Chambers Lodge

Subject: Chambers Lodge
From: Ronda Green <>
Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2014 09:01:25 +1000
Hi Donald

I stayed at Chambers Lodge last year.  No luck with platypus but I did see 
sugar gliders come to the trees at night in response to honey-water splashed 
onto the trunks.  I had to wait about 90 minutes, and by that time was the only 
one still watching, but there were three gliders there for quite some time, and 
unafraid as I took photos.  Apparently striped possums also come to these feed 

There are walking tracks through the forest, and a small library of nature 
books.  No restaurants or food stores close, but the units have their own 
kitchens, fully equipped for making your own meals. The staff were friendly and 



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> Date: Fri, 13 Jun 2014 22:20:46 -0700
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> To: 
> Subject: [Birding-Aus] Helpful advise on where to take folks looking for 
> Fig-Parrots and enjoying the rainforest
> Thank you so much for the great replies to my former post.  I would reply
> to that one directly but am a bit challenged when it comes to I.T.
> One other question guys.  Has anyone stayed at Chambers Lodge?  I thought
> it might be a great place and so close to Lake Eacham.  Also seems there
> are some platypus ponds too.  Not sure if its easy to see the little
> creatures though.  The folks that come with me are going to be from
> overseas so I suspect Platypus and other creatures are going to be hits.
> The main focus will be on Aussie parrots though.  I know that Fig-parrots
> can be seen at the lodge.
> By the way I did definitely enjoy Kingfishers Lodge at Julatten when I was
> there in 2008.  Great folks and Keith was super patient with my questions
> etc.  Great fun.
> Anyone ever visit Chambers Lodge and have some feedback?
> Thanks
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