi Boardwalk.
Part of the Maleny Trail system’s 6.7-kilometer loop trail, the Obi Obi Boardwalk section is only 900 meters out and back.
Start your adventure at the Maleny Showgrounds – or at Maple Street for a shorter walk. From here, the Obi Obi Boardwalk threads along the edge of Obi Obi Creek, with several platypus viewing platforms along the way. It’s really part boardwalk, part paved trail, and part dirt trail, but it’s flat and easy to navigate.
In a place full of breathtaking vistas wherever you look, it’s hard to pick the perfect lookout. But McCarthy’s is worth a quick stop. This is a great place to visit for uninterrupted views of the Glass House Mountains. These bizarre-shaped peaks are actually volcanic plugs popping out of the lush valley, and they are listed on the Queensland and National Historic Register as a landscape of National Significance.
You can’t beat Gardners Falls. The falls lie down a paved, flat creekside trail about 300 meters from the parking lot.
Along the way, you’ll see visitors soaking in the rocky rapids of Obi Obi Creek. Plonk yourself in a rock pool as the cool, clear water rushes by, and you’ll feel like you’re in heaven on a hot, muggy day.
Soak in the Rock Pools at Gardners Falls. The mini rapids and rock pools culminate in the main falls at the end of the trail. Though not particularly high, they score points for their picturesque setting – and their accessibility. You can sit right up near the lip of the falls while the cool water rushes all around you before spilling over into a pool below.
YOU WILL NEED A CAR OR USE UBER OR TAXI
5 minutes to Maleny town centre
42 minutes to sunshine airport
1 hr 11 mins to brisbane airport
36 mins to caloundra beach
1hr to Noosa heads
- ID: 13546
- Guests: 13
- Bedrooms: 5
- Beds: 7
- Bathrooms: 4.5
- Check-in After: 15:00
- Check-out Before: 10:00
- Type: House
- night: $800
- Additional guests: $100
- Allow additional guests: Yes
- Cleaning fee: $590
- Coffee Maker
- Dishes & Utensils
- Fire extinguisher
- Fitness Room / Equipment
- Free parking on premises
- Hair Dryer
- Iron & Board
- Lawn / Garden
- Linens Provided
- Pantry Items
- Smoke detector
- Towels Provided
- Washing Machine
Terms & rules
- Smoking allowed: No
- Pets allowed: Yes
- Party allowed: No
- Children allowed: Yes