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Palmersaurus Park

1 Warran Road, Yaroomba QLD 4573

Palmersaurus will be full of surprises and anyone who visits at twilight will see just how effective and impressive the lighting is.

Weighing in at around four metric tons and measuring up to thirteen metres from nose to tail, the Edmontosaurus stood around three metres tall and was part of the Hadrosauridae, or duckbill family of dinosaurs which were known for their remarkable dental arrangement. Three rows of interlocking munching molars on each side of the jaw added up to a grand total of over 700 teeth, ideal for chomping their way through the toughest cycads and conifers.

Palmersaurus will be available for hire to host children’s birthday parties, evening cocktail functions and other special occasions.

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Conondale National Park

Conondale National Park, Conondale QLD 4552

Conondale National Park forms the heart of an extensive area of unspoilt mountain scenery in the Conondale Range. With magnificent forests, deep gorges and spectacular views, this park and the adjacent State forest offer scenic drives, picnic areas and a choice of four grassy camp sites near rainforests and mountain streams. Walks range from a short stroll beside crystal clear streams, to challenging hikes including to Mount Allan fire tower or along the four-day 56 kilometre Conondale Range Great Walk. It is a picturesque and ecologically important area, protecting the habitats of many rare and threatened animals, including several species of frogs and the seldom-seen yellow-bellied glider. Access is via gravel roads suitable for conventional vehicles with care. In wet weather, roads may be closed. The scenic drive starting on Booloumba Creek Road has several creek crossings that are only accessible by high clearance four-wheel-drive vehicles. Allow at least 90 minutes for the scenic drive and extra time for picnics and bushwalks. Birdwatchers will enjoy Little Yabba Creek, while mountain bike and horse riders can explore the park and forest along vehicle tracks.

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Glass House Mountains National Park

Steve Irwin Way, via, Glass House Mountains QLD 4518

Craggy volcanic peaks, rhyolite plugs, rise abruptly above the scenic landscape, a rolling green patchwork of pine plantations, bushland and cultivated fields. The Glass House Mountains were named by Lieutenant James Cook as he voyaged up the Queensland coast in 1770. They are spiritually significant to the local Aboriginal people and are listed on the Queensland and National Heritage Registers as a landscape of national significance. In this park, remnants of the open eucalypt woodland and heath vegetation, which once covered the coastal plains, provide a home for an interesting variety of animals and plants. Visit the interpretive centre in the Glass House Mountains township. Drive to the nearby Glass House Mountains lookout in Beerburrum State Forest for views of the multiple peaks. Enjoy a picnic at the base of Mount Beerwah or Mount Tibrogargan. Take the easy Western Boundary walk at Mount Beewah or try a slightly more challenging walk such as the Tibrorgargan circuit or Mount Beeburrum track for great views. If you are a fit, experienced walker with rock climbing skills, tackle the Mount Ngungun summit track. The summit routes on Mounts Ngungun and Tibrogargan are also suitable for roped sports for experienced and well-equipped climbers.

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Mount Coolum National Park

David Low Way, Mount Coolum QLD 4573

Mount Coolum National Park, especially the green-cloaked dome of Mount Coolum, dominates the skyline of the Sunshine Coast lowlands. After rain, waterfalls cascade down steep craggy cliffs to open eucalypt forest skirting the lower slopes. Towards the summit, rare montane heath grows. The park also protects coastal wallum, paperbark wetlands and rainforest remnants. Climb the steep, rough 800 metre trail up the mountain's eastern side from the carpark to the summit. Carry water and snack food. Be rewarded with 360 degree views - most spectacular at sunrise. Look for peregrine falcons nesting along cliff faces. In winter and spring, photograph wildflowers. See how many different types of banksia you can find!

