The Tree House is a three story, four bedroom and two bathroom timber house built over Cedar Creek. Due to the hight over the creek from the verandahs the Tree House is not suitable for children under the age of eight.
Power is generated for the Tree House via a hydro system which runs off Cedar creek, plus a solar system. These systems provide all the Tree House's power needs via 24v and 240v.
The power is stored in batteries so watching the watts is needed like a water tank, it is limited. Because the power is limited and not connected to the grid we ask guests not to bring any items with heating elements eg. coffee making machines, hair dryers or straighteners, cooking crocks ect, or amplifiers, electric instruments as they will drain the batteries and not leave enough power for lights, TV, sound system, computer. Items guests can bring are phone and computers for charging.
If guests want unlimited power we can organise a generator at additional cost.
The property looks over Cedar Creek and the park like gardens which are nestled in the rainforest. A natural pool below the house offers guests refreshing dips or just a tranquil place to sit.
A park like environment merging into the rainforest with the sounds of Cedar Creek flowing below the house.
We do not promote parties at the Tree House and limit guests to 8 due to power constraints and a septic system. If guests want to have an event eg wedding then this can be negotiated with owners so we can cater to a higher number of people and power needs.
We welcome guests who want to experience an exceptional natural environment and who want to stay at accommodation which is the closest available to the summit of Mt Warning. The Tree House has stunning scenery and and a comfortable venue for R&R, a wonderful place to appreciate a piece of paradise.
Tweed Region Northern New South Wales.
Situated within the caldera of Mt Warning and abutting the Wollumbin World Heritage National Park, the Tree House stands on the banks of Cedar Creek which it overlooks.
The Tweed Region offers many environments from the beautiful ocean beaches of Kingscliff and Cabarita to the majestic and ancient rainforests of the National Park.
The Tweed, in particular Murwillumbah, offer cultural attractions like the Margaret Olley exhibition at the Tweed Art Gallery.
Whale watching from anywhere on the Tweed coast particularly Hastings and Fingal is special as are the surfing opportunities at Cabarita and Duranbah.
Byron is only 3/4 hour drive and the Gold Coast Airport about an hour making the Tree House, "not too fare away but just far enough"