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  4.5 stars independent rating by AAA Tourism    as independently rated by AAA Tourism
blank Wonderful cottages and views. Lovely hosts. Loved our time here. Many thanks.   Lorel & Steve, Highland Park blank What a beautiful and peaceful place. We thoroughly enjoyed our break away. The attention to detail in the cottage was fantastic.   Paxton & Tahnee, Seven Hills blank Everything is 5-star. Can’t wait to return.   Philip & Tracey, Warwick blank Amazing evening by the fire, and the start of a new beginning with an engagement.   Tim & Michelle, Golden Beach blank Fantastic. Couldn’t wish for better. You guys have nailed it!   Lynette & Michael, Oxenford blank Thank you for a wonderful stay. A slice of heaven on earth. We’ll be back!   Tracey & Steven, Manly blank Absolutely wonderful. Bruce and Lyn, you guys are fabulous. We loved it. Awesome!!   Rachel & Brad, Wynnum blank It was an absolute joy to stay in your gorgeous cottage. It was absolutely spotless and could not fault a thing, 10 out of 10.   Maree & Mick, Toowoomba blank Thank you for the wonderful service and beautiful accommodation for our honeymoon. Everything about the place was spectacular and we have already recommended you to our family and friends.   Katie & Ben, Annerley blank Absolute splendour. Loved it!   Mike & Marian, Landsborough blank

Black Cockatoo Cottage

Private, peaceful and romantic. Individual attention to your needs ensures you will feel pampered and special. Your stay will never be long enough.

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Panoramic view of Black Cockatoo's interior
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“The Black Cockatoo is prevalent in this area, with lucky guests being treated to sightings as they fly past at eye-level. Their raucous call is distinctive to them alone, and it is a sight to behold. The Black Cockatoo is one of the largest of the cockatoo species, is conspicuous and socializes in family groups. They thrive in this tranquil and majestic environment.”




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