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Tewantin National Park

Tewantin National Park, Tewantin QLD 4565

Distinctively-shaped Mount Tinbeerwah (265 metres) stands out in the Tewantin National Park, which protects ancient flooded gum forests, wallum heaths and cabbage-tree palms. It also offers great views to the popular Noosa coast and lakes. Wooroi day-use area, set among she-oaks and bloodwoods, has picnic tables, barbecues and drinking water. (The butcherbirds and noisy miners are cheeky but please don't feed them). Walk along Wooroi Creek track and cool Palm Grove track. Head towards Cooroy and stop at Mount Tinbeerwah lookout. A 500 metre track leads to a lookout with 360 degree views over the Noosa River system, lakes and surrounding forests. About 130 metres along the walk, a lookout with coastal views is suitable for assisted wheelchair access.

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Noosa National Park

Noosa National Park, Noosa Heads QLD 4567

Noosa National Park, a chunk of wild coastline jutting into the ocean, is understandably one of Australia's most visited parks. Wallum heaths, woodlands and pockets of rainforest with hoop and kauri pine are important refuges for wildlife, including koalas and rare glossy black-cockatoos. Explore the picturesque Noosa Headland along a selection of five tracks, ranging from one kilometre to eight kilometres and catering to all fitness levels. Walk past rocky shorelines and spiky pandanus, through woodlands and rainforests with piccabeen palms, to wide beaches or lofty lookouts. In the Peregian section, stroll to the ocean beach. In the Emu Mountain section, on your way to the summit, discover wildflowers. In the East Weyba section, along unmarked vehicle trails, watch for birds - but keep to the trails at all times.

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Cooloola, Great Sandy National Park

Cooloola, Great Sandy National Park, Noosa Heads QLD 4567

In Cooloola, Great Sandy National Park you can experience the majesty of nature's sculpture in sand. Massive dunes, towering cliffs of coloured sands and wide ocean beaches have been etched by wind and water. Tall forests, fragrant wildflower heaths and paperbark swamps decorate the sands. Water features abound, including surf, freshwater lakes and the undisturbed upper Noosa River. Walk one of the scenic tracks to highlights such as the historic Double Island Point lighthouse. Pack a tent for the two to four day Cooloola Wilderness Trail. Drive along the beach or take the Cooloola Way and Freshwater Road through tall open forests and heathlands. You will need a four wheel drive vehicle with high clearance to enjoy driving the sand tracks or the beach at low tide. Canoe the Noosa River. Camp in a variety of areas: from formal campgrounds with facilities to wilderness camps. Visit information centres at Tewantin and Rainbow Beach.

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Mapleton Falls National Park

Mapleton Falls National Park, Mapleton QLD 4560

Mapleton Falls National Park marks the point just west of Mapleton where Pencil Creek cascades 120 metres over an escarpment. This small, day-use-only park shelters many bird species, including the peregrine falcon, eastern whipbird and wompoo fruit-dove. From the carpark, enjoy a short walk to Mapleton Falls lookout (wheelchair access to toilet and lookout). The panoramic view takes in the waterfall, rainforest valley and Obi Obi Valley. Look for peregrine falcons soaring above - in early spring they roost on the edges of the falls. From the open, grassy picnic area, the Wompoo circuit winds through eucalypts and rainforest. Listen for the fruit-dove's booming calls, 'wallock-a-woo' and 'book-a-roo'. Near the causeway pool, listen for frogs and look for distinctive hexagonal volcanic rocks.

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Mooloolah River National Park, Jowarra Section

Mooloolah River National Park, Jowarra section, Beerwah QLD 4519

This park on the banks of the Mooloolah River, protects one of the few remaining coastal rainforest areas in this region. Also known as Jowarra, this is an important home for wildlife, including the wompoo fruit-dove, eastern yellow robin and the vulnerable Richmond birdwing butterfly. The river is home to platypus, which may be seen at dawn and dusk. Two short, easy walks lead from the rest area: the Mooloolah River circuit and the Melaleuca walk. The tracks are not sealed but in dry weather they are wheelchair accessible. Use insect repellent to deter mosquitoes and leeches.

