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We stayed in one of the Treehouses at the end and therefore were very quiet and secluded which is exactly what we wanted.
We were visited by all of the locals including all the bird life, possums and bush turkeys. We went to feed the...More
Beautiful spot in the midst of a rain-forest and you almost don't need to leave your room and balcony to enjoy the bird life and wildlife, possums come at night to enjoy your meal and during the day, a myriad of parrots, cat-birds, rifle birds...More
From the moment we arrived down the long driveway and into David's home we felt very calm and relaxed.
David is very informative when you arrive and then allows total privacy.
There are 5 cabins perched up it the tree canopy and all spaced well...More
We travelled around Australia for a month and this was definitely our favourite place of all. The treehouses are luxurious, with fluffy robes and a spa bath. They are spacious...the kids slept in the loft and we had our own room. They are self-catering, allowing...More
We had an absolutely fantastic time in the rainforest staying in a extremely well maintained treehouse. This was part of a tour of Australia with our Australian family. They had not stayed in the area before and they were delighted they came with us. It...More
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US$249 - US$312 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi. None of the windows have screens, from memory. But there are also no mosquitoes. I can't say I saw many insects at all. The problem with having the windows open is that the cheeky little possums will come in at night and... More
Hi. None of the windows have screens, from memory. But there are also no mosquitoes. I can't say I saw many insects at all. The problem with having the windows open is that the cheeky little possums will come in at night and help themselves to your food. Haha. We only ever stayed in July so it was lovely and cold and we were happy to close the house up before it got dark. I couldn't said if it gets humid during warmer months. I suppose it would but it is this almost magical little pocket of rainforest that hides the sun and remains cool all day long. We would go walking at midday and have no concerns for sun exposure or heat.
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There are several waterfalls on the Atherton Tablelands within a an hour drive of the Treehouses. The rainforest is all around you and I would walk through the rainforest at the Canopy Treehouses as this is one of the few... More
There are several waterfalls on the Atherton Tablelands within a an hour drive of the Treehouses. The rainforest is all around you and I would walk through the rainforest at the Canopy Treehouses as this is one of the few places that have not been cleared. I have walked through the rainforest here and have seen Whip Birds, Tree Kangaroos, Green Tailed Possums etc. There are several tracks you can follow through the rainforest. You can feed the turtles and sometimes, if you are quiet, you can see platypus in the Ithaca River. The Treehouses overlook the Ithaca River. It is worth staying here.