Lillydale Farmstay

821 Upper Logan Rd, Rathdowney, Queensland, 4287, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch is located on 821 Upper Logan Rd, Rathdowney.
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    Travel Blogs from Rathdowney

    Test trip in the new D'Max

    A travel blog entry by cillashaw on Dec 15, 2013

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    ... food selling at the market is quite ordinary so decide to go to a scienc area in the spring brook national park hinterland called the Natural bridge. Parked up next to a little Lamborghini , Ferrari and 2 other little sports cars, which people rent and have little tours in their dream cars. Headed down the walk, fig trees taking over their host trees some of the host trees completely diminished. Canopy of birds nest and elks cover the tops of this beautiful rainforest. Then down ...

    Trip to the outback. DAY 1

    A travel blog entry by monikajansen on Aug 02, 2013

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    ... excited to get out ( must be my feet) kidding. We stopped in town to get coffee and made a fantastic discovery , antique and coffee shop, Patrick was in heaven, forgot all about coffee and food and wondered off to explore all the treasures and found some gems too, lucky they where only small items, the beast is bulging at the sides no room for souvenirs, CROWS NEST Stopped at the local famous antique shop in ...

    A night in the rainforest canopy

    A travel blog entry by carri1004 on Mar 22, 2013

    13 photos

    ... straight from science fiction movie. And not to forget the smell of eucalyptus, an aroma found throughout the whole continent. And where there are gum trees, there are koalas. But as soon as the sun rose, we were on our way back down mountain, but first stopping at an alpaca farm to meet Roy.
    I arrive back in Brisbane by noon, and found there is no time to rest, but rather regroup, and ...

    Richmond Range National Park

    A travel blog entry by ptchan on Nov 21, 2012

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    ... into the national park from there is rough and the drive is slow. We reach cambridge plateau picnic area, which is 12km in, and stop for a breather.

    We continue long the bumpy road. The time is about 5pm and wallabies dart across the road at different intervals and a few close call.

    We have 24km to the campground but on this road the travel is slow. We come across a phython in the middle of the road so of course there are ...

    Pete & Trish say Hi from Kalbar

    A travel blog entry by ontoor on Oct 23, 2012

    3 comments, 31 photos

    ... as a calf show and has grown in size through the years.
    Every year the variety and number of stands also continues to increase in line with the changing face of the Scenic Rim. More recently among the exhibitors and products on display was local wine, olives and gourmet cheeses. The ever popular sideshow alley, amusement rides and food stands are also a large part of the attraction. The Boonah District and surrounds is known as ...