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Kondalilla National Park

Kondalilla Falls Road, 4 kilometres north of Montville, Montville QLD 4560

Named after the spectacular Kondalilla Falls, where Skene Creek drops 90 metres into a rainforest valley, this park is a cool mountain retreat and an important refuge for many native animals and plants. The park takes its name from an Aboriginal word meaning 'rushing waters'. Five rare and threatened frog species as well as the rare bopple nut, a species of macadamia plant, are found here. Birdwatchers and nature photographers love this park, with its views, rainforest and wildlife. Enjoy a picnic at Kondalilla Falls day-use area. Stroll along the easy 1.7 kilometre Picnic Creek circuit or take the more challenging 4.6 kilometre Kondalilla Falls circuit, with about 100 steps and views of the falls. If you are feeling fit, you can enjoy a section of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland Great Walk, starting from Baroon Pocket Dam picnic area (near Lake Baroon) and walking to Kondalilla Falls picnic area (11.7 kilometres one way) or continuing on to Flaxton walkers' camp, a bush camp provided especially for walkers, (a further 4.6 kilometres one way).

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Cooloola Nature

23667 - Gympie QLD 4570

The Cooloola Coast is part of the Great Sandy Strait, which is an internationally important wetland. It is an area of tidal swamps and intertidal sand and mud flats. The vegetation includes beds of seagrass, mangrove forests and saltmarsh wetlands. The Great Sandy Strait supports 38 species of shorebirds including 18 migratory species. The area is also used by other threatened species such as turtles and dugongs. The Cooloola Coast is a perfect place for shorebirds. At low tide there are extensive sand banks where the birds can search for food and at high tide there are secluded places where they can roost and rest without disturbance.

Come stroll along the “Tin Can Bay Foreshore Birdwalk”, a Feature Site “Along the Bird Trails of Cooloola

Tin Can Bay is known throughout Australia as one of the most charming villages on the SE Queensland coast; our Foreshore continuing to gather praise for it's wealth of natural beauty.
 
Located within Queensland’s Great Sandy Straits, it is also part of a Ramsar Wetland of international importance.
 
Whether bicycle riding, jogging, or just casually strolling, follow the signage along the 4 km stretch of the easily accessible “Tin Can Bay Foreshore Bird Walk”, you will soon discover that Tin Can Bay is home to a truly wonderful variety of birds.
 
With a list 143 species already sighted, our Foreshore is gaining a “reputation” as a great place to bird watch, providing a range of habitats for an excellent birding experience.
 
Visit our Website www.birdingcooloola.org.au for more information on the Diverse range of Habitats & Bird Species to be found in Cooloola.

Images:

Masked Lapwing (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Red-backed Fairy-wren (Male) (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Scaly-breasted Lorikeet (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Scarlet Honeyeater (Male) (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Striated Heron (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
White-cheeked Honeyeater (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Bar-tailed Godwit (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Buff-banded Rail (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Dollarbird (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Eastern Curlew (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Eastern Yellow Robin (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)
Great Knot (Acknowledgement to Amelia Nielsen - COOLOOLA NATURE)

Somerset Dam

Wivenhoe-Somerset Dam Road, Kilcoy QLD 4515
Water babies - grab your gear and get moving to Somerset Dam. Approximately one hour from Brisbane in Kilcoy Shire, and neatly cradled by a ring of surrounding hills, conditions there are perfect for water skiing, wake-boarding, sailing and fishing. The dam has a serious role to play as one of Brisbane's most important water catchments but when the sun is shining, the boats are out and the folks are splashing around, it's strictly a carefree zone. Somerset Dam has excellent camping and boat ramp facilities and is a perfect base for touring the surrounding towns and countryside. It's the perfect playground for short breaks or longer vacations alike. ...

