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Cedar Park Rainforest Resort

Location: Kuranda, Tropical North Queensland

Check In: 14:00|Check Out: 10:00
Hours: 8am to 8pm

Cedar Park offers intimate boutique accommodation in five large suites at our gothic style lodge. Each suite has a verandah where you may listen to the sounds of the rainforest while looking out onto endless shades of green. It is normal to spot a wallaby or pademelon grazing in our gardens, and a wide variety of birds, insects and other animals may be spotted at either end of the day.

The resort’s ten acres is dotted with hammocks so you can find a cozy, private corner to have a nap, read a book or fit two inside and have an intimate discussion. Indoor and outdoor games are freely available.

The creek running around Cedar Park Resort borders the Baron Gorge National Park.

All suites feature a new air conditioning and heating system. There is free high speed wifi throughout the hotel. Be aware we have no television in the rooms.

Free wifi internet access is available in all rooms and public areas. Kitchen / cooking facilities in your suite include a full size refrigerator / freezer, microwave oven, baking (pizza) oven, electric frypan, rice maker, sandwich press, electric kettle, toaster, cooking and cleaning utensils. Beer, wine, cocktails and soft drinks are for sale in your mini bar or you may bring your own. Dine in the privacy of your suite or on our rainforest dining deck.

Details

MORE INFO FROM OUR ROOM BOOK

Welcome to your retreat. Feel free to explore the grounds. The orchard, Barramundi pond and ping pong table are up from the lodge. Dinden National Park and Ganyan Creek are down in front. You may relax on the large back deck. There are books and games you may borrow. Wifi is available throughout the lodge without a password.

COMPLEMENTARY Tea, coffee, milk, biscuits, nut mix, port wine (in the small bottle on the shelf) and breakfast items are all free of charge.

MINI-BAR DRINKS All soft drinks and alcoholic beverages in your fridge are priced on the mini-bar list.

BREAKFAST Breakfast is included in your room rate and can be found in the refrigerator. We will vary the amount depending on your length of stay. Fresh coffee, teas, juice, bread, butter, jam, honey, farm fresh eggs, local milk, cereal and more can be found in one area of your refrigerator and countertop. Please put these items away after use and wash dishes. Thank you.

OUR MEALS You will find an assortment of quality frozen meals and desserts in your freezer. These are priced on the mini-bar list and will be charged to your room when you check out.

YOUR MEALS You may cook your own food in your room or there is an outdoor gas BBQ. We have additional cooking equipment located in the main lobby which you may borrow.

DINING AREAS You are welcome to your breakfast, lunch or dinner on the main deck, your verandah or in your room. Please clean up after yourself including washing dishes and place food rubbish in the bin outside the front entrance. Do not leave food rubbish in your room. This is to avoid little rainforest creatures from eating your leftovers in the night.

WIRELESS INTERNET Wireless internet is available throughout the building. There is no password.

PHONES There is mobile phone reception only via the Telstra network. We have a booster is in the lobby / outdoor deck. If you are not getting a good signal please sit here. Mobile data works quickly.

SMOKING Please do not smoke inside the resort building or verandahs / deck.

CHECK OUT TIME 10am.

ROOM CLEANING Rooms are only serviced after three nights. Please hang your towels to dry. Should you need your towels put in the dryer please ask.

LAUNDRY Laundry service is available for $18 per load - washed, dried and folded.

DRINKING WATER Tap water is filtered and delicious to drink. There is a cold water bottle in your fridge which you may refill.

SWIMMING Ganyan Creek, located with Dinden National Park runs right below the main deck and room verandahs. There are no crocodiles and you may swim at your own risk. When the creek is high and flowing quickly it is not safe to swim.

Facilities

  • Ceiling Fan
  • Children facilities
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Kitchen Facilities
  • Deck
  • Wood Fire
  • Playground
  • Wifi access
  • Linen Provided
  • Flush Toilets
  • Heating
  • BBQ
  • Balcony
  • Laundry
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Car Parking
  • Non-motorised water sports
  • Air Conditioned
  • Reverse Cycle Airconditioning
  • Covered Picnic Tables
  • Air Conditioning
  • Clothes Line
  • Cot available on request
  • Bedding
  • Fireplace
  • Spa/Hot tub/Jacuzzi
  • Conference/Meeting facilities
  • Breakfast Provisions
  • Gas Barbeques
  • Picnic Tables

Location

250 Cedar Park Rd, Kuranda Qld 4881, Australia

Directions

• We are a self-drive destination and do not provide a pick-up service. To explore the beauty of the Tablelands you are more flexible with a car. Rental cars are available at the airport and Cairns city.

From Cairns take the scenic drive up the mountain to Kuranda, the famous “Village in the Rainforest” (20 minutes).

From Kuranda, follow the Kennedy Highway 12 km towards Mareeba (10 minutes).

Turn left at the Cedar Park Rainforest Resort sign (Clohesy River Road). This becomes an unsealed road accessible to conventional vehicles year round with care.

The road is a total of 6kms and will take you about 10 minutes to drive to our property at the end.

Cancellation Policy

We are a small retreat not a hotel so people plan in advance to visit us. Late cancellations do not normally fill again.

For cancellations made more than 7 days before arrival no fee is charged and deposit is returned in full.

Cancellations made within 7 days of the arrival date will be charged the full amount of the booking.

Travel insurance is recommended

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The City of Ballarat acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land we live and work on, the Wadawurrung and Dja Dja Wurrung People, and recognises their continuing connection to the land and waterways. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging and extend this to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People.