Lee Farmstay

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Place Category: Sensational South and Sunshine Coast and Cooloola Region

  • Located on idyllic 62 hectares of farmland, you can relax, enjoy the many farm activities or explore the Queensland area.

    Our spacious, pet-friendly accommodation is fully self-contained with a warm and welcoming feeling.

    Lee Farmstay was born in 2005 when the dairy and beef industries proved challenging and it was decided it would be a good decision to start up a farmstay because it would be a good idea to have a stable income and get city people to experience life on the farm.”

    There are many ways to spend your time during your stay with us. Go for a stroll or cycle around the farm, try to catch a fish in the dam (you’ll need to bring your own fishing supplies), play with and feed the animals or play board games. We have a swimming pool to cool off on hot days and a sauna to sweat out the toxins and stress of city living. We also have a trampoline and swing set for children or the young at heart. Finally, end your day with a mouthwatering BBQ and toasting marshmallows around the fire while you gaze up at the stars!

    Our accommodation is ideal for those wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of city living, for families (especially those with small children who’d love to spend time with farm animals), romantic weekend getaways, groups or clubs (including business and family/friends) and those simply passing through the area. And of course, we’re pet-friendly! We offer a large Queenslander home and 4 cottages, all built with comfort and convenience in mind.

    Our farm is home to a wide variety of friendly animals. There are pigs, chooks, sheep, miniature horses, guinea pigs, birds, peacocks, dogs, cats, cows, turkeys and ducks! You’re able to join us in feeding the animals at approximately 8 am and 4 pm; this is a particularly special experience for children of all ages! You’re also welcome to take part in other farm activities when they occur, including collecting chicken eggs in the afternoon!

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