Follow the signs to Bargara on the Bundaberg Bargara Road. Once you arrive in Bargara, turn right into Hughes Road. Left into Durdins Road, and right into Trevors Road.
Please phone the resort direct for a brochure with a detailed map provided.
Infants aged 0 to 3 and children 4 to 13Children
14:00 - 10:00Check-in / check-out
7.00am til 7.00pm Monday
7.00am til 8.00pm Tuesday - Sunday Reception hours
Car ports are situated at the rear of your villa.Car parking
An Eco-Certified resort located a block back from the beach in Bargara, Queensland on the Southern Great Barrier Reef. The neighboring nature reserve shelters guests offering a peaceful and relaxing experience, as well as an opportunity to see native wildlife, the young and young at heart will appreciate the spaciousness and privacy the resort offers.
There are 40 Eco Villas on 5.5 acres of gardens with shady pathways and lawn areas. The 2 bedroom self contained and standalone villas are spacious with sleeping for up to 5 and have the modern conveniences’ of split air-conditioning, cable television, DVD/CD player, ironing facilities, hair dryer, full kitchen, separate bathroom and toilet plus their own private verandas and under cover parking.
Resort facilities include pools, spa, sauna, tennis court, games room, BBQ areas, restaurant, 2 bars, function and conference facilities, kiosk and tours desk. Kids have a great holiday with services such as movies by moonlight, laser skirmish & face painting during holiday periods. Also provided are bike, snorkel and boogie board hire.
As a family run business the management and staff of the resort pride themselves in providing genuine hospitality and are committed to minimizing the impact the resort operations have on the natural environment.
Bundaberg North Burnett Region includes the coastal communities stretching from Woodgate to the Baffle Creek including Bundaberg's coastal suburbs such as Bargara. These communities offer great family beach holidays with quiet beaches sheltered by Fraser Island.
The Great Barrier Reef starts at Bundaberg offering 2 Island Experiences; Lady Elliot Island & Lady Musgrave Island.
Mon Repos Conservation Park is a major tourist attraction for marine turtles between November and March. Visitors can watch the endangered Loggerhead Turtles lay their eggs and hatchlings emerge from their eggs. Bundaberg itself has tourist attractions ranging from the iconic Bundaberg Rum Bondstore, the Barrel featuring the city's famous Ginger Beer and the Hinkler Hall of Aviation profiling the flying exploits of pioneer aviator Bert Hinkler.
The region is one of Australia's major food producers and visitors enjoy sampling local produce including seafood. The hinterland begins with the rolling hills of Childers and its wineries to the valley of the Burnett River which has the most dams in the nation. At the top of the region are the sandstone cliffs of Cania Gorge and its adjacent lake. Tourist attractions such as Snakes Down Under in Childers, The Big Orange in Gatton and the RM Williams Learning Centre in Monto are just a few experiences offered in our vast region.
Conference Room facilities are available with full catering and accommodation services to make your conference or function a memorable one.
Deposit Types Accepted by this hotel and details of deposit
We accept Visa, AMEX, Mastercard, Diners, Cash, and Cheque.