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Scandi at Maleny, Luxury Accommodation Maleny - The morning view from the cabin across the Blackall Range, with pockets of clouds trapped between the peaks, and the sun rising to the right creating a golden glow.
Scandi at Maleny Luxury Cabin Accommodation

A hideaway where the rest of the world doesn't exist...


luxury accommodation maleny



Disconnect to reconnect, have long conversations without interruptions and let your day slip away without the guilt.


Be mesmerised by the breathtaking hinterland mountain views, unwind by the roaring fireplace, and settle into a place of pure comfort, style & luxury.

Soak up the starry nights, break away from your every day, and retreat to this unique adult-only luxury Maleny accommodation...

Scandi at Maleny, Luxury Accommodation Maleny - Inside the cabin, an image of the boucle lounge scattered with earth toned cushions and throws, with a platter of fruit and glasses of wine resting on the chaise and distant views of the blackall Range in the background.

the perfect hideaway


Nestled in the unspoilt hills of unceded Jinibara country on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, opened in May 2021, Scandi at Maleny is a new place to escape & stay for luxury hinterland getaways.


Switch your mind to “on leave from the rat race” and make time for your sense of flow at the cabin, immerse yourself in it, and enjoy the escape it brings.


Scandi at Maleny, Luxury Accommodation Maleny -  A picture inside the cabin of the kitchen with pendant light strip and counter stools, and a large wall art piece hanging on the wall with a luscious plant below the hanging.
Scandi at Maleny, Luxury Accommodation Maleny - A picture of the cabin’s interior taken looking towards the dining table, with a feature pendant over a round table and an extra tall plant in the corner, occasional chairs can be seen in the foreground.
Scandi at Maleny, Luxury Accommodation Maleny - An image of the deck at the cabin with 2 outdoor lounge, some hanging plants on the wall, and the beautiful candlenut trees over the balcony.

an eco-minded slow stay



Escape without compromising the planet and give back, at the same time, a break you can genuinely feel good about, not just for yourself but for our world too.

As a prefab, modular cabin, sustainability is inherent in its design, so it only makes sense to have a conscious approach to its operation.  


We use many sustainable and environmentally conscious practices within the cabin, such as partnering with ZeroCo and using their refillable bottles made from plastic destined for oceans and landfill. We connect with Community by contributing 50 meals to Oz Harvest for every guest booking and commit to donating at least 1% of our yearly profits to local not-for-profit organisations by being members of 1% for the Planet.


This slow stay is good for your heart, soul and, ultimately, our planet.


We want to inspire a new, conscientious way of travel and for guests to be able to choose to travel for the good of the world, community, Country and self.



Scandi at Maleny, Luxury Accommodation Maleny - An image of the deck at the cabin on a stunningly sunny day, showing the green landscape, and views across the Blackall Range, with a big white fluffy cloud in view.

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Scandi at Maleny, Luxury Accommodation Maleny - An image taken looking up at the cabin, where you can see the 4 modules, some outdoor furniture, and pot plants. The sky is blue and the cabin is surrounded by some trees.
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Scandi at Maleny acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the land on which we live, work and rest,

the Jinibara people and the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and

recognise and celebrate their continuing connection to land, water, culture and community

and remember that sovereignty was never ceded.


We pay our respect to Elders, both past and present and thank them for protecting Country since time immemorial, and stand together with the First Nations leaders of today and tomorrow. 

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