Jimna State Forest

Jimna State Forest, Jimna QLD 4515
Jimna State Forest has had a colourful history of gold mining and timber milling. The last flurry of mining, in the 1940s, yielded 2.8 kilograms of gold. Attractions include creeks, log bridges and wildlife including platypus and many species of birds. Go bushwalking on one of the easy or moderate walking tracks. Peach Trees camping area, beside Yabba Creek, is perfect for a picnic or overnight stay and is suitable for caravans. It is also home to a family of eastern grey kangaroos. Possums reside in the toilet block! Ride your mountain bike or explore in your four wheel drive....
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Pacific Beach Resort

95 Mooloolaba Esplanade, Mooloolaba QLD 4557
Pacific Beach Resort at Mooloolaba Beach offers superb beachfront holiday accommodation in Mooloolaba, the heart of the Sunshine Coast. Walk out your door and experience Mooloolaba's best dining, with the very best shopping, dining and entertainment venues all within a few steps from your holiday apartment at Pacific Beach resort, you'll find this truly is the perfect accommodation option for a relaxing beachside holiday. One, two and three Bedroom Apartments which are comfortable and fully self contained, with magnificent views out to the ocean. The Luxury, Superior and Beachfront Apartments appreciate a north-easterly aspect with 180 degree ocean views from Noosa to the north and views to the south including Mooloolaba Bay and Point Cartwright. The Oceanview Apartments have a northerly aspect with ocean views to the front and north over the Coolum and Noosa coastline. Sun yourself by the private heated pool, play tennis, enjoy a barbecue or a relaxing spa or sauna. Have fun in the large recreational room with video games and pool tables. The tour desk can assist you with exploring the Sunshine Coast hinterland and transport to and from the Resort....

Anzac Avenue Memorial Trees, Beerburrum

Anzac Avenue, Beerburrum QLD 4517
Beerburrum, off Steve Irwin Way, was the first and largest of about 24 soldier settlements established in Queensland to help returned soldiers re-enter civilian life as farmers. The Governor's wife Lady Goold-Adams drew the first land ballot on 6 November 1916. More than 21,000 hectares of farming land was made available for pineapple growing, other horticulture, bee-keeping and poultry. Over the course of the scheme, which ran until 1929, about 400 soldiers and their families tried their luck farming at Beerburrum. Poor soil and low prices made it financially tough for the former diggers. By 1929, only 69 soldier settlers remained. In May 1920, General Sir William Birdwood, described by some historians as 'the soul of ANZAC', planted a camphor laurel tree in what he named ANZAC Avenue. School children planted more trees to create an avenue, in time for a visit to the settlement by the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII) in August that year. Unlike other memorial avenues in which a tree symbolised a specific fallen soldier (often bearing a name plate), Beerburrum's trees were in memory of 'lost mates'. Today, only 13 trees from the WWI memorial survive. ...

Witta

Witta, Witta QLD 4552
Fresh air, peace and tranquillity. That's what is on offer in the small hamlet of Witta. Witta, once known as Teutoburgh in the 1880s, was first settled by German immigrants. The name Teutoburgh came from a nearby German mission. Witta offers the chance to stroll the few streets that make up the little village and take in some fresh air or perhaps drop into the general store. By the way, the general store is also the only store in town. Nonetheless it is a fine place to start to explore a town that has more on offer than it might first seem. Although the general store is a modern building, the owner, George Soady, says there was once an older store on that site. Further down the road from the store is the original Witta School. The Witta School is now a community facility with toilets, shady areas and picnic tables. Across the way from the school, the Witta Recreational Club has a children's playground and a large playing field. But Witta's best-kept secrets are twofold. Just across the road from the store is what the locals boast is the best view of the head of the Mary Valley that gives rise to the Mary River. The second secret is historical - the old Witta Cemetery. A walk around Witta Cemetery proffers a snapshot of the early settlers. Scattered across the cemetery are the names of the first German families who settled at Witta. Curiously, pictures or symbols accompany many of the inscriptions on the gravestones. The symbols indicate the interests of the deceased like musical notes, piano, horserider, fisherman and sailing ships. Then there are epitaphs like 'It's not the first game that counts, it's the last one.'...

