Kingfisher Court is located at 374 The Esplanade, Scarness, Hervey Bay, QLD, 4655. Cabs will take about 5 mins from the bus terminal at Centro in Pialba.
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Kingfisher Court provides the ultimate holiday, right on the beachfront in the centre of Hervey Bay. While you’re at Kingfisher Court, you can take it easy and unwind on the calm, sandy beach directly opposite or relax in our pool and spa. Hervey Bay is famous for whale and dolphin watching, it’s top fishing, snorkelling and diving spots, and world heritage listed Fraser Island. Just down the road you can hire jet skis and catamarans or ride the big banana.
Located at 374 The Esplanade, Scarness, our large self-contained, two bedroom units are handy to shopping facilities, restaurants, cafés, banks, hotels and clubs, water sports facilities, boat ramps, jetties, play grounds and bowling clubs. Kingfisher Court is the perfect place for a comfortable, relaxing holiday. 5 mins drive from Wetside Waterpark!
Sample local specialties at Hervey Bay’s top class restaurants or fry up your catch of the day on our BBQ. The complex has a large BBQ area suitable for group dining, FREE onsite undercover parking, a pool and spa, and is over the road from a great swimming and fishing beach. The units are spacious and perfect for up to four people. Each unit has reverse-cycle air-conditioning, linen, fans, a dining suite, lounge, LCD TV, DVD, microwave, refrigerator, cupboards, iron and ironing board, frypan, pots and pans, cutlery and crockery. Coin operated washing machine and clotheslines are available also.
Launch your boat at the ramp over the road or hire one for the day. A well lit walking and bike-riding path runs the entire length of the Esplanade. Friendly, on-site managers are available to help you arrange all your tour booking needs. Kingfisher Court has a number of great package holiday deals available throughout the year and you can book these through the resident managers.
WINNER Fraser Coast South Burnett Tourism Awards 2011 - Budget Accommodation Category
WINNER Fraser Coast South Burnett Tourism Awards 2010 - Budget Accommodation Category
FINALIST Fraser Coast Business Awards 2010 - Micro Business Category
WINNER Fraser Coast Business Awards 2005 - Accommodation Category
WINNER Fraser Coast Business Awards 2003 - Accommodation Category
WINNER Fraser Coast Business Awards 2002 - Accommodation Category
World heritage listed Fraser Island is over 120 km long and 30 km wide. It is the largest sand island in the world! Fraser Island is famous for it's pristine fresh water lakes and creeks, peaceful tropical rainforests, and endless sand dunes. Expect to see dingoes, birds, wallabies, flying foxes, possums, and the occassional echidna and tortise. Whales, dugongs, dolphins and turtles also make the waters surrounding Fraser Island their home. Main highlights include the Maheno, Central Station, Lake McKenzie, Eli Creek, The Cathedrals, and the Champagne Pools.
Hervey Bay has a number of great snorkelling and diving spots. The reefs provide a haven for a wide range of colourful and exotic reef fish. Sheltered from the Pacific Ocean, Hervey Bay's calm waters are excellent for swimming, snorkelling, diving and fishing. Our waters are home to many different varieties of fish, sea turtles, dugongs, rays, and many other sea creatures. A favourite diving spot is the Roy Rufus Artifical Reef, which has beautiful gorgonians, sponges, soft corals, trevally, blue parrot, coral trout, groper and blackall. Other popular diving spots are Rooney's and Moon Ledge.
Every year the majestic humpback whales visit Hervey Bay's warm waters from late July to early November. Hervey Bay has become known as the whale watching capital of the world! The humpback whales pass through Hervey Bay as they return from the Antarctic and put on a spectacular display as they frolic for those watching them. Humpback pods put on animated displays of breaching, tail and peduncle slaps, pec slaps, spy hopping, and peduncle arching. Humpbacks grow up to 15 metres in length and weigh up to 45 tonnes. When the humpback calves are born, they weigh up to 1500 kg. The scientific name for these whales is Megaptera novaeangliae, meaning 'big wing'. A humpback whale fin can be up to one-third of the whale's body length, which makes them easily recognisable from other species of whale. Seeing the white whale is an extra special treat for whale watchers.
Hervey Bay is well known for it's great fishing. Boaties will want to check out the boat harbour at Urangan. It doesn't matter what type of fishing you're into. Choose from beach fishing and rock fishing on Fraser Island, deep sea fishing off the continental shelf, fresh water fishing in the creeks, rivers and dams, shore fishing in Hervey Bay, reef fishing on shallow and deep reefs surrounding Hervey Bay, or fish off the groins, jetties, and pier. Types of fish that you're likely to catch here are whiting, bream, garfish, marlin, red emperor, trevally, sail fish, black king, mangrove jack, barramundi, trout, snapper, blackall, perch, mackeral, tuna, and a wide range of other reef fish and pelagics. There are plenty of charter vessels to suit your needs. To get the best fishing experience, ask the locals where the fish are biting.
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Deposit Types Accepted by this hotel and details of deposit
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