Worldsaway Retreat

Worldsaway Retreat, Zillman Road, Ocean View QLD, Australia

Worldsaway Retreat provides luxurious, eco-friendly accommodation Brisbane North in the Moreton Bay Region hinterland.

Enjoy warm and welcoming hospitality as you unwind in peaceful surrounds, basking in the serenity of this hinterland accommodation Ocean View retreat and its 40 acres of pristine hillside land overlooking the Glass House Mountains and Moreton Bay.

With stunning views, immaculate cabins, a first-class lounge and plenty of open space to relax and re-energise – you won’t find a more tranquil mountaintop spot to escape from the daily grind.

Best Kept Accommodation Ocean View Secret

This hinterland gem is nestled between Ocean View Estates Winery and Glengariff Historic Estate, located 50 minutes by car from the Brisbane CBD and only 15 minutes from the yesteryear town of Dayboro and quaint village of Mt Mee.

With numerous natural attractions, along with fantastic restaurants and cafes all nearby – you are simply spoiled for choice.

Accommodation Brisbane North Options

Stay in self-contained lodges, or cabins, or bring your own tent, or camper trailer. All cabins, lodges and camping sites offer breathtaking views across to the Glass House Mountains and Moreton Bay and are positioned to maximise the view while respecting the privacy of occupants.

Please note:

Worldsaway is a sanctuary free from hi-tech distraction, offering travellers the perfect getaway to nourish and nurture mind, body and spirit. There is no WiFi or TV in the cottages, however, FREE WiFi is available in a small range around the amenities building. To give you peace of mind, Worldsaway also receives reliable mobile phone reception.

Campsites are only suitable for tents and camper trailers. No caravans will be allowed. For campers make sure your vehicle towing capacity is suitable for trailer, a 4WD is required for access if you are towing a trailer.

Nature Activities on the Property

Disconnect from tech and reconnect to nature. There are numerous activities you can enjoy upon Worldsaway’s 40 acres of bliss:

  • Mountain walks
  • Hikes to seasonal waterfalls
  • Creek strolls
  • Open campfire dining
  • Hammock relaxation on the entertainment deck/outdoor lounge area

Point of Difference

Australian owned and operated, this breathtaking hinterland retreat was built from the earth up by a true wandering spirit. Stay and be inspired by the influences and experiences of a true traveller as you free yourself from distraction and first world problems, worlds away from everyone and everything.

The owners of Worldsaway Retreat believe in doing the utmost to help our planet and to do their bit, they’ve powered the entire property using ‘Off The Grid System Designs’ (next generation power systems) to run the:

  • Rain water tanks
  • Solar lights
  • Fruit trees

Accommodation Ocean View – Worldsaway Retreat Details

Address: 142 Zillman Road, Ocean View, Queensland

Check In/Out Times: Check-in 2.00pm & check-out 10.00am

Bookings Essential

For excellent accommodation Brisbane North nestled in the heart of Moreton Bay Region’s hinterland, stay at Worldsaway Retreat – the perfect natural haven free from hi-tech distractions.

Please note minimum 2 night stay required.


Worldsaway Retreat Accommodation Brisbane North

  • Luxurious eco-friendly, self-contained lodges/cabins
  • Two bedrooms with interconnecting bathroom in one section and the living/kitchen/dining area in the other
  • Each spacious cabin is two buildings separated only by undercover deck space and bar
  • An open-plan, multi-purpose undercover deck with built-in kitchen and projector which can be used as a retreat perfect for yoga or as a dining space for up to 20 people
  • Stunning views encompassing the Glass House Mountains from the Sunshine Coast to the Redcliffe Peninsula
  • Max 6 persons
  • 2 nights (minimum) stay

Lovers & Dreamers Cabin

  • 2 Bedrooms, accommodates maximum of 6 people, minimum 2 night stay
  • 1 x bathroom
  • This cabin is NOT wheelchair accessible

Inspiration of Understanding Cabin

  • 2 Bedrooms, accommodates maximum of 6 people, minimum 2 night stay
  • 2 x bathrooms, 2nd bathroom wheelchair accessible off living area
  • This cabin is wheelchair accessible

All Cabins Include:

  • Linen
  • Use of Amenities building
  • Use of entertainment areas
  • Access to all hikes and walking trails
  • Full cutlery, crockery set for 6, includes glassware
  • Pantry stocked with basic condiments (S&P, oil), tea, coffee, alfoil
  • Full BBQ kit including tongs, salad bowl and servers, cheese board knives, plastic plates and glasses, cutlery.

Amenities Building

  • 3 x toilets & showers
  • Huge double door fridge/freezer
  • Ice machine
  • 2 x Washers & Dryers
  • Iron and ironing board
  • FREE WiFi (works in a small range around the building only)

The Retreat Deck

  • Undercover (enclosed on 2 sides with wind down blinds on the view sides)
  • Solar Lighting + power
  • Dining for at least 20 people
  • Yoga Space for 12 people
  • Inbuilt Stereo
  • Massive Projector Screen for outdoor movies, DVD/Blue Ray player
  • Hammocks/Bean Bag
  • Weber Q barbecue
  • Camp Kitchen with hot and cold running water, 240 power and generous bench space
  • Deck Heater
  • Fire Pit (firewood free on-site)

Bush Entertainment Deck

  • Undercover
  • Bar with 4 stools
  • No water or power (cabins are equipped with torches)
  • Secluded setting
  • BBQ
  • Fire pit (firewood free on-site)


  • 3 sites (campers or tents)
  • 3 fire pits (firewood free on-site)
  • Power and water
  • Access to accommodation Ocean View amenities, entertainment areas, all hiking areas
  • Max 6 persons
  • 2 nights (minimum) stay
  • NOTE: If towing a camper trailer, a rated 4WD is required along with competent 4WD skills. Phoning ahead is advised.

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Acknowledgement of Country - We would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the lands and waterways of the Moreton Bay Region, the Kabi Kabi/Gubbi Gubbi, Jinibara, and Turrbal people and pay our respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging. We recognise the ongoing connection that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have to this land and recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the original custodians of this land.