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Besides our spectacularly scenic location on the edge of Lamington National Park, we offer a large range of activities you can only experience when staying at Cedar Glen Farmstay.
A diverse range of animals call Cedar Glen home. Apart from our horses and beef cattle, we have pigs, some sheep, ducks, peacocks, alpacas, donkeys and chickens.
Naturally they all need to be cared for on a daily basis, and one of the joys of a Cedar Glen stay, is getting involved in these activities. We feed our lovely animals twice daily, at 8.00am and 4.00pm. The morning animal feed is included in your stay, if you wish you can also join us for the afternoon feeding for a small fee. The afternoon feeding includes the Alpacas and is a favourite with adults and children alike.
We’ll show you how to crack an Australian stockwhip and throw a boomerang that does come back. This is a fun activity for all ages and a great Australian experience.
Join us for an unforgettable guided hike to the Cedar Glen Caves. The adventure starts at 9.30am with a bouncy 4WD trip to the cliff base.
From here we hike across the valley to explore 5 different caves. Along the way you will discover amazing flora and fauna, and see some spectacular views.
Guided Alpaca Walks
Why not get yourself a companion of the alpaca kind an go for a guided walk around the property getting to know your new furry friend!
Cedar Glen Homestead Tours
If you are interested in the history of Cedar Glen and the Stephens family or Queensland house built in the early 1900 then join us for a tour of the house and surrounding grounds.
It is with great sadness that we have to announce that as of June the 22nd 2019 our popular horse riding activity will no longer be available. Over the past 5 years it has become more and more difficult to obtain insurance for this activity. Our broker has eventually managed to find an underwriter willing to insure our horse riding activity, however the cost of the premium and excess amount are too extreme for our small business to sustain.
We have been taking guests on horse trail rides since our Farmstay began over 40 years ago. This amounts to 10’s of thousands of rides for both children and adults of all ages and levels of ability. As you can imagine, this forced decision has been very difficult for us to come to terms with. We really appreciate your understanding and support.