Glass House Mountains Group Accommodation
All log cabins have been designed to maximise the light and spectacular views of the Glass House Mountains. Your guests can relax on their own deck and enjoy the sights and sounds of the Australian bush at its finest.
With minimal impact on its natural surroundings enjoy bushwalks along trails on the property or watch the King Parrots and Rosellas whilst having breakfast in the treetops. Our aim is to provide an authentic Bush experience with the emphasis on relaxation and retreat.
Family, Friends, yoga group, workers, photography groups, nature and birdwatching groups. One gorgeous place that will fit most of you and allow you to relax and recharge on Saturday, ready to explore the Tawny Trails on Sunday.
Look at the world through the eyes of an artist:
Why great locations inspire creativity:
Natural light improves moods, reduces stress, and positively impacts circadian system functioning,
the majority of people find peace and contentment when they are looking at a breathtaking vista such as the one at the Uluramaya Retreat.
Art and nature is a potent mix. From the greatest painters of yesteryears to some of today’s most promising talent, nature has undeniably proven itself to be one of the most treasured of muses known to man(https://www.culturepartnership.eu/en/article/nature-and-art)
In terms of inspiration, it could be the beauty, patterns, texture, colours, spiritual quality, and even mood. A good artist can reproduce what they see, but a great artist makes you feel what you see.
Visual art also comes from nature. Literally, the mediums that artists use to inspire and create their pieces are from heart. Wood, charcoal, graphite, clay, mixed pigments, water. Artists literally use nature to create their works. The way the cave dwellers created paint to document and draw on their walls is in essence, the same exact process that we use today. Without these elements of nature, we wouldn’t have to tools to even think about making artwork (https://blog.eaglesnestoutfittersinc.com/why-nature-inspires-art/)
This trail is dotted with great views and nature but none bring about the jaw drop as well as that from the Uluramaya Retreat.
228 McConnell Rd, Wamuran
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NOTE: Please do not follow GPS navigation as it may bring you up the wrong end of McConnell Rd. Turn into Raaen Rd off D’Aguilar Hwy, 3.6kms along Raaen Rd turn right into McConnell Rd travel 1.8kms