Relax by the fire, unplug from your busy life and reconnect with each other. Enjoy a true getaway.
Come and experience this amazing property nestled in 52 acres of native eucalypt forest with guaranteed privacy. Perfect for that romantic winter getaway. Curl up with a good book by the fire in the main house or gaze at the star filled sky at night next to the camp fire.
This hand crafted and sustainably built three bedroom pole home is on the side of Wolvi mountain. There is ample open living space and facilities to entertain and connect with family and friends. Perfect for a cozy romantic getaway or fun family holiday unplugged from city life.
With two queen sized bedrooms upstairs plus double bed with single bunk and separate single bed downstairs. This house comfortably sleeps three couples or two families of four.
Fully appointed kitchen including oven & gas cooktop
Coffee Machine (BYO Expresso ground)
TV and DVD player
Air-conditioning and fire place in the main living area
Internal and outdoor shower
External fire pit
Indoor and outdoor dining.
Board games, magazines, books and movies.
Many bush walks and trails on the property and nearby.
Ample undercover parking
Wolvi is a caring, peaceful and safe community with an eclectic range of people including artists, musicians, environmentalists, farmers and tree changers. The Wolvi mountain area contains a diverse mix of farming activity including macadamia nuts, mangos, lichees, crayfish and finfish, poultry, milk and dairy products and beef cattle.
2hrs & 20mins north of the Brisbane CBD via Gympie taking the Rainbow Beach turn off.
1hr & 15mins north of the Sunshine Coast Airport (Maroochydore)
50mins north of Noosa via Pomona & Kin Kin
Distance to things to do in and around Wolvi:
5 minutes to the Wolvi General Store
15 minutes to the famous Noosa Trail popular for horse riding and hiking.
20 minutes to have an amazing steak at the Kin Kin Pub.
20 minutes to explore the heritage atmosphere of the gold rush and timber town of Gympie. The Gold Mining and Forestry museums are a must as well as the Mary valley rattler (steam train).
30 minutes to sail a catamaran or kayak on Lake Cootharaba head to Boreen point.
35 minutes to Eumundi markets (Wed, Fri, Sat).
35 minutes to feeding the dolphins at Tin Can Bay.
45 minutes to Rainbow Beach. Horse riding on the beach, sky diving and surfing among popular activities. The food at the Rainbow Beach Surf Lifesaving Club is fantastic with an awesome view of the ocean and Double Island Point.
If you have a 4WD you can access:
Inskip Point and barge access to magnificent Fraser Island (50 minutes drive).
Explore magnificent coloured sands of Rainbow Beach and Double Island Point, accessible either via the tranquil rainforest Freshwater Track or along the long curving coloured sandy beach via Rainbow Beach (at low tide).
Explore the Cooloola national park and visit Harrys Hut on the banks of the beautiful Noosa River.
Rainforest walks and fresh water waterholes a must see.
When you are worn out from all of these unique natural experiences you can relax and enjoy unwinding in this private oasis.
A truly undiscovered and remarkable part of South East Queensland.