Glasshouse Mountains Ecolodge

198 Barrs Road, Glasshouse Mountains

A great base for exploring the Sunshine Coast

In the heart of a national heritage treasure, the Glasshouse Mountains Ecolodge – located 60 minutes north of  Brisbane – offers an excellent nature-based experience in a fascinating area of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland in South East Queensland.

It makes a great base for bush walks, visit 26-million-year-old volcanic peaks, go birdwatching or stroll the lodge's own sub-tropical orchard.

Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo is less than ten minutes' drive away and the local beaches are 30 minutes away.
Choose from a variety of accommodation types, including bungalows, family rooms, historic train carriages and even a restored 120-year-old timber church, complete with loft.

The Glasshouse Mountains Ecolodge has Advanced Eco-accreditation with numerous self guided walks including a children’s “Seek & Find” Trail.

Features

  • Walking distance to Glasshouse MOUNTAINS National parks entrance
  • Sightsee, bush walk or climb the many peaks
  • 10 minutes drive to Australia Zoo
  • Open 7 days per week – 8.00am till 6.00pm
  • 12 rooms in total including fully self contained Bungalows, Restored Train carriages and even a restored 130 year old Church
  • Family rooms and standard Orchard rooms also available
  • Guests can choose to self cater in our restored Queensland train carriage dining car or eat out at the local Tavern, Hotel or restaurants all with in a 10 minute drive.