A little slice of heaven – that’s Cougal Park in New South Wales.
A safe harbour in the bush, you can let the wind out of your sails
A little slice of heaven, home to Elizabeth and Hugh.
A getaway, a secret place in the hearts of a chosen few.

Cougal Park Bed & Breakfast on The Lions Tourist Road, in the Border Ranges – part of The Rainforest Way , 36 km north of Kyogle and 6 km south of the Queensland – New South Wales Border. Ideal for your visit to the World heritage Listed Border Ranges national Park.

Enjoy the peace and tranquility of the Australian Bush, soothe your soul and relax on our 135.5 hectare property consisting of remnant and regenerating Eucalypt forest and Rainforest, which ranges in elevation from 200 to 650m. Cougal Park shares a 1.7km boundary with part of the World Heritage Listed Border Ranges National Park, and is home to many species of native wildlife, including Koalas, Wallabies, and for birdwatching, over 157 different species of native birds – visit our gallery to see some of them.

Only a 2 hour drive from Brisbane, Cougal Park provides you with a comfortable, peaceful rainforest environment  to refresh and relax. We provide high quality, traditional, home cooked meals, with vegetables straight from the garden, and fresh baked bread. The magnificent view can be enjoyed together with a delicious breakfast served on the deck. With adjacent car park and easy access for those not so mobile, the house has three accommodation suites, consisting of a spacious bedroom with large bathroom, the bedrooms opening out onto a common verandah. The living and dining area surrounds a double sided fireplace, and is lined with wildlife paintings and opens onto the large covered deck which overlooks part of the extensive garden.

The LoungeMorning Mists

Cougal Park is dedicated to the preservation and restoration of the diverse ecosystems on the property, and providing a safe habitat for all our rich variety of wildlife, including endangered, threatened and non threatened species. The property is now protected permanently by a Voluntary Conservation Agreement in conjunction with National Parks.