1770 Getaway Holiday Retreat is nestled into native, tropical surroundings and offers five individual self-contained villas strategically placed to offer a quiet, private and secluded stay. All villas are fully self-contained, air conditioned and within walking distance of pristine beaches, shops, restaurants and tours. Other stand out features are an on-site swimming pool and a Coffee Shop/Restaurant which offers a large range of hot and cold meals including vegetarian and gluten free options.Full hotel details
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For world renowned fishing, the 1770 Marina offers chartered trips and tours, and for those who'd rather let others haul in the catch, a short walk to restaurants will delight with seafood caught fresh and cooked with a flair for tropical taste-buds.
The surfers need not miss out on this smorgasbord of excitement, and can experience the novelty of surfing the most northern beaches on eastern Australia. Further out form shore a Great Barrier Reef day-trip will allow exploration of the wonders of the unique and beautiful reef from the safety and comfort of a cruiser of glass bottom boat. Of course the snorkeling and diving options offer up close and personal experiences with beautiful coral and marine life.
Whatever the pace, whatever the interest, Getaway 1770 is the right place for an unforgettable holiday. Explore the magnificent coastline, fish the estuaries, snorkel the Great Barrier Reef, surf Queensland's most northern surf beaches or take one of the many fantastic tours available. Town of 1770 is the closest jump-off point to the southern part of the Great Barrier Reef, north of Brisbane.
1770 Getaway - your jump-off point to 1770 Environmental Tours - Ride the LARC (Lighter amphibious resupply cargo vessel)
Travel on board the Larc with a day trip to the historical Bustard Bay lighthouse or spend an hour on the 'Sunset Cruise'.
Discover the Great Barrier Reef with cruises to Lady Musgrave Island & Fitzroy Reef.
-Great Barrier Reef Cruises
-Lady Musgrave Barrier Reef Cruises
The Town of 1770 boasts the closest jump-off point to the Reef north of Brisbane. Approximately 80 minutes on-board one of the fantastic cruises available.
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park
Experience the world's largest coral reef ecosystem.
-Deepwater National Park
-Eurimbula National Park
-Sir Joseph Banks Conservation Park
Observe mangrove fringed estuaries, freshwater paperbark swamps, coastal lowland eucalypt forests, weeping cabbage palms to tall rainforests with towering hoop pines. Some great bushwalks, spectacular scenery - perfect for the avid photographer.
Surf Queensland's most northern surf beach
The renowned Agnes Water. Surfboard and bodyboard hire and surf school available.
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QLD, Agnes Water/1770
avg. review 4.2
Lee-Anne Forrest from Brisbane | Reviewed in Sep 2014
Adam Mesic from Brisbane | Reviewed in Sep 2014
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Denise Purdon from Sunshine Coast | Reviewed in Jul 2014