Mirambeena Retreat is alive with roses at the present. The garden is in full flower and smells wonderful. Thought I would post some pics. Loving our garden. Hard to capture in a photo, you need to come and visit!!
Wildlife at Mirambeena – just a few of our regular visitors who just can’t resist our little rainforest. This little wallaby now has a joey, and they have become quite tame. We have had lots of loverly visitors this year, for weddings at Gabbinbar or Preston Chappel or just to enjoy our tranquil setting and see a bit of Toowoomba. I would like to thank our many visitors for 2014 and wish you a loverly Christmas and hope to see you again in 2015.
The garden at Mirambeena Retreat is magnificent at this time of year,
with the most beautiful of roses and lavender. Thought we would share them with you!
Kylie & Greg went to a wedding at Gabbinbah & decided to stay at our B&B Mirambeena Retreat. Here’s what they said…
” Thank you for a wonderful weekend getaway. Loved the entire stay. The accommodation was beautiful and we especially loved the fire. The gardens are lovely and it was great to wakeup and hear the birds chirping and see the flowers. Thanks for the great time and breakfast”
We really appreciate your feed back in our visitors book, THANK YOU!
So for some great accommodation in Toowoomba and you are looking for a B&B in Toowoomba, give us a call. We still have some accommodation for The Carnival of Flowers week.
Summer is over & winter will soon be here. Why not plan a romantic weekend sitting by an open fire with a glass of your favourite wine. The Jacuzzi is set at a warm 34 degrees & is most relaxing on a winters night! You can even sit back & watch a couple of movies.
We just had a lovely family stay at our B&B with us over easter. Weather was glorious in Toowoomba, and our beautiful rose garden continues to bloom. Noticed our little wallaby has a baby in her pouch, as she likes to graze on our front lawn. We also had a visit from a large goanna which our cat Romulus chased up a tree, hilarious as it was twice his size.