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Short Drives & Local Attractions

Within a short drive of Broken River Mountain Resort you will discover amazing views, deep rainforest canopies, mountain streams and even waterfalls. The roads are a mix of bitumen and graded soil but are well suited to the standard 2WD vehicles. Those guests with 4WD will be able to explore even further. If you are planning to be touring during lunch talk to our chef about one of our sensational picnic hampers stocked with wonderful goodies to satisfy your appetite and thirst. Attractions not to miss include:



Sky Window

Only a short distance from the main road and wheelchair accessible, this lookout offers breathtaking views over the Pioneer Valley.

Round trip from resort – 5km



Pease’s Lookout

Just north of Eungella on the Dalrymple Road this lookout offers brilliant views down the Pioneer Valley and back to the Eungella range.

Round trip from resort – 24km



Eungella Dam

A leisurely 1/2 hour drive through native forests and cattle farms on unsealed roads to see this huge local water storage facility. The dam has a picnic area and boat ramp for those ready for relaxation or a little more on-water adventure.

Round trip from resort – 50km



Crediton Loop

A return trip around the Crediton plateau offers superb mountain views to Mt Dalrymple and the Broken River catchment area. Deep rainforest canopies and old bridges are a highlight on the easy drive.

Round trip from resort – 22km



Eungella Chalet

Perched on the edge of the escarpment at the top of the Eungella Range, the Chalet offers exceptional views of the Pioneer Valley. The Chalet is a wonderful stopping point for lunch and hosts regular hang-gliding events from the neighbouring take-off ramp.

Round trip from resort – 11km



Finch-Hatton Gorge

Further down the valley from Eungella, this beautiful gorge has waterfalls that flow all year round, fresh-water swimming holes, wonderful walking tracks, Forest Flying and a picnic area with tables. Within the Finch Hatton Gorge, there are a couple of magnificent walking trails. The shorter walk is 1.6km (one way), taking you to the small, but pretty Araluen Falls. It returns along the same path, however, it also makes up the first section of the longer walk (which is definitely worth the extra distance). The longer walk continues on to the Wheel of Fire Falls, and is a total of 3km (one way). The scenery along the walks is wonderful, with a variety of plants and trees.

Round trip from resort – 52km


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