Trying to the make the most of your Scenic Rim Eat Local Week visit or do you just need a last minute holiday? We still have plenty of incredible accommodation for you to stay and play this Eat Local Week!

Whether you like camping or glamping, cosy cottages in the mountains or a resort for the whole family, we’ve got accommodation for all needs and all budgets.


Farm houses and farm stays

There’s nothing better to complete your Scenic Rim Eat Local Week adventure than with an authentic rural experience like a farm stay. After you fill up with fresh local produce, sit back and soak up the fresh country air in your private farm house or  experience life on a real working farm. Try Oaky Creek Farm, Farringdon Homestead and the The Old Laravale School.


Cabins, camp grounds, caravan parks and motels

Get back to the basics with classic cabins, camp grounds and caravan parks. For camping, try Flanagan Reserve Bush Camping, Lake Maroon Camping Ground, and Camp Moogerah and if you’re after cabins and some added facilities, try Lake Moogerah Caravan Park, Beaudesert Caravan & Tourist Park, Darlington and Burgess Parks or Christmas Creek Cafe & Cabins.

If you want to stay a little closer to town, try the Kerry Court Motel in Beaudesert, the perfect base camp to go exploring around the region.

Camping in the Scenic Rim

Image: Tourism Events Queensland


Resorts, retreats and cottages

The misty mountains, open fires, cosy cabins and stunning views — Scenic Rim was made for romantic escapes. We have plenty of cute cottages and B&Bs to experience right across the region.

On Tamborine Mountain, you can try Tamborine Mountain Bed & Breakfast or Camelot Boutique Accommodation.

In the east, there’s The Odd Gecko B&B and Canungra Cottages in Canungra, or nearby Clandulla Cottages and Granary & Grove. If glorious walks in nature are your thing, book your stay at Worendo Cottages or Cave Rock Cottages, both gateways to the stunning Lamington National Park.

Near Boonah in the west, try Scenic Rim View Cottages, Bilyana Cottages or Herrmann House. Further south near Rathdowney, you can stay at Misty Morn Cabin or Tuckeroo Cottages & Gardens.

For the whole family, some of Scenic Rim’s mountain lodges also offer extensive outdoor activity programs to keep the whole family entertained. Try Mt Barney Lodge in the west or Cedar Creek Lodges in the east, both of which have an array of different styles of accommodation.



If you prefer the comforts of home, you’ll love the Scenic Rim’s glamping experiences! Try Ketchup’s Bank Glamping in Boonah, offering luxury tent accommodation with picture-perfect views.

Image courtesy of Ketchup’s Bank Glamping |


Just like Scenic Rim Eat Local Week tickets, local accommodation can sell out fast! Availability is subject to individual businesses, please contact accommodation directly for the latest availability and rates.