Discover Eungella - Broken River
Eungella National Park
Eungella - Broken River offers a variety of accommodation options from caravan and tent sites to luxury self contained cabins for a romantic getaway, it is the perfect place to unwind, relax, recharge and forget life's problems. To make a booking please call the Accommodation Facility.
Day 1 – Getting to Eungella – Broken River.
If you are doing a self-drive trip, stop at Finch Hatton George, before you continue your journey up the Valley to Eungella and Broken River. The Gorge offers something for everyone with short walks winding through a complex rainforest environment with fast flowing streams, cascades and waterfalls. It is worthwhile arriving early in the afternoon at Eungella –Broken River, have a stop at the Sky Window lookout and take a short walk to the Strangler Fig Tree Arch which is half way on the Pine Grove – Cedar Track before checking in at your selected accommodation. At about 4:30 pm make your way to the new Broken River Platypus Walk. There are 3 platforms where you can see Platypus in the wild before recharging back at your accommodation for the day’s ahead.
Day 2 Eungella - Broken River.
Kick-start your day with breakfast and coffee in the rainforest at Platypus Lodge Restaurant & Café before taking a stroll through the new Visitors Information Centre at Broken River. Explore Eungella National Park which features over 20km of self-guided rainforest walking trails. Lunch like a local at the Historic Eungella Chalet with breathtaking views of the picturesque Pioneer Valley. Then take one of the self-drive scenic tours which lead you through the subtropical rainforest, picturesque rolling hills and to breathtaking lookouts.
Day 3 Scenic Drive to Eungella Dam or 4WD Adventure Drive.
Grab a bite to eat from one of the cafés or Restaurants Eungella has to offer. If you like water activities, then escape the National park and take a drive to the Eungella Dam, Eungella Dam lookout, Mt Barker Plateau. Bring your bathers, boat, canoe and windsurfer. Fishing is allowed if you have a permit.
Diggings and Denham Range is more for the 4WD enthusiasts. The drives provide you with an incredible change of scenery and views. Finish your day with dinner and drinks at Broken River Mountain Resort - Possums Table Restaurant.
Day 4 Cloudy Mountain Ranch.
Cloudy Mountain Ranch invites you to share in the love of horses alongside Mandy.
We have put together a few horse experiences, something sure to please everyone, all set in the lush rolling hills of Eungella.
If you have a love of horses but have never been given the opportunity to interact with these majestic animals, then we have something special for you.
Day 5 Forest Flying.
There is no better way to see Eungella National Park pristine rain forest other than with a flying fox tour! Forest Flying will have you gliding through the treetops serenely and safely. The tours are a fantastic way for people of all ages to get up close and personal with the wonders of nature. Discover all the fun of a fully guided Forest Flying Tour and see the pristine beauty of the Finch Hatton Gorge from the treetops! Your personal harness and pulley glides along the cable for a serene and educational outing, all with minimal disruption to the habitat. You will have total control of the speed at which you travel along the cable.
Day 6 Rainforest Scuba.
Rainforest Scuba offers you a WORLDS 1st chance of a lifetime to dive in the RAINFOREST'S crystal clear freshwater with turtles, fish, gordian worms, eels and if you're one of the lucky ones a platypus. The only dive shop in the world that can offer you this unique experience to dive in the rainforest waters with the chance of being in the water at the same time as a platypus.