Ferntree Grove

3.5 Star Self Rated

2204 Springbrook Road, Springbrook, Queensland, 4213


Treat yourself to a mountain holiday, and enjoy the wonders of the Australian rainforest as a bonus. Ferntree Grove is really two small timber cottages both separated by a large outdoor deck area. Whistler house has two bedrooms and Rosella house has three. Both homes have fully equipped kitchens, there is a laundry and the homes are wheel-chair friendly. There is a choice of king-size single or double beds so we can arrange these to suite your needs. Special accommodation packages are available for couples, honeymooners, girls-weekends or special interest groups. When both homes are used, groups of up to 16 may be accommodated.

So, whether you are looking for a simple relaxing escape from your day to day worries, or a place for family or friends to gather, Ferntree Grove offers comfortable accommodation "a world away". It provides an ideal base from which to explore the surrounding countryside. There are real treats in store for walkers, bird watchers, photographers, and all those looking to spend time in a natural environment. The waterfalls are spectaular and the mountain views exceptional.

To make your stay just that special, why not dine at our sister cafe in Springbrook - Puddleducks. Here you will be given a warm welcome with hearty breackfast, tradiational pub-lunch or one of our speciality high teas.

Call or email now to make a reservation.

Room Descriptions

Both homes

By staying in both of our homes, you have complete privacy to self-contained accommodation at Ferntree Grove. Minimum stay is 2 nights. For more information about inclusions and special rates, see our website at www.ferntreegrove.com

Rosella Home

Full and exclusive use of Rosella Home, self-catering. Minimum 2 nights. For additional features visit our website www.ferntreegrove.com

Whistler Home

Full and exclusive use of Whistler Home, self-catering. For minimum of 2 nights. For additional features, visit our website www.ferntreegrove.com

Check In Instructions

Check in is from 2pm. Instructions for accessing the property will be sent once final payments are made. Check out is before 10.00 am.

Children and Extra Guests Details

Children and extra guests may be accommodated at a cost of $50 per person per night.

Car Parking Details

There is a car port for 2 cars and additional cars may be parked in the driveway to the property.

Travel Directions

You can either approach Springbrook road southwards from Mudgeeraba via the Gold Coast-Springbrook Road (route 99) or from the Nerang-Murwillumbah Road (route 97) via Pine Creek Road. Once on Spingbrook Road, travel past Apple Tree Park on the right hand side. A little further is the Theosophical Society. Ferntree Grove is shortly after this on the right hand side of the road.

From Brisbane (North)

Take exit 79, cross over the freeway (West) and pass through the town of Mudgeeraba to travel to Springbrook Mountain- just follow the signs!

From Tweed Heads (South)

Take exit 80 and travel to Springbrook Mountain - just follow the signs!

Things To Do

Springbrook National Park is part of the Gondwna Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area, making it one of the most popular parks in Australia. Springbrook, dominating the skyline west of Broadbeach, is a wonderful retreat with a choice of excellent dining at small cafes and affordable accommodation.

Nestled between Lamington National Park and the coastline, Springbrook National Park is renowned for its waterfalls and ancient Antarctic Beech trees. Be sure to visit Purlingbrook Falls, Canyon Lookout and take a lunch break at Goomoolahra Falls picnic ground at the southern end of Springbrook Road. There are plenty of walking trails to take it all in.

Don't miss the Springbrook Homestead and its fantastic observatory for night-time entertainment with a difference. South of Springbrook, steep roadways through the Numbinbah Valley offer one of the most picturesque drives on the Gold Coast. The valley is home to Natural Bridge, famed for its amazing glow-worm colony.