Super Team

Due to new deal made by our governing body, accommodation sites are no longer able to publish any special deals or rates that are less than what you would get on a booking site such as expedia,, airbnb, agoda etc.


As most of these sites charge a substantial booking fee to the accommodation houses, it is generally covered by having higher prices on the booking sites than their own sites, so people can book direct and save. The new deal brokered no longer makes this an option. But you can still save! When you book your accommodation from now on - be sure to send an email direct or contact direct via phone 07 4684 5138 - avoid using booking buttons or online booking sites to ensure you get the best deals!!!






The Chalets are extremely comfortable, spacious and cosy. All Chalets are set apart from eachother in beautiful natural bushland.  Each Chalet is fully self-contained and includes...

  • king-size double beds or king-size single beds in each of the bedrooms with electric blankets
  • spacious bathroom with shower and 2 person spa bath
  • slow combustion wood fired heaters (firewood supplied)
  • fully self-contained kitchen and dining area
  • lounge area with comfortable lounges
  • large covered deck area table and chairs and gas BBQ
  • attached undercover parking
  • phone
  • television, dvd/cd player
  • ceiling fans
  • all linen provided
  • disabled access*


The Family Chalets can accommodate six guests, with a king size double or two single beds in the main bedroom and two sets of double bunk beds in the second bedroom.

The Two Bedroom Chalets can accommodate four guests, with king size double beds or two king singles in each bedroom.

The One Bedroom Chalet can accommodate two guests, with a king size double bed.

Discover the seasons of the Granite Belt

Summer : an abundance of fruit with guaranteed cool nights.
Autumn : it's vintage time with a plethora of colours!
Winter : white frosts, crystal clear days and crackling fires at night.
Spring : come and see the fabulous wildflowers in full bloom.


Climate and weather
Not far from the Queensland-New South Wales border, Girraween National Park has more in common with cooler southern climates than with the Sunshine State.  Crisp winter weather provides skies of blue and picturesque morning frosts.  Spring conditions entice an amazing display of wildflowers and wildlife.

Be prepared for cold changes any time.  Girraween National Park is pleasantly cool most of the year round.  Winters are usually dry and cold with frosty nights reaching an average minimum of -4 degrees Celsius.  Summer days are a warm 25-30 degrees Celsius with cooler nights averaging 15-18 degrees Celsius.  Most rain falls between November and March with an average rainfall of 850mm per year.