Noosa Secret Destinations - 4 Belli Street

4 Belli Street, Noosa Heads QLD 4567
Located just a short walk from the famous Noosa Main Beach and cosmopolitan Hastings Street, this Noosa holiday rental is comfortable and ideal for families and couples. The Belli Street home features five bedrooms, four bathrooms, a large swimming pool and heated outdoor spa. Stay in and enjoy the facilities, or go out and take in the breathtaking surrounds – either way you can indulge in a holiday you will remember. The property has two separate lounges, a generously sized open-plan kitchen and a top floor terrace overlooking the pool and outdoor area. Enjoy gatherings and dinner on the top floor terrace, or relax in comfortable outdoor lounges in the downstairs entertaining area. The top terrace has an outdoor dining table with seating for eight and a family sized barbecue. All bedrooms are comfortable with quality queen size beds or twin single beds and feature luxury bed linen and towels. The queen sized bedrooms have their own ensuite bathrooms. The kitchen features stone top benches with modern European appliances including an oven, cooktop, microwave, dishwasher and full size refrigerator. Undercover parking for two motor vehicles is available on the property. River access is available directly across street....

Noosa Long Weekend Festival Inc

Suite 13 Ecomnoosa, 95 Eumundi Rd, Noosaville QLD 4566
Ten Incredible days and nights! Presenting the Best of the Best in terms of artists, performers, authors, visual arts, film, food and fun! They are ecstatic about how exciting their 2016 festival event program was, and truly there was something for all ages, tastes and price ranges on offer....

The Spa Room

Shop 114 Oceans Arcade, Mooloolaba QLD 4557
The Spa Room is a boutique Day Spa on the beautiful Mooloolaba Esplanade that specialises in skin science, body therapies and relaxation. They offer a wide range of spa services including high performance facials, 8 different types of heavenly massage, a variety of luxury full body treatments and of course, all kinds of pampering add on's to complete your memorable spa experience. At The Spa Room, they create the perfect setting for their clients to relax, revitalise and renew within their tranquil and peaceful little sanctuary here on the Esplanade. ...
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Raintrees Resort

1 Bryce Street, Moffat Beach QLD 4551
Raintrees Resort is surrounded by lush natural rainforest, beautiful landscaped gardens and situated on one and a half acres of prime beach front land at Moffat Beach. The spacious two and three bedroom apartments are fully self-contained, with Foxtel television provided and free wi-fi. Facilities include two rock pools, one heated with an eight metre water slide and spa and the other set in a quiet area for relaxation. There are two secluded barbecue areas with furniture and underground secure parking. Raintrees is only a short drive to the Australian Zoo and Underwater World. There are a myriad of activities such as water sports, sky diving, golf and fishing on offer within the area. A Thai Restaurant, Post Office Shop, Supermarket and Bakery are situated on the same block and it is only a short stroll from a restaurant strip, newsagent, gift shop and art gallery. Raintrees is the perfect place to relax with everything you need within a close vicinity....

Landsborough

Landsborough, Landsborough QLD 4550
Landsborough, gateway to the Blackall Range and to the Mary Valley, is one of the historic townships of the Sunshine Coast. From 1868, it grew behind the wheels of Cobb and Co. coaches as they followed the tree line blazed by Tom Petrie to Gympie gold, discovered by James Nash in 1867. The historic town bears the name of one of Australia's most successful explorers, William Landsborough. The social history of the Caloundra region can also be traced at the Landsborough Museum and businesses like the Landsborough Hotel offer an authentic slice of the town’s history. Close to Landsborough is Ewen Maddock Dam with walking trails and picnic spots to enjoy. There is also a swimming spot for a dip in the dam. Families will especially love the award winning Pioneer Park in Landsborough built especially to cater for active kids and those with special needs....
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Melawondi Spring Retreat

149 Melawondi Road, Imbil QLD 4570
Melawondi Spring Retreat is the perfect getaway nestled on 30 acres of natural bushland situated in the Mary Valley less than two hours from Brisbane. From the moment you arrive at Melawondi Spring Retreat, you will feel a sense of serenity and tranquility within a relaxing atmosphere. There is a choice of two types of accommodation - Luxury Studio or Spring View Cabin. There is one of each type of accommodation and they are both located in different parts of the property to ensure your total privacy and seclusion. No need to check in. Just drive up to your private studio or cabin, relax and enjoy. After arrival simply admire the beautiful & natural surroundings, help yourself to the delicious home cooked goodies and other 'special extras' awaiting your arrival. Full breakfast provisions included in tariff plus complimentary bottle of champagne & seasonal platter on arrival (unless otherwise stated). With the lush natural environment the retreat ensures guests pure relaxation, comfort and style!...
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Noosa River Holiday Park

