Cave Rock Cottages, Lamingtonbushwalking, natural swimming holes, private, secluded, self-contained
Secluded Scenic Rim cottage accommodation, perfect for an affordable short-break holiday or romantic weekend getaway: Cave Rock Cottages prides itself in its away from the crowds experience.
The small mountain and creek retreat sits close to the wilderness end of Lamington National Park, surrounded by ancient escarpments of the Scenic Rim, and bordered by the pristine flow of Christmas Creek. Cave Rock’s two cottages are cozy and clean, fully self-contained and best of all, affordable Lamington accommodation.
Points of interest
- The Stinson Spa Cottage is a romantic escape for couples - a wonderful private and intimate retreat, with a large covered deck and deep double 8 jet spa bath.
- Christmas Creek cottage is a one bedroom secluded escape, ideal for couples or families with young children. In winter the wood-combustion heater will keep you toasty.
- Each of the two cottages is quite different and set in its own private spot on Cave Rock's 104 acre property. Both are fully self-contained and Christmas Creek cottage has private creek frontage.
- Peace and seclusion is what Cave Rock is all about - come for bushwalking, birdwatching and total relaxation. Guests also enjoy the pristine creek, lazing in the rapids and tubing with the flow.
- Watch Australian wildlife in its natural setting at Cave Rock - wallabies grazing, shy platypus in the creek, the resident rare glossy black cockatoo and other birds.
Things to do nearby
- Cave Rock Cottages is close to Lamington National Park's wilderness entrance. Although there are no formed tracks or facilities, many visitors enjoy immersing in this secluded creekside setting.
- This end of Lamington also offers access to the renowned Stinson Grave and wreck walks - Experienced walkers, or those with a guide, relish the day spent retracing Bernard O'Reilly's journey to rescue the crew of the stricken Stinson liner.
- Scenic drives through Lost World Valley, or further afield to Beaudesert, the galleries and cafes of Mt Tamborine and quaint high street of Boonah