OReillys Rainforest Retreat Phone: +61 7 5502 4911
Email: reservations@oreillys.com.au

At O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat, Villas and Lost World Spa, we promise you an unforgettable experience filled with lasting memories and a renewed appreciation of nature in Queensland’s best sub tropical rainforest on the Gold Coast.

Admire the magnificent surrounds and breathtaking views of Lamington National Park while enjoying traditional Australian service, great food, O’Reilly’s wine and unique accommodation. The spacious location comprises 66 rainforest retreat accommodation rooms, free from distractions of televisions and telephones and 48 self-contained luxurious eco villas set within 20,000ha of rainforest.

Choose to stay in cosy serviced accommodation at our Gold Coast Hinterland Rainforest Retreat with expansive views overlooking the western McPherson Ranges, or one of 48 self-contained and architecturally designed Villas perched unobtrusively onto the sloping hillside. Get amongst daily family-friendly activities such as guided bird walks,
animal shows and the famed Tree Top Walk. Plus, test your skills on an off road two-wheeled Segway tour through creek crossings to Morans Falls, followed by blissing out in the Lost World Day Spa – equipped with a sublime couples suite and 25-metre wet edge infinity lap pool with a separate children’s area.

Order ahead a packed lunch or picnic hamper to set off to one of 500 world-class waterfalls accessible via 160-kilometres of nature trails. After working up an appetite outdoors, dine on homemade pizzas in the casual Rainforest Bar or opt for a gourmet a la carte meal in the dining room including matching wines from nearby O’Reilly’s Canungra Valley Vineyards.

O’Reilly’s Rainforest Retreat has been a sanctuary for bird and other animal lovers since the early part of last century, and enjoys international recognition as one of the premier birdwatching locations in Australia. There is countless wildlife at Lamington National Park. More than 160 species of sub-tropical birds and other native wildlife make their home in the rainforest.