Nice walk through rainforest. Walk slowly and enjoy the scenery and you may spot small wallabies and birdlife. The interactive wildlife information section is great for learning. Would recommend visiting while staying at Sunshine Coast
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Went with group of friends, very friendly staff and food really good. Only comment is that they do not use ‘real cream’ with their Devonshire tea.
After an absence of some years, it was great to see the new build, and how informative, and imaginative the centre has become. Children will love to learn about the flora and fauna in this interactive way. Full marks for the thought and planning.
Whether wanting a picnic on the lawn under the trees or near the playground, lunch or afternoon tea in the cafe looking out over the mountains or a stroll through the rainforest via one of the many paths, this beautiful place has something for everyone....More
Visiting the area from the UK. Have been to the cafe on previous visits, the last one being two years ago. Looked forward to the little cafe again and the delicious food. Was extremely disappointed to find a big commercial venture and the impersonal cafe....More
Had my first wheelchair accessible nature walk it was great. Friendly volunteers lots of diverse wildlife and vegetation
The new-ish visitor centre is a beautiful building with a well-placed and informative viewing area looking out towards the Glasshouse Mountains. For only a gold coin donation, my husband and I really enjoyed the rainforest loop walk, for the bird life and pademelons. Very affordable...More
Good to see an initiative of the type in a small town and how knowledge of the environment is being shared with locals and tourists. We arrived at 5.30 but still did the Rainforest Walk Facility design was very impressive
This was our second visit and we enjoyed it more this time with our 3 year old. He really enjoyed the rainforest walk and we saw a few pandemons (little wallabies) and then it was fun in the interpretive centre. It is great all the...More