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Entries for November 2013

Beautiful Boolamoola Homestead
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November 18, 2013 12:14 in General Mt Barney Lodge by Nea

Set at the front of Mt Barney is an elegant Queenslander Homestead, who is like an elegant lady from the turn of the century. She is well turned out in cream, her palisade petticoats reach almost to the ground, and there is a flash of underskirts and glass hoops below. Trim of always-fashionable heritage red and green trim highlight the windowsills...

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MT BARNEY LODGE  SHOWCASES SCENIC RIM IN WA
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November 15, 2013 16:27 in News by Nea

Delegates from around Australia gathered in the Margaret River in WA for the annual ARTN (Australian Regional Tourism Network) recently. Margaret River is known as a premier wine production destination and has a thriving tourism sector. It is within one of Australia’s National Landscapes – known as the Great SW Edge – for its int...

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November 15, 2013 15:52 in Newsletters by Nea

It’s Summer, time for Adventure!

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Mt Barney Lodge goes Mobile!
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November 12, 2013 13:03 in News by Nea

When Innes and Tracey drove around Tasmania in summer 2012, they realized just how frustrating it was to try and research, and book accommodation while on the road from their iphone. Not only do bumpy roads make you carsick when you are trying to view a hand held device, but more often than not a link is mistakenly pushed, that takes you to a websi...

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2013 QORF Awards
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November 10, 2013 15:38 in News by Nea

Innes, Cameron and Hamish swapped their polo shirts and climbing shoes for smart attire to attend the annual QORF Awards, and contest the Environmental Award category again. Although Mt Barney Lodge has been awarded several winner’s trophys in the past for outstanding Outdoor Recreation programs and environmental actions at the Lodge, this...

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Fires of Mt Barney September 2013
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November 09, 2013 15:00 in News by Nea

So why did it burn?? Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS) had been monitoring the mountain for several years now to select the most ideal time to burn, and they have cancelled these plans several times when the conditions became unfavourable. So they were aware that the mountain was carrying a high fuel load. Unfortunately...

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Fishing in The Scenic Rim - where to go fishing when staying at Mt Barney Lodge
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November 09, 2013 11:50 in Exploring Mt Barney Area by Nea

A common question: Can we go fishing in the creek or waterholes when we stay at Mt Barney Lodge. As we are situated at the upper reaches of the Logan River within the Scenic Rim (South East Queensland), it is quite narrow and shallow so we find that any decent fish worth catching do not live this far upstream.  You may find the odd catfish ...

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