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Reflections, Lake Cooby

Reflections, Lake Cooby is a multipurpose function centre based on 50 acres of bushland on the shores of Lake Cooby. Located a short 30 minutes from Toowoomba, Reflections (also known as Camp Cooby) has the capability to host corporate retreats, private and corporate functions, weddings, school camps, and can accommodate 150+ guests. Reflections has a number of indoor and outdoor event locations - all with water views! Their Function Centre, Dining Room, Conference Room, Gazebo, Bonfire Pits, Function Centre Lawn, historic Loveday Barn, Bunya View Ceremony Area, Lakeside Marquee, and Marquee Lawn are ready and waiting to host your next wedding, celebration, private or corporate event. Reflections has a range of facilitated activities to suit all ages and abilities. For the more adventurous guests - ropes courses, mountain biking, archery, canoeing, waterslides and more are available. For those seeking a more relaxed experience, our mindfulness workshops, bushwalks, or cozying up around the bonfire with a cup of tea might be more to your liking. All with water views, the accommodation options on offer at Reflections are the perfect solution for your next wedding, private or corporate function, retreat, or getaway. Accommodation options include Bell Tents (sleeps 2 per tent), Cooby Lakehouse (sleeps 10), and airconditioned bunk rooms (sleeps 140+ over 18 rooms).

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Email Reflections, Lake Cooby

4696 6244

239 Loveday Road, Geham Queensland 4352, Australia

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