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Hidden amidst the inland slopes of the Great Dividing Range, Kingbilli is a tranquil world designed with families in mind. A 200 acre wildlife refuge and rural farming property, home to a wealth of wondrous wildlife and cuddly domestic animals, this serene environment creates an idyllic hideaway for holiday-makers and their children to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and experience a little old fashioned Aussie bush magic.With two bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom and living/dining room with wood-fire, Kingbilli’s self-contained bluestone cottage provides the perfect base from which families may explore their surroundings. A place where children can be children and parents can relax. Guests remain private and independent whilst children are free to wander where they will, cuddling llamas, donkeys, ponies and horses along the way. Birds abound, whilst most native mammals are best spotted after dark, although keen eyes may glimpse kangaroos grazing amongst the llamas, or a chubby wombat sunning himself after a chilly night.Activities are plentiful, from hiking through the bushland sanctuary or the magnificent Cathedral Ranges to relaxing in your hot-tub whilst the kids play in their own playground.In these moments, the memory of constant motion in the outside world disappears.
Prices vary depending upon the package you choose.
Currently, only one of Kingbilli's cottages is available to guests, assuring visitors of total privacy and exclusive use of the whole property.
Anyone seeking the ultimate in independence will adore The Studio's tranquil seclusion. Tucked into the elbow of the creek, at the foot of Kingbilli's rolling hills, this spacious cottage can be booked with one or two separate bedrooms, making it ideal for couples or young families. Soft leather furnishings encircle a large wood fire, whilst the country kitchen should fulfil any culinary fancy.
Outdoors, landscaped gardens meld seamlessly into the surrounding bush, and just footsteps from the verandah, a walkbridge leads across the creek to a tiny island, where a rose-covered gazebo heralds the way to the jacuzzi.