Things To Do
Take a dip in The Billabong, a 25-meter infinity pool overlooking the resident kangaroos, emus and koalas. The perfect spot for a pool-side snack or cocktail.
Crikey! No trip to The Crocodile Hunter Lodge is complete without a trip to Australia Zoo. Steve and Terri grew the roadside park into the famed zoological gardens here today. It is a beacon for conservation, and the most interactive wildlife destination on the planet. Experience the love they have for the animals - cuddle a koala, feed a kangaroo, and watch the African animals graze on the savanna.
Just a short drive from The Crocodile Hunter Lodge lies the Glass House Mountains. So special they are listed on the Queensland and National Heritage Register as a landscape of national significance. There are hikes to suit everyone, from short walks around the base of the mountains, up to Grade 5 climbs for those more daring.
Crocodile Lodge is lucky enough to have some of the most spectacular beaches right on their doorstep. Some notable locations are Moffat Beach in Caloundra, Mooloolaba Beach and the hidden treasure of Tea Tree Bay in Noosa National Park.