Honeybee House is a fully furnished and self-contained holiday home at Speewah, less than a 10 minute drive from the rainforest village of Kuranda in Tropical North Queensland.
We offer guests a quiet retreat in a comfortable two bedroom house on 5 acres of tropical gardens and rainforest.
The house will sleep a maximum of 6 guests in two queen size beds and a sofa bed. There is also a wood burning combustion heater in the lounge/dining area, which will ensure your comfort in the colder months of the year June to August. Firewood is supplied free of charge.
Well-behaved pets are welcome. Pets are not allowed on the furniture. Any soiling of furniture will incur extra cleaning charges. Pet owners are responsible for cleaning up after their animal, both inside the house and in the garden.
Please do not leave your dog alone at the house if they might bark or escape. Barking will attract complaints from the neighbours, and roaming dogs will attract the attention of the Council Dog Ranger. It is fine for your dog to be inside with you, but not on their own, and never in the bedrooms or on the furniture.
We have a shady, fenced area on the side of the house.
The nearest swimming pool from Honeybee House is at the Speewah Tavern, just a couple of minutes drive away. This is a good place for dinner when you do not feel like cooking.
There is also the Kuranda Aquatic Centre at 262 Myola Road, Kuranda.
Kuranda is surrounded by World Heritage listed wet tropics rainforest with approximately 1,200 species of flowering plants, 800 of which are rainforest trees.
There are many things to do whilst staying at Honeybee House. Below are just a few of the options.
Enjoy The Barron Falls and treetop boardwalk, as well as bush walks within the rainforest around the village.
Hop onto the Kuranda Riverboat for a 45 minute informative tour.
Take a relaxing, slow and easy ATV ride through Barron Falls Estate in Kuranda on their Rainforest & Orchard Tour.
Explore the Kuranda Arts Co-operative Gallery in Coondoo Street.
Travel on the Kuranda Scenic Railway in the afternoon to Freshwater and then return to Kuranda on the world famous Skyrail Rainforest Cableway.
Meet the largest collection of free-flying birds in Australia at Birdworld Kuranda.
Cuddle a koala, feed the kangaroos and wallabies, see snakes and freshwater crocodiles at the Kuranda Koala Gardens.
Marvel at the amazing tropical butterflies in the walk-through rainforest enclosure at the Australian Butterfly Sanctuary.
Visit the Original Kuranda Markets and the Heritage Markets.
Taste the delicious Kuranda Homemade Tropical Ice Cream, which is produced in many flavours such as mango, coconut macadamia etc.
Sample the sweets made at the Kuranda Candy Kitchen.
Visit Bat Reach in Kuranda where injured flying fox bats and other native wildlife are cared for.
Half an hour’s drive west from Kuranda is Mareeba where the rainforest meets the outback. Below is a list of some of the things you can do on the Atherton Tableland and beyond.
There is Jaques Coffee Plantation and the Golden Drop Mango Winery where you can relax and taste their products.
Visit the towns on the Atherton Tableland and the many majestic waterfalls, such as Millaa Millaa Falls and the crater lakes of Eacham and Barrine.
Mungalli Creek Dairy at Millaa Millaa offers award-winning bio-dynamic milk, yoghurt and cheeses and welcomes visitors.
Gallo Dairyland at Atherton produces gourmet cheeses and hand-crafted chocolate.
Mareeba Heritage Museum and Tourist Information Centre
The Mareeba Tropical Savanna and Wetlands Reserve
Tolga Bat Hospital Tolga
Close-Up Birding Adventures - Far North Queensland Birdwatching Tours
Queensland Heritage Trails Network
Granite Gorge Nature Park
Mount Uncle Distillery
Mango Wines from Golden Drop Tropical Fruit Winery North Queensland
Aboriginal Culture - Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park
Hot Air Balloon Adventure
Herberton Historic Village
Spy & Camera museum
Down and Dirty Quad Bike Tours- ATV Adventures
Mareeba Golf Club