I would rate this as one one of my top wildlife experiences in Australia. Kate - Sydney January 2016
We would like to take this opportunity to invite you to come and stay with us and see our endangered species up close or just relax and soak up the solitude maybe some star gazing . We are currently doing some work with ecologists doing studies on the quoll scats & sounds and have some resident quolls that provide plenty of material. We recently had a ecologist come and look in the quoll den at the resort using a remote snake camera and we got some good footage also the university of Maroochydore and Queensland university are currently doing some research with students. Wildlife is wildlife and quoll`s in the wild will come at different stages of the night , bettongs , possums are in surrounding gardens nightly , sugar gliders, bats ,owls frogs require the use of spotlights and bush walking . Please follow us on Facebook to keep up to date with our progress as the resort continues to grow. Plans are in place for a viewing area for our wonderful spotted quolls, bettongs, bandicoots and possums. An abundance of magnificent king parrots, wonga pigeons, satin bower birds and a wide array of various native flora and fauna. Reptiles & amphibians are abundant for the enthusiast to photograph or just sit back and enjoy.
Cullendore Creek is a sanctuary for many different animals, as well as many species of birds. We have several magical walking tracks and we believe it is a photographers paradise as well as enthusiasts who appreciate the natural wilderness and the old growth forest here at Cullendore Creek.
We look forward to welcoming you to our little piece of paradise soon.