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We stayed for 2 nights recently. This is a unique (different) type of accommodation, somewhat remote and set within beautiful rainforest. To provide some perspective, it requires a drive of some 2 kms along a cinder road to reach reception, and in our case another...More
Response from rosegums, Owner at Rose Gums Wilderness RetreatResponded 6 days ago
Thank you for taking the time to reflect on your holiday experiences.
Rose Gums is a true wilderness experiences as the property adjoins the Wet Tropics World Heritage Wooroonooran National Park. Just the other day our 'usual' Cassowary, Australia's largest bird, showed up after being...More
Reading all those glowing Five Star reviews only makes our sense of disappointment all the greater. First impressions didn't augur well. Standing in reception, we contemplated which of the two numbers to ring in the event that reception was unattended, which it was. Eventually, a...More
Response from rosegums, Owner at Rose Gums Wilderness RetreatResponded 4 weeks ago
Let me start with a quote from Bill Gates,
“ Your most unhappy customers are your greatest source of learning.”
We thank the guest for their review and we regret that they had a negative experience whilst staying at Rose Gums. As owner/manager I look...More
Rose Gums is in the heart of the tablelands with fabulous views and provides a totally unique holiday experience. We were warmly welcomed, directed to our treehouse and given lots of information about the area, the cassowary and the possibilities for other wildlife sightings.
Thank Jane P
Response from rosegums, Guest Relations Manager at Rose Gums Wilderness RetreatResponded 12 December 2017
Thank you Jane for your feedback. We take on board all comments from our guests, as we continually evolve to meet the needs of our guests! We are proud to show case Rose Gums as a Nature Reserve, and our tree houses are designed to...More
This is one amazing place wildlife is just stunning staff are great full of interesting facts and love there place of work the photos are of things at Rose gums and the places around here on the atherton table lands Queensland Australia
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Response from rosegums, Owner at Rose Gums Wilderness RetreatResponded 27 November 2017
It is nice to have unexpected reviews from some of our former staff!
The Tree-house we stayed in was incredible. Comfortable, well equipped and with a stunning view of the rain-forest and mountain range. The bath was fantastic, the bed very comfortable and the kitchen had everything you would need to take care of yourself. We dined at...More
Response from rosegums, Guest Relations Manager at Rose Gums Wilderness RetreatResponded 30 October 2017
Thank you for the great review! I believe that if you are prepared to immerse yourself completely in the rainforest and surroundings, regardless of the rain (which is always warm!) you will always be rewarded with very special and unique experiences!
We are always on...More
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US$256 - US$324 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hello, There is a difference of between 4 and 6 degrees in temperature between Cairns and the tablelands. we are almost 8oo metres higher . during our wet season we can get up to two metres of rain for the season, so it is... More
Hello, There is a difference of between 4 and 6 degrees in temperature between Cairns and the tablelands. we are almost 8oo metres higher . during our wet season we can get up to two metres of rain for the season, so it is very wet. There is a difference in humidity levels, but it can still be humid up here, just not as bad as down on the coast!