4 Russell Street, Noosaville QLD 4566
Tucked along the foreshore of the Noosa River, this holiday parks provides the ultimate destination. Whether casting a line from the shore, launching from the boat ramp, paddling your canoe or kayak, catching the sunset with friends or simply watching the passing parade of ferries and watercraft - you have a birdseye view of river life and a taste of that famous Noosa lifestyle. In just two kilometres by foot, car, or bus you will be marvelling at the beauty of Noosa Beach, the National Park and the contrast of the myriad of fine shops and restaurants lining Hastings Street. The other direction takes you to Gympie Terrace to fill your days or nights with river side dining, shopping, activities, water sports and ferry pit stops. Fantastic Tour Options, Catch a Wave or Learn to Surf, Eumundi Markets and the Hinterland, day trips to Fraser Island or the Everglades and so much more - all you could want and contained within this beautifully presented Holiday Park with its powered slab sites for Caravans and RV's and site options for camper trailer, International Campervans and tents. Their park is complete with camp kitchen, laundry, amenities, wi-fi and Tourist Information and Bookings....

Destination Gympie Region Visitor Information Centre - Puma Roadhouse, Kybong

Bruce Highway, Kybong QLD 4570
Destination Gympie Region Visitor Information Centre (Kybong Roadhouse) is located at Kybong on the Bruce Highway 11 kilometres south of Gympie. This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries. Staffed by skilled and knowledgeable locals, the Destination Gympie Region Kybong Visitor Information Centre can provide advice on the things to see, things to do, where to stay, and where to eat. Discuss with the friendly staff your travel plans and collect maps or brochures....

Noosa Civic Shopping Centre

28 Eenie Creek Road, Noosaville QLD 4566
Located less than 10 minutes from Hastings Street, Noosa Civic Shopping Centre is the biggest shopping destination on the northern end of the Sunshine Coast. With Big W, Woolworths and 100 speciality stores including Priceline, Lorna Jane and City Beach, it’s got all your holiday needs covered. Enjoy the relaxed single level shopping experience, with plenty of free parking....

Coral Gardens Dive Site Mooloolaba

Coral Gardens, Mooloolaba QLD 4557
Located on the Inner Gneerings off Mooloolaba, the Coral Gardens are like a small section of the Great Barrier Reef on the Sunshine Coast. Lovely hard and soft corals rule this reef in depths from 10 to 15 metres, with the site topography dominated by a series of gutters. It is easy to get lost exploring these gutters, not only as they all look similar, but also because divers get so engrossed looking at all the fish and invertebrate species. A multitude of tropical fish species populate this reef, but divers will also see countless nudibranchs, shrimps, flatworms, sea stars and many other invertebrate species. Also commonly seen at the Coral Gardens are turtles, wobbegongs, eagle rays, batfish, trevally and stingrays....
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The Retreat Beach Houses

390 David Low Way, Peregian Beach QLD 4573
Absolute beachfront - total relaxation at The Retreat Beach Houses. Enjoy traditional Queensland style beach houses, nestled amongst sand dunes. Located at Peregian Beach, the gateway to Noosa, The Retreat Beach Houses offer guests a contrast to city life as well as ocean and bush views. With private direct beach access, The Retreat also features a temperature controlled lagoon style pool, poolside barbecues, and a full size tennis court. Each beach house is designed with nature in mind. Timbers and shades match the natural colours of the bush and beach. Upstairs, living areas give gorgeous views and receive cool breezes. Bedrooms are located downstairs with good privacy. Each two and three bedroom beach house contains a full well equipped kitchen, full laundry, two large northeast facing balconies, direct dial telephones and two bathrooms. In-house babysitting can be arranged and undercover parking is provided....