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over 50,000 hectares of pristine rainforest

Activities

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Platypus Viewing

The resort is a short walk from the platypus viewing platforms that are open to the public and free to access.

 

The best times to see platypus are when they feed in the early morning or late afternoon. 

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Things To Do

Feel like going for a drive? There are some great local attractions within driving distance from the resort that offer many things you can see and do.

 

Drives vary in length and time. For more information, click the button below. 

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Where to eat

There are many local shops, cafes and other businesses to visit in the Broken River and Eungella area.
 

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Rainforest Walks

There are many rainforest walks within Eungella National Park along which you can discover amazing views, deep rainforest canopies, mountain streams and waterfalls.

 

Walks vary in length and time. For more information, click the button below. 

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Tourist Drives

Feel like going for a drive? There are some great local attractions within driving distance from the resort that offer many things you can see and do.

 

Drives vary in length and time. For more information, click the button below. 

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Scenic Lookouts

Due to its altitude, Eungella offers some great views of nearby valleys. These are accessible by car and by foot.

 

For more information on how to get to these scenic lookouts, click the button below. 

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Spotlighting

Guests can join our resident environmentalist for a guided evening walk through the rainforest. This is a unique opportunity to see nocturnal animals in the national park.

 

Away from city lights, on clear nights you can easily see the Milky Way.