|Bunya Mountain Trip Details|
|30th October to the 3rd November|
|This trip is not suitable for caravans — tents and campervan camping only|
|About 3 hours West of the Sunny Coast|
|We will require a deposit of $50.00 each by the 27th of August to finalise the booking. The deposit should be paid to our club treasurer.|
|Houses will sleep 6 to 8 people|
|Depending on our numbers, the price per night will be $60.00 to $65.00 per couple per night.|
|The final cost to each of us will be finalised when we have made a booking.|
|We will need to take own linen at some houses|
|(Sheets, Towels, Pillow Slips, Tea Towels)|
|Each house usually has these:|
|Full kitchen including microwave|
|2 or more bathrooms, toilets.
The Bunya Mountains are home to 215 species of birds, with rare and precious varieties attracting birdwatchers worldwide. Brilliantly coloured king parrots, crimson rosellas and satin bowerbirds are common sights. Countless red-necked wallabies bound or preen in grassy areas. Swamp wallabies and red-necked pademelons prefer the cover of the rainforest but are observed along the roadside or during a rainforest walk.
The immense subtropical range of cool, green rainforest, eucalypt forests and woodlands is home to the world’s largest forest of bunya pines. Dome shaped bunya pines graciously raise their majestic heads above the forest canopy crowning a magnificent green splendour. High altitude grasslands include rare grasses of international interest.
Please contact Gerry as soon as you decide to go on this trip
by Ed Anderson on August 1, 2019