Jodha Bai Retreat

Things To Do

5 o’clock Cocktails & Snacks

Join us for 5 o’clock Happy hour served at the bar in front of the main residence.  Take in the awesome views and share a story or two with our intrepid travellers. Bookings a must.

Bar & Billiards Room

Enjoy a game of Pool or Snooker with our resident pool sharks and take in the awesome southern views of the Pacific ocean, mountains, farmland & Tweed River.

Beautiful Vista’s & Locales Nearby

Husk Distillery

Husk Distillery is a working farm and distillery, nestled on the Tweed River in Tumbulgum. Husk is pioneering a paddock-to-bottle style of Australian Cultivated Rum and is the home of Ink Gin. Visit the cellar door to learn and discover a new appreciation of rum and gin, attend a distillery tour, cocktail class or other experience, or simply relax in the grounds for a cocktail and some lunch.

Mount Warning

Mount Warning, a mountain in the Tweed Range in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia, was formed from a volcanic plug of the now-gone Tweed Volcano. The mountain is located 14 kilometres west-south-west of Murwillumbah, near the border between New South Wales and Queensland.

Tropical Fruit World

Set amongst rainforest, water catchments and the rolling volcanic mineral soil from the caldera of Mount Warning, this working fruit farm is situated in the prime environment to grow over 500 fruits from right throughout the world. The Tropical Fruit World brand encompasses guided tours and tastings, a farm owned fruit market Plantation Markets, and a regional dining and event venue Plantation House.

Coolangatta/ Greenmount Beach walk

Greenmount Beach is our little piece of paradise on the Gold Coast, family friendly for a swim and from the pathway you get a nice view back over Coolangatta all the way to Surfers Paradise. Once you’ve seen the surfers catch a few waves keep heading around the headland and shortly you’ll get to Rainbow Bay. Continuing past the Surf Club you’ll come to Snapper Rocks, one of the most famous surf breaks in the world and home of the Quiksilver Pro surfing contest. And once you climb the small hill up to Point Danger on the Queensland / NSW border you’ll be overlooking another well-known surfing beach, Duranbah.

Fingal Lookout & Lighthouse

A popular attraction is the Fingal Lighthouse that can be reached via a short walk through remnant coastal rainforest. Watch dolphins play and whales during their annual migration season. Cook Island and its marine reserve can be seen offshore, its variety of bird species makes it popular for birdwatchers.