Maleny Wood Expo
Two days of clean country family fun hosted by Barung Landcare, the Wood Expo showcases sustainable timber production and our beautiful native timbers through the work of local wood artisans.
Now including local Maleny produce; sustainable alternatives for the home; natural resource management displays and much more. Smell the distinctive spicy aroma of newly milled timber and watch live demos of chainsaws, woodworking, trade tools and more.
Pull up a hay bale and enjoy great food and fabulous local music.
There’s entertainment for everyone!
Mount Tibrogargan 364m track is a strenuous walking climb, even if it is in the national park. This is a climb, you will need your hands, some good leg muscles, strong heart and lungs with a decent level of fitness to make it to the top.
With it’s ape-like appearance, Tibrogargan can bee seen from the sea, [named by Captain Cook in 1770] Scarborough, Bribie Island and the Caloundra and when your up on the Hinterland be amazed when looking over it in the distance.
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Tibrogargan is an Aboriginal word believed to mean ‘biting grey glider’. Like the other Glass House Mountain peaks, the mountain is held sacred by Aboriginal people. Glass House Mountains.
This is the ultimate adventure for any weekend adventurer on foot. Be prepared and tell some one or notify the parks and wild life that you will be up there on a certain day.
Good footwear, good sunscreen, plenty of water and a snack.
This isn’t a gentle, elevated stroll up a mountain. This is a sweaty task – but the view is awesome from the top .. .now the return trip back down….. mobile phone working — wonder if the helicopter will come and rescue me….!.
After your sumpsuous Breakfast in your suite take a 20 minutes drive from Artisan Spa Views – go early our guest tell us as it gets quite busy after midday. Bring along a beach towel and brave the waters if you dare.This isn’t your average local swimming hole.
The highlight is Skene Creek, which drops 90 metres over falls to the rainforest valley below. The endless spectacles is spellbinding and can be seen from two easy walking circuits – the 1.7km (45min – 1hr) Picnic Creek Circuit to the longer but worthwhile 4.7km (2-3hrs) Kondalilla Falls walk.
Mind the 100 plus stairs! Growing in popularity, summer traditionally brings large crowds to Kondalilla (an Aboriginal word for “rushing waters”).
Make the most of your morning and head back to Gypsy’s Table at the top of the hill in Monteville [parking behind restaurant]
Ask Leesa for her delightful $20 lunch plate or chose from her extensive menu both vegetarian and old world delights or ask her for something special that isn’t on the menu you might have to mention your staying at Artisan Spa Views with Randy and Maree though for an incredible day out you won’t forget.
New Year 2013 will burst out with shouts of Joy, Laughter and Good Luck with Good Health and Prosperity across the world to people from all walks of life with family, friends, soldiers, and carers in mind.
Inspiration is every where and cheers to another chance for all of us.
It is hard o believe how fast Christmas – New Year week has gone and 2012 is drawing to a close.
On December 31st. the clock will strick 12 mid night and people on earth will be wishing each other good cheer and hoping for a more fortunate and peaceful 2013. Making resolutions to be more connected to family and friends.
On behalf of us all at Artisan Spa Views we wish you seasons greetings of Joy and Good Health through out the New Year.
Spectacular Opening of a privately owned Botanic Gardens overlooking the Glass House mountains with beautifully terraced gardens, waterfalls and views for ever.
Sunday 29th is the official opening day with a variety of things to do and see
All proceeds go to the Fifth Light Horse Regiment Charity Group. See the Horses on Parade with the trooping colours and riders.