Montville Village, known as the creative heart of the Sunshine Coast, was first settled in 1887 and is a unique combination of restored historical and modern structures where shopping has become a way of life.

Montville’s village charm blends Tudor, Irish and English cottages with Swiss and Bavarian chalets, an old mill water-wheel, venerable old “Queenslanders” and a panoramic spectacular view which would be one of the best in Australia.

There are many art galleries, pottery studios, fashion shops, craft cottages, specialty shops, gift and antique shops and many more – you can even have your destiny read, and then get a second opinion!.

Montville offers top class award-winning restaurants, tea rooms and cafés, outdoor and indoor, where you can relax and enjoy a variety of menus, wherever possible, using fresh local tropical produce.

An extensive range of accommodation is available within the village and immediate surrounds, offering well-appointed motel suites, cosy guest houses and luxury private cabins for family stays to memorable honeymoons.

Adjacent to the village to the north, Kondalilla National Park invites you to experience its scenic walks, waterfalls and lush rainforest.

Similarly to the South Baroon Pocket dam with its tranquil waters provides picnic areas, walking tracks, fishing, sailing and canoeing.

Within the village, the sites and restored buildings of historic note are sign posted. A Senses Trail has been established at Razorback Lookout, providing direct contact with nature.

Montville Village, nested atop the escarpment of the Blackall Range, offers all that could be desired by visitors – unique shopping , fine food and accommodation amidst rural lakes and National Parks, all within easy driving of both the Sunshine Coast and Queensland’s capital Brisbane.