FIT and Independent Travelers Steer Towards Mt Barney Lodge

Mt Barney Lodge has recognized the potential visitation yield from Free and Independent Travelers (FIT), particularly from the International market, such as the UK, Germany and New Zealand.

Mt Barney Lodge is an award-winning  family owned and operated Ecotourism Certified retreat at the base of Queensland’s most impressive mountain peak. It is also within the footprint of “Australia’s Green Cauldron” and is an easy 90 minutes drive from the location of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

The Scenic Rims natural infrastructure and diversity of plants and native animals is attractive and accessible to the FIT market as they make their way along the coast. Those wanting a more adventurous and original experience will logically detour from the well-worn highways when they are find out about the unique experiences that await them at the end of a scenic drive.

Mt Barney Lodge is featured in the next edition of Make Tracks magazine – 20,000 copies will be available in all Maui, Britz, Mighty, Backpacker and Kea vans. This will be distributed in October through to March, and focuses on the waterfalls and waterholes, native wildlife and bushwalking opportunities available at that time.

Vans can drive directly onto a grassed and shaded campsites with campfire facilities, creek frontage and spectacular mountain views. It is a great camping base to explore the National Park while keeping your environmental impacts low.

Mt Barney Lodge also offers a range of accommodation – as well as camping, there are authentic Queenslander style homesteads, cosy Rustic Cabins, and Glamping in a deluxe camper trailer, all with breath-taking views of Mt Barney. Mt Barney Lodge is renowned for its experienced and qualified Outdoor Leaders who conduct rock climbing, abseiling, kids eco activities, and guided walks and mountain ascents in the National Park.

For more information please visit their website.

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