Bliss on Boongala provides a comfortable and relaxing environment for friends and families seeking an relaxing getaway with the added bonus of fabulous hinterland and coastal views.
Fully self-contained with 3 bedrooms, spa bath, air-conditioning and a slow combustion log fire for cosy winter nights, this holiday home comfortably sleeps up to six adults.
The glorious views of the Sunshine Coast from nearly every room, along with Bliss on Boongala's close proximity to Montville Village, ensures a delightful array of choices for recreation and relaxation.
Please note: Prices advertised on this site are an estimate only and a confirmed price will be quoted by our managing agents upon request - during peak periods such as Easter there is a 3 day minimum and Christmas is a 5 day minimum
Montville: Montville is nestled in the heart of the Sunshine Coast hinterland on the Blackall Range, approximately 40 minutes south-east of Noosa. The region is nothing short of spectacular with an awesome natural beauty that includes gorges and waterfalls, rain forests and scenic reserves, lakes and lilyponds - and magnificent sweeping views.
The weather is superb, with slightly cooler temperatures than the coast and far less humidity. The rural village charm, diverse architecture, and stylish shops and eateries, art galleries and wineries makes it one of Queensland's premium destinations.
Renowned as a popular tourist destination, the Blackall Range boasts extraordinary views of the Glasshouse Mountains plus panoramic coastal vistas. Baroon Pocket Dam, Kondalilla Falls NP, Mapleton Falls NP and Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve are extremely popular, as is the Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk which starts at Lake Baroon and winds through the national parks to Mapleton.
Things to do:
Montville Village: is 1 km north along the range from Bliss On Boongala with views to Mt. Coolum and the coast. Montville looks like an old world English village with lots of tourist shops, cafes, arts and crafts shops.
Maleny: a 1920s streets cape of interesting/eclectic shops, gourmet cheese shop Colin James Fine Foods, organic market, large IGA for groceries, art galleries and on Sunday mornings go to the Community Hall for a farmers’ market & local crafts. Or visit the Maleny Dairy for a milking tour.
Pony trail rides: the Animal Farm @ Maleny.
Vineyards: Blind Man’s Bluff, Settlers Rise, Kenilworth Bluff Wines and Little Morgue Winery.
The Valley Rattler: Various scenic tours through The Mary Valley aboard a C17 steam locomotive, leaving from Gympie.
Australia Zoo: legacy of the legendary Steve Irwin. Located in Beerwah, about a 30 minute drive
The Ginger Factory: Home of the World's Finest Ginger, Buderim Ginger. The Ginger Factory is the perfect place to experience a real taste of Queensland. There are plenty of things to do and see including many family activities.
Beaches: 35 minute drive to the surf at Moolooaba, down the charming Hunchy Road which takes in little rural towns of Wombye and Palmwoods. Visit Underwater World.
Noosa: 45 minutes up the coast to this trendy, international seaside resort. Upmarket shopping and dining.
Eumundi Markets: These are now famous Wed & Sat with 100s of stalls. Eumundi is a small town with charm and history on the way to Noosa.
Yandina growers markets: only 30 minutes from the house, private people also sell second hand goods and plants. Visit historic Yandina House.
Kenilworth: a leisurely hour’s round trip inland Mapleton, Kenilworth, Witta, Maleny, Montville, Flaxton, Mapleton past dairies, rolling green pastures, rivers. Stop in Kenilworth to visit the cheese factory, quality art gallery and organic butcher. Their 1930s unrenovated pub is a step back in time.
Bush walking: Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk provides for easy to difficult walks of short or long duration through spectacular mountains and valleys to waterfalls and rivers.