There’s nowhere else on earth quite like the Sunshine Coast hinterland and if you’re looking for a hinterland getaway, Rosecliffe Boutique Farm Cottages are perched atop the lush rolling green hills of this region.
This 93-acre property has heaps of unique choices when it comes to your stay.
There’s the Rosecliffe Cottage, a charming one bedroomer that sleeps up to four people.
There’s also the Rosecliffe Bus Stop, perfect and fun for the whole family. It’s a 1952 Sydney bus, fully restored and attached to a pavilion with its own bathroom, kitchen and deck.
Then there’s the Melbourne Tram, super for a couple. Built in 1955 and running for many years in Melbourne, it was retired in 1992 and restored to what it is today.
Rosecliffe is a true farmstay experience with plenty of friendly animals to meet but if you want to take your own furry friend along, they’re welcome too.
There’s also an amazing infinity pool with views second to none, a must see.