Uluaramaya Retreat and Cabins Accomodation Glass house Mountains
Shibori Shibori

Actvities
Uluramaya Retreat and Cabins is conveniently located to a variety of activities.
> Sue facilitates a regular Play with Clay class for the local community at
Uluramaya Retreat. A clay class can be arranged during your stay, so if you'd
like to unleash your inner sculptor, please advise on booking!
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Enjoy a camp fire and authentic billy tea and damper (by prior arrangement).
> Bush Walking
  Enjoy a leisurely 800 meter bush walk down through our property to Fern Gully, where we have built a bush shelter for our guests to enjoy the amazing eucalypt forest. Don't be too afraid of taking the trek, as we have installed seats to rest on the way back up :)
Comfortable walking shoes are recommended if you wish to do some bush walking.
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For the more experienced bush walkers, the surrounding National Parks and forests can provide many trails.
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Climb a Glass House Mountain! Mt Beerburrum has a sealed track to the top, while Mt Ngungun provides a reasonably easy climb for most people. Only consider Mt Beerwah or Tibrogargan if you are an experienced climber and be aware these tracks sometimes are closed in certain weather conditions.
> 15 minutes to Woodford, and the famous Woodford Folk Festival.
> 45 minute drive to Bribie Island and Sunshine Coast Beaches.

Nearby Attractions
Visit art galleries, restaurants and wineries.
The Caboolture Markets are held every Sunday morning from 7:00 AM
Woodford markets are held in the main street every third Sunday.
Indulge in some unique retail therapy in Maleny and Montville.
Take scenic drives and picnic along the way.
Visit Australia Zoo just a 30 min drive www.crocodilehunter.comVisit Caboolture Historical Village www.historicalvillage.com.auWine and Dine at Birches, a local Award Winning Restaurant www.birchesrestaraunt.com.au

Golf and History
Golf enthusiasts will love the challenge of the 18 hole championship course in Caboolture just a 15 min drive away.Ride the historic Durundur Steam Train in Woodford on the first and third Sunday of every month, or why not visit the local Art Galleries and Historic Society!


Enjoy the many activities at and from Uluramaya
  Nature
Uluramaya is home to abundance of nature.

Glass House Mountains a home to nature

List of local wildlife and birds spotted on the property.

Grey Kangaroos
Wallabies
Brush tail Possum
Bobuck Possum
Ring tail Possum
Goanna, Lace monitors
Green tree frogs
Wallum sedgefrogs
Broad-palmed Rocketfrogs
Yellow faced whip snake ,Eastern Brown Snake
Carpet Python
Keel back snake
Tree Snake
Spotted Turtle Dove
Brown Cuckoo Dove
Bar Shouldered Dove
Yellow Tailed Black Cockatoo
Glossy Black Cockatoo
Red tailed Black Cockatoo

Galah
Sulphor Crested Cockatoo
Satin Bowerbirds
Rainbow Lorikeets
Scaly breated Lorikeets Australian King Parrot
Pale Headed Rosellas
Scarlet Honeyeater
Noisy Friarbird.
Common Koel
Pheasant Coucal
Southern Boobook
Tawny Frogmouth
Laughing Kookaburras
White throated tree creeper
Spangled Drongo’s
Wedge tail Eagles Whisling Kite
Brown Goshawk
Flying Fox
Squirrel Glider
Sugar Glider
 
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