Discover

Discover and Explore

Maiala Park Lodge is situated on Mount Glorious. Mount Glorious is a picturesque mountain village situated in the D’Agular Range, which is part of the D’Agular National Park, located in South East Queensland, Australia. The mountain is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, known for its stunning natural beauty and scenic views. The national park is home to a variety of flora and fauna, including native birds and pademelons. Visitors to Mount Glorious can explore the park through several walking tracks and take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding valleys and mountains. In addition to its natural beauty, Mount Glorious also offers a range of outdoor activities, such as camping, picnicking, and bird watching, making it a perfect destination for nature enthusiasts.

Plan your trip now

It doesn’t matter what time of year, there is always something going on when you stay at Maiala Park Lodge!
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Art with Altitude

For only two days every year, Art with Altitude features artists and craftspeople from Mount Glorious and Mount Nebo, together with market stalls and food and coffee.
Fireflies

Fireflies

Fireflies, nature's twinkling stars, light up warm spring nights with their enchanting glow.
Samford

Samford Edible Garden Trail

Samford's edible garden trail is a unique and engaging outdoor experience that allows visitors to explore the gardens of locals dedicated to the cultivation of edible plants.

What to do

There are three distinct precincts to explore when you stay at Maiala Park Lodge.
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Hinterland

Up on the hinterland, there is a variety of nature based activities for you during your stay.

Samford and Surrounds

Samford and Surrounds

Head East to Samford and Surrounds and the dining and art options are endless.

Brisbane Valley

Brisbane Valley

Head West and you go down the back of the great dividing range to explore the agricultural and rail history of South East Queensland.