Lodges can sleep either two or four
Located on the slope of towering Mount Abrupt, the Lofthouses and Treehouses are set in their own secluded area, surrounded by dense bushland and wildlife .
Contemporary, award-winning designs of lodges have features including fully equipped kitchens, red gum floors, day beds with large cushions that are set in huge picture windows and also scenic patios with outdoor setting and as barbecue.
Aquila Eco Lodges is widely recognised for its low environmental impact approach to development and sets a benchmark for ecotourism. Covenanted with Trust for Nature and accredited with Advanced Ecotourism Australia, it is a must stop while touring the Great Southern Touring Route.
Come and take in the scenery, enjoy the relaxation or get active on one of the many walks and climbs in the area. Experience the wonders of eco living, and discover that your comfort and enjoyment is enhanced by this sustainable approach to living.
Content: Aquila Eco Lodges
$280 is a midweek rate, $300 weekend rate, $330 long weekends. Additional charges for more than two guests apply: $55 per adult, $45 per child. Price per night drops for stays longer than 2 nights.
Stringy Bark Lofthouse
Smoke Bush Lofthouse
Living area sports two comfortable day, located along large
windows, and a leather couch.
The kitchen is modern and well equipped for cooking. Milk, coffee, tea and cooking condiments are provided.
Large veranda has got a BBQ and an outdoor dining area.
This lodge has got a good wheelchair access and is suitable for guests with mobility issues.
- Actively welcomes people with access needs
- Suitable for guests with sufficient mobility to climb two or three steps, but would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance
- Suitable for guests who depend on the use of a wheelchair in a seated position at all times
- Free Wifi
- ECO Certified (Advanced Ecotourism) by Ecotourism Australia
- Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
- The Ecotourism Association of Australia
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