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Rates shown in Australian Dollars (AU$) & are tax inclusive per room. Booking fees apply
|Check In Instructions||
Reception Hours: 8.30am-5pm & 9.00am-3pm Sundays. PLEASE ENSURE ARRIVAL TIME HAS BEEN ADVISED Arrivals after hours will be issued with a security code to access key safe.
Virgin Blue have daily flights into the Fraser Coast Airport and Maroochydore Airport. A 1.45 hrs drive from the Fraser Coast Airport by coach via the Maryborough bypass road and from Maroochydore drive north along the Bruce Highway and turn off from Gympie. All roads are clearly marked. From Brisbane airport the drive will take 2.5 hours directly down the Bruce Highway with the turn off from Gympie. Coach transfers are available from each airport.
Rainbow Beach Air offer services for guests who need to fly from Brisbane, Maroochydore or Noosa to Rainbow Beach and return, for weekends, or any other needs that people may have. This is a Cessna 182 which will fly to Rainbow Beach from Brisbane in 50 minutes, Maroochydore in 35 minutes and Noosa in 25 minutes. This will give direct access if need be.
Gympie is on the main Queensland coastal rail track with services from Brisbane in the South and Cairns in the North. Serviced by the Sunlander, Tilt train and other local train services. Gympie is 45 minutes from Rainbow with connecting bus services to Rainbow Beach.
Complimentary off street undercover security car parking for 1 vehicle is allocated to each apartment.
|Things To Do||
Rainbow Beach, being a mainland destination offers the flexibility of exploring the whole Cooloola Coast area with its diversified natural and man made attractions including wineries, steam train rides through the picturesque Mary Valley, visits to local Gold Mining towns with Heritage Walks through the township and visits to the beautiful Fraser Island and unique eco friendly rainforests and waterways.
This is the largest sand island in the world and is heritage listed. Rainbow Beach is the gateway to this magnificent Island and can be accessed directly from Rainbow Beach by barge from Inskip Point or the Rainbow Beach Flying Service which offers daily flights. This environmentally sensitive region is where you can discover abundant wildlife and natural beauty with seemingly endless golden beaches, towering hardwood forests, pristine rainforests and crystal clear freshwater lakes with gurgling blood red streams, prehistoric ferns and mosaic coloured sands.
Coloured Sands and More
Take a tour through the Cooloola National Park, Coloured Sands, Double Island Point Lighthouse, Rainforest and Lake Freshwater.
Carlo Sand Blow
A bush walk up to Carlo Sandblow is a must for every visitor. The Blow is an easy 600m walk from the car park. Spectacular views of The Coloured Sands, Double Island Point and Tin Can Bay Inlet are the bonus for your efforts. This is a most beautiful piece of Natures Sculpture.
Dolphin Viewing at Tin Can Bay
Take a cruise or a short drive and you can see the wild Dolphins come in to be fed. Also a good opportunity to take a look around this pretty little town.
Rainbow Beach has many beautiful walks including, Lake Poona and Lake Freshwater
- Hangliding and Paragliding
- Tandem Skydiving
- Surf School and Board Hire
- Sea Kayaking
- Scuba Diving
- Wind Surfing
- Fraser Island Tours
- Sport: Bowls, Tennis, Golf
- The Gympie Gold Mining and Historical Museum takes a couple of hours to see properly, it includes a military museum
- The Woodworks Forestry and Timber Museum features demonstrations of early timber cutting techniques and a working replica of a steam driven sawmill
- Take a guided heritage walk to see the significant buildings of this historical gold mining town. In 1876 James Nash discovered gold which started a gold rush and the beginning of this township.