October Newsletter

Hi Everyone, We’ve been enjoying some morning beach swims lately and a stop off at one of our favourite cafes before we duck back up the range. Only 20 minutes and we’re there for a dip or fish and chips. It’s nice to be able to escape the hustle and bustle of our busy coast, but still enjoy time on our varied beaches and esplanades – there are so many to explore.

Our Green Catbird has returned after a long absence, his song is supplemented by a solo Butcher Bird and a chorus of others including a Whip Bird and a few Kookaburras. The bush turkeys are landscaping some of the grounds – and they can continue as long as they stay away from our beautiful orchids (pictured).

At this stage we have plenty of availability at Christmas and New Year – so book now and you secure your favourite cottage. Below we share yet another great reason to visit us in Spring!
So check out our website or call us to plan your next romantic short break!

Hunchy Hideaway Three Night Deal in a gorgeous Sunshine Coast Hinterland cabin:

Three midweek nights from $540
Three nights over a weekend from $640

(These prices quoted are for a Rainforest Villa.)

Make your Christmas Shopping Easy in Montville and Maleny:

That’s right – only weeks now and it will be here before we know it. So it’s time you started thinking about filling those stockings. If you come and stay with us in October or November you’ll have plenty of time to stock up with these options:

Eumundi Markets The best days to head there are Wednesdays and Saturdays. The towering heritage listed fig trees rise above the 500 plus stalls. The market’s policy of make it, bake it, design it, sew it or grow it, ensures quality products and the very best of locally produced goods.

Montville Main Street Renowned for it’s crafts and antiques, a wander down this local treasure trove is sure to help along your Christmas list. Gifts, games, books, local produce … you’ll find it all here plus delicious cafes and restaurants to replenish yourselves.

Sunshine Coast Markets Noosa, Caloundra, Cotton Tree, Peregian to name a few; the Sunshine Coast offers more than 25 weekend markets, including the Big Pineapple on Saturday and Sunday. Friday twilight markets are opening up in the lead up to Christmas – they have already started at Mooloolaba Wharf. The majority sell local produce that ranges from apparel, novelties, handcrafts, foodstuffs and bric-a-brac that will make your Christmas shopping a breeze.

If you’re looking to plan your next getaway, check out our gorgeous holiday cottages, exceptional environment and a variety of unforgettable experiences. We hope to see you next time you are looking for accommodation in Montville.

Denis & Ali
Proud Owners,
Hunchy Hideaway