Do you recall the famous novel by Johann David Wyss called “The Swiss Family Robinson?” It was about a Swiss family of immigrants whose ship en route to Port Jackson, Australia, goes off course and is shipwrecked in the East Indies? Long story short, they end up building a treehouse as shelter and live most their lives there (well they move to a cave, and some of the others return to civilization). As a kid, I enjoyed watching the made-for-television movie named after the book and dreamed of living in a treehouse. I write about them often. Funny enough, I came across a listing of a stunning treehouse retreat in Queensland for sale. It sounds pretty tempting! Take a look.
As described by the seller, the stunning treehouse retreat is nestled in a rainforest. It overlooks lush tropical foliage on a private property that you’ll only share with abundant visiting birds. The property backs onto a bushland corridor with direct access to the neighboring valley and creek, and is ideally set at the end of an extremely quiet kid-safe cul-de-sac accessed by just two driveways. The peaceful, highly sought-after street provides the impression of a rural acreage setting whilst being conveniently located close to Buderim Village centre, schools, Buderim Falls and the Sunshine Motorway. 
The property is one level and is spread out across approximately 17,000 sqft. It has five bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a sprawling kitchen and livingroom and wrap-around decks to take in the beautiful surroundings.
If you want to see a virtual tour of the property. Click here.
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A Governor-General Award recipient, Helen Hatzis was also voted as one of Canada's Nicest People! A xenophile at heart, she lives to travel and loves to share her experience on Trip Jaunt (formerly Weekend Jaunt), an online travel community and hub she founded in 2010. She hopes that you will feel inspired to discover the world as well! Helen is a member of the North American Travel Journalists Association and the Academy of Canadian Film and Television.