Farm Stay at Amamoor Creek in the beautiful Mary Valley Queensland
Picturesque Bunya Grove Produce and Farm Stay is nestled just outside Amamoor in the magnificent Mary Valley. Our 400 acre property is surrounded by Amamoor, Lewis and Diamondfield Creeks providing visitors with a wide variety of flora and fauna.
Located an easy 2 hour drive from Brisbane and 45 minutes to Noosa.
Our working farm includes a high set farmhouse for our farm stay guests. Adjacent to the bustle of day to day farm activities and surrounded by Cork trees and a Jacaranda, it has peaceful views across Amamoor Creek, the persimmon orchards, hilltop Bunya Pines, and the nearby hills and farms of the valley.
The area is a haven for native birds – you will hear birdsong throughout the day including waterbirds nesting on the natural dam below the farmhouse (where turtles can sometimes be spotted). Relax on the high verandah with a book or drink, walk the farm (Private Farm Tours are available on request), cook up a country feast in the kitchen or explore the Valley.
The farmhouse is a cozy Queenslander decorated with country decor; it has 4 bedrooms to sleep up to 6 adults (2 Queen beds and 2 King Single beds).
On arrival our welcome basket will greet you with a range of free samples.
For your added convenience the farm stay has its very own “Farm Stay Deli”. The Farm Stay Deli is always stocked with the very freshest Bunya Grove Products available for purchase:
Fresh whole chicken- Bacon- Fresh chicken eggs,-Fresh duck eggs – Quiche – Plain kabana – Honey kabana – Persimmon paste – Persimmon chutney – Honey
All produce is grown or produced right here on our farm. Other produce such as pork chops, bacon chops, avocado oil and smoked chicken may be supplied by request, subject to availability.
Farmstays at Bunya Grove are available all year round.
Rates are $140 per night per couple and $30 per night per extra person. Otherwise the house is available for a set rate of $250 per night. Children are most welcome. Unfortunately, we cannot have visitors’ dogs at the farm.