MJ Yurts - Ballandean - Queensland

Yurt Namar

Namar  (Mongolian word for Autumn)  is fully self contained and can sleep 4 pax, 2 in the Bedroom and 2 on a sofa bed in the lounge room
All Linen and towels are provided. Firewood Supplied.  

The Kitchenette has a Cook Top, Microwave,  Small Fridge, Toaster, Tea, Coffee Sugar and Milk is supplied It’s fully equipped with all utensils

The Lounge Room Has lounge 2 sofas , Log fire, Flat Screen TV, Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning, Dining table and 4 Chairs, One Sofa converts to a Double  Bed 
USB port for Charging

Bedroom Queen Size bed, Electric Blanket, Flat Screen TV,  Fan with remote control 

Bathroom Has a Shower, heat lamps, towels. Washpool Farm handmade soaps

Drinking water is rain water Tanks treated via an ultra violet light system

The power is provided by Solar panels from the Farmhouse

Yurt Zuny

ZUNY (Mongolian word for SUMMER )  is fully self contained and can  sleep 4 pax, 2 in the Bedroom and 2 in the  Lounge Room. The beds are 2 King size that can be changed to 4 King Singles or 1 King and 2 King Singles
All towels and Linen are provided. Firewood Supplied  

The Kitchenette has a Cook Top, Microwave, Small fridge, Toaster, Tea, Coffee Sugar and Milk is supplied. It's fully equipped with all utensils

The Lounge Room 2 person Lounge suite, and 2 single lounge chairs,  Log fire, Flat Screen TV,  Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning, Dining table and 4 Chairs
  USB port for Charging

Bedroom King size or 2 King Single beds , Flat Screen TV , Fan with remote control
 Bathroom Has a Shower, heat lamps, towels, Washpool Farm handmade  soaps

Drinking water is rain water Tanks treated via an ultra violet light system

The power is provided by Solar Panels from the Farmhouse

A look at the history of yurts showed:

Yurts have been a distinctive feature of life in Central Asia for at least three thousand years. Herodotus of Halicarnassus, who lived in Greece between 484 and 424 BC, recorded the first written description of a yurt used as a dwelling. Herodotus, who is regarded as the father of history, was the first person in the world to record an accurate account of the past. He described yurt-like tents as the dwelling place of the Scythians, a horse riding-nomadic nation who lived in the northern Black Sea and Central Asian region from around 600 BC to AD 300. Thus, the yurt was described in the first historical document in the world.

You definitely won’t be staying in a tent like the original the yurts! They are actually 8-sided small, solid buildings.

We look forward to receiving your booking.

James & Mary-Ann Goss


Yurt Namar

pathway from office
Pathway from office
Namar coloured glass lounge.jpg
Coloured glass lounge
lounge & Kitchen
Lounge & Kitchen
Lounge
Lounge
Kitchen
Kitchen
Lounge
Lounge
Bedroom
Bedroom
View from bedroom
View from bedroom
Bathroom
Bathroom

Yurt Zuny

Zuny front
Zuny front
Namar and Zuny from the office
Namar and Zuny from the office
lounge & Kitchen
Lounge & Kitchen
Lounge glass
Lounge glass
two beds
Two beds
bedroom with view
View from bedroom
Bedroom window
Bedroom window
bathroom
Bathroom
Proprietor's house
Proprietor's house