Eco Cabins - Opened Jun 2013
Our stunning Eco Cabin Pavilions overlooking the lake are the perfect palce to celebrate a special event with the poerson you love. The tranquility is the perfect antidote to our busy lifestyles.
Also a great place to create, reflect, recover of study.
We have created photo albums at http://www.facebook.com/MtCottonGuesthouseRetreat so you can explore the various styles and decor.
Hidden on our 50 acres of bushland, you will be able to lose yourself in this beautiful natural area.
The cabins are completely self contained with a large open plan design, large covered and screened deck so you can relax and take in the views of the lake or the bushland. Beautiful bamboo floors, stone kitchen benchtops and gorgeous furnishings make these a perect location to rekindle relationships, stimulate your creative energy or relax completely and rejuvenate.
The cabins are available for a minimum 2 night stay with discounted rates for longer stays and short term accommodation.
Boom-Ber-Pee Private Nature Refuge
Identified as a significant environmental site due to its key location in the wildlife corridor and in the heart of the Koala Coast area, there is so much to enjoy.
In 2011 we established a covenant over the substantial part of the area and with the state government creating the Boom-Ber-Pee Private Nature Refuge. Here's what the state government had to say:
'Boom-ber-pee koala nature refuge will link with several existing protected areas, including Venman Bushland National Park, Cornubia Forest Nature Refuge and a number of Logan City Council reserves.The 18-hectare property is currently home to a multi award winning eco bed and breakfast retreat thatwill coexist with the nature refuge and local koalas. Containing remnant endangered and of concern regional ecosystems, the site will be a haven for koalas as well as glossy black cockatoos.'
Recognised with over 70 species of birds formally identified on the property, it is considered by birding enthusiasts as a great location for avitourism.
Our property is part of the 'Land for Wildlife' Program and is also part of the 'Koala Conservation' Program.
In March 2010 we were awarded a federal grant to further Koala habitat conservation on the property as well as planting 100's of trees in just one small area.