Things to do in Montville

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Things to Do in Montville

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  • E7273EEamandab
    Paihia, New Zealand9 contributions
    A lovely shady walk with well maintained tracks.
    My husband opted for a shorter walk while I completed the Falls circuit. We both had a terrific day.
    Written 13 April 2022
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  • Anita T
    Forster, Australia11,670 contributions
    We were looking for a gas Bbq to cook our sausages and thought that the dam would have them in the picnic area. We arrived at the very pretty dam and could see the Bbq in the distance. But Murphy was tormenting us and the Bbq was out of order. We took a bit of a look around and then decided to head off.
    Written 11 March 2022
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  • WorldTravla7
    Cairns, Australia5,816 contributions
    A friend and I did the 7.6km return walk to Baxter Creek Falls & loved it. It was lush & secluded and not many people were around. For me, the tall falls, swimming hole at the base & suspension bridge were the highlights. The walk forms part of the Sunshine Coast Great Walk but you can do this as a separate hike. We did the Southern Approach (Northern approach is also an option) which is accessed via Flaxton (turn into Flaxton Mill Road & follow for 1.5km and entrance is opposite Old Mill Lane). Wildlife was on full display - We saw a big blue tongue lizard, butterflies, blue dragonflies & heard lots of interesting bird calls. The start of the walk is open forest on an old access road and as you head down to the falls the track narrows as you enter tropical rainforest. The walk is a moderate 7.6km return with quite a bit of uphill on the way back, though it is not too steep. We enjoyed a rejuvenating swim at the base of the falls, which was gushing with water after the recent SEQ weather event, and enjoyed walking over the suspension bridge crossing Baxter Creek. The plantlife was amazing too. This is a little piece of paradise in the Sunshine Coast. We enjoyed breakfast at the The Barn cafe in Flaxton on the way in.
    Written 5 March 2022
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  • GConscreen
    Hope Island138 contributions
    Andris was extremely friendly and shared his local knowledge with us. Best Information Centre I have ever stopped at.
    Written 8 October 2020
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  • Sue_and_Trev0r
    Brisbane, Australia108 contributions
    Went with some mates for a wine tasting outing. Great staff and atmosphere. Beautiful views. Unfortunately the wine was not to our taste but we enjoyed the views and the setting
    Written 28 October 2021
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  • WorldTravla7
    Cairns, Australia5,816 contributions
    I did this during December 2020 wet season when the creeks and falls were flowing after lots of rain, the mist was thick and the plants were lush and green from plenty of water. The walk was magical and because it was deceptively overcast with light rain I had this beautiful oasis to myself. The plant & tree life was amazing with diverse species (many explained with interpretive signage). I spotted lots of birds and many white cockatoos near the Gorge.

    The start of the walk is the car park near Lake Baroon and is part of a 10km walk to Kondalilla Falls that also marks the start of the 59km Great Walk. I clocked about 5km as I did the offshoot walks to Obi Obi Creek & Narrows Lookout as well (the latter had a pretty waterfall that I swam under). Baroon Lookout is spectacular and gives you an awe inspiring view of Lake Baroon and Obi Obi Gorge from a towering height. The walk is not difficult but has a few moderate uphill sections and will give you a bit of a workout. I felt like I was in the remote jungle and the smells after the rain were intoxicating.

    If the first 2-3kms of the Great Walk is as good as this, I’m keen to give this monster of a walk a go!
    Written 18 December 2020
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  • 1TraveltheWorld
    Alice Springs, Australia11,760 contributions
    While wandering along the main strip of this lovely rural town, make the Montville art gallery one of the stops during your visit.

    Of course, it’s only a small art gallery, but that should not deter you from checking what exhibitions are on offer.

    There is a delightful range of sculptures and interesting oil paintings from many local artists and some, even interstate.
    Written 12 April 2022
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  • Shanthi
    1 contribution
    Anne’s pottery studio was amazing! Her genuine passion for pottery is clearly expressed in her meticulous skill and creation of some of the most beautiful products I have had the pleasure of seeing. I greatly look forward to returning to try my hand at one of her pottery classes as she is a natural teacher who I would learn a great deal from. I cannot recommend Anne’s pottery studio enough to anyone who finds themselves in beautiful Montville, Queensland and wants to see true craftsmanship in the making.
    Written 19 March 2022
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  • Dave4067
    1 contribution
    The Tina Cooper Gallery is unique, the setting is without parallel, floating over Lake Baroon. Murano has many galleries but none compare to this as you can embrace the environment and refocus more closely on a huge range of exquisite pieces of such a wide variety of themes. The Australian Indigenous inspiration runs through many items, the presentation is measured and exciting. Don’t expect to leave empty handed.
    Written 8 January 2020
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  • McNicFam
    Brisbane, Australia35 contributions
    I love this gallery. The prints are stunning and well priced. There is a great variety of artwork to choose from. The staff are attentive and available to answer questions.
    Written 27 October 2020
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  • Ensypepsi
    Brisbane, Australia30 contributions
    The perfect place to shop for a wedding gift or an original piece for someone special.
    Must pay a visit when in Montville.
    Written 11 April 2017
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  • Raddicool
    Maroochydore, Australia159 contributions
    Awesome service, great coffee and scones to die for. This is a cafe the locals rate highly. Totally recommend this local gem!
    Written 25 September 2021
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  • 1TraveltheWorld
    Alice Springs, Australia11,760 contributions
    Fudgyboombah’s has been around for many years, even with different owners.

    Centrally located along the main strip makes it an easy and tasty visit.

    There is an abundant range, with dozens of different fudges and nougats to try.

    This makes it a challenge to only choose only a few.

    So try a few and take some with you.
    Written 12 April 2022
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  • Heather
    Chilliwack, Canada167 contributions
    I love this little Swiss Clock shop. They have such a unique variety of clocks it's really quite amazing.
    They also have a small Christmas area and several little Musical Clocks and boxes you can select to your preference.
    Written 10 April 2022
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  • Heather
    Chilliwack, Canada167 contributions
    What a wonderful shop! The variety of Chocolate is fantastic! We were here before Easter and saw an interesting array of Easter goodies. As my grandchildren are older, we just opted for some Salted Caramel chocolate. It was really delicious!
    Their prices are a bit high, but not so high that the average person couldn't afford to sample some of their goodies.
    Written 26 April 2022
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