On a mountaintop 680m above sea level in the centre of a small village, surrounded by beautiful National Park. Staying at the residence of Eungella General Store Est. 1931. Platypus viewing, bird watching, rainforest walking tracks, & restaurants within walking distance & so much more to explore nearby by car or 4WD.
Large fully renovated room & ensuite, sleeps four with a queen bed, king single and single trundle. Has its own entry/exit, air conditioner, heater, TV, bar fridge/freezer, kettle & toaster. Linen & Towels provided.
Street front parking outside the room. Room & ensuite, aircon, heater, tv, dvd player, toaster, kettle, pod machine, fridge/freezer & own entry/exit.
Interaction with guests
Our guests will have as much privacy as they like, but if they need anything at all pop into The General Store and we will do our upmost to help. You are welcome to hang out at the shop and read and drink coffee and interact with the owners and the locals, you will feel at home in no time.
Other things to note
If you have any questions or have any specific requests we are happy to try and help.
No smoking allowed in the room.
Please do not have long showers as we are on tank water. Please be considerate.
I am a country boy, love the bush and the simple pleasures in life. I can't live without my partner Michaela, water, good food, family and friends.
I have only travelled around parts of Australia, I am yet to travel overseas. I enjoy books on fossiking, war and peace. I love country music and enjoy a little bit of other types of music. Love most foods especially dishes containing lamb.
As a host I have tried to think of everything to make your stay as comfortable as possible and wish for you to relax and enjoy your stay. As a guest we would be very respectful, courteous, kind, considerate and would take the upmost care of your home and property and would want to make sure it was a pleasure for you the host to have us as your guests.
"Work for a cause, not for applause. Live life to express not to impress. Don't strive to make your pressence noticed, just make your absence felt."