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The Edge on Beaches - Agnes Water Hotels

The Edge on Beaches

Cpn. Cook Dr. & Beaches Village Circuit, Agnes Water - Map
"Beautiful spacious accommodation!"
The unit was well laid out beautiful simple furniture. Every thing was so well laid out. staff were very friendly and informatitive and the motel was located central to both 1770 and Agnes Waters.
Traveller from Wason
Captain Cook Holiday Village - Seventeen Seventy Hotels

Captain Cook Holiday Village

384 Captain Cook Drive, Seventeen Seventy - Map
"Wonderful staff"
Fantastic welcome and service. We will be staying here again.
Traveller from Runaway Bay, Qld
Agnes Palms Beachside Apartments - Agnes Water Hotels

Agnes Palms Beachside Apartments

52 Captain Cook Drive, Agnes Water - Map
"This is mainly a backpackers place "
The room we stayed in was clean with comfortable bed and good pillows. Lights missing in the bathroom and quite noisy as it is mainly for backpackers.
Traveller from Graceville Brisbane
Sandcastles 1770 Motel & Resort - Agnes Water Hotels

Sandcastles 1770 Motel & Resort

40 Captain Cook Drive, Agnes Water - Map
Nice place, right in the middle of agnes and 1770. Good restaurant downstairs with live music
A Traveller
Agnes Water Beach Club - Agnes Water Hotels

Agnes Water Beach Club

3 Agnes Street, Agnes Water - Map
"great location"
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Beach Club. The room had everything and the owner and staff were very welcoming and attentive to our needs . The location is ideal. We would definitely return to stay.
Traveller from Mornington Peninsula
Located in the heart of Agnes Water and minutes away from the Town of 1770, guests who book a stay at the Agnes Water Beach …More
1770 Beach Shacks - Seventeen Seventy Hotels

1770 Beach Shacks

578 Captain Cook Drive, Seventeen Seventy - Map
"Perfect location for sunset."
Relaxed theme, high ceilings, heaps of space, and beautiful sunset over the inlet & sandbars, complete with dolphins. Good exercise walking up stairs. Overall, great.
Traveller from Gladstone, Qld.
Mango Tree Motel - Agnes Water Hotels

Mango Tree Motel

7 Agnes Street, Agnes Water - Map
"Good position"
Good place to stay. There was a noisy party that went till 2am, the next morning the owner told the culprits to pack up and leave and not come back.
Traveller from Victoria
Lala-land Eco Holiday Retreat - Agnes Water Hotels

Lala-land Eco Holiday Retreat

61 Bicentennial Drive, Agnes Water - Map
If you like all your creature comforts and the beauty and tranquillity of the great outdoors then this place is truly perfect. The cabins are a home from home and the site is idyllic. Every detail has been well thought out and the staff are helpful. The cabin was spotless. The reviews for this place are already great, I see no reason to disagree. I intend to return when time allows and hope that too many people DON'T read this review because it's one of those perfect places that i'd like to keep to myself.
Traveller from uk
1770 Getaway - Agnes Water Hotels

1770 Getaway

303 Bicentennial Drive, Agnes Water - Map
"Tropical gardens and beds around pool sublime!"
Beautiful, tranquil place. Very relaxing. Love the waterfall around the pool/ restaurant really sets the tone. The only thing I would suggest is for them to upgrade the beds. I was in villa 4 and was hoping for a soft comfortable bed for such a top notch place but it was very hard.
Traveller from Brisbane
Treat yourself to a stay at the 1770 Getaway in Agnes Water , a destination that includes pristine beaches and native …More
Sunbird Gardens - Agnes Water Hotels

Sunbird Gardens

27 Joseph Banks Boulevard, Agnes Water - Map

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    Pocket Guide: Agnes Water

    Experience a beachside holiday with a difference with our 1770 hotels and Agnes Water accommodation. Although they are two of Queensland’s most untouched areas, 1770 and Agnes Water are quickly gaining popularity as the country’s most significant historical and tourist destinations. Find out why for yourself!

    The small village of 1770 (formally known as Seventeen Seventy) is one of the most important sites in Australia’s history and marks the location of Captain James Cook’s second landing in 1770. The village was originally named Round Hill, but its name was changed in 1970 to commemorate the bicentennial of Captain Cook’s landing. Today, you can visit this site, with a marker placed to commemorate this historic event. 1770 even holds a festival in celebration, called the Captain Cook 1770 Festival, each year over a weekend in May, when locals and tourists flock to the area to enjoy art exhibitions, live entertainment and fireworks over the bay.

    Head south towards Agnes Water and you’ll be able to visit the most northerly beach along Australia’s east coast. Over 5km of golden sands and crystal-clear water beckon you to choose your very own spot in paradise. Lay down a towel and relax to the sounds of the surf or take a dip in the ocean. Agnes Water Beach is also one of Australia’s best surfing areas, with tall waves and a regular swell. Hire a board or take a lesson and get ready to tackle the surf! If surfing is a bit too extreme for your liking, strap on a diving or snorkelling mask. As the gateway to the Southern Great Barrier Reef, Agnes Water is perfect for those who want to see the colourful corals, fish and other marine life this underwater treasure trove holds, without having to visit the busy tourist areas further north. Keep an eye out during November to March and you might even spot an elusive Loggerhead Turtle!

    Get dry and explore one of the 1770 and Agnes Water’s surrounding national parks. Take a stroll along the beach of the Eurimbula National Park and Joseph Banks Conservation Park to see stretches of blue sea or discover a forest of coastal plants and freshwater streams at the Deepwater National Park. Keen to see some Australian wildlife? Then head to the Round Hill Nature reserve, a densely wooded area home to Western blue-tongued lizards and birds like the fabulous Pink Cockatoo, the rare and tiny Red-lored Whistler and the well-camouflaged Southern Scrub Robin.

    Getting to this natural paradise is as easy as heading to Bundaberg or Gladstone, which are both an hour’s drive away from Agnes Water and 1770. Alternatively, drive or catch a coach from Brisbane and enjoy the views. However you get here, don’t forget to book your Agnes Water hotel and 1770 accommodation – paradise awaits!

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