The most sought after apartment in 1770!
- As close to the beach as you can get
- Panoramic ocean views
- Easy access to The Great Barrier Reef’s Lady Musgrave Island
- 2 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 2 allocated underground parking bays
- Multiple tv’s, DVD, board games, wifi access
- 2 pools (one solar heated), spa
- Balcony with sun lounges, dining area and BBQ
- Optional bedding configuration for 2nd bedroom (1 x queen or 2 x single)
Treat yourself to a holiday in a destination that only few people have discovered, a beautiful seaside town nestled between the glorious coastline and pristine national parks.
This spacious apartment is unique, it is located on the beachfront. Significantly larger than most 3 bedroom apartments in this upmarket resort it offers great privacy, a spacious balcony complete with sun lounges, outdoor dining and BBQ facilities. Comfortable and modern, this is the most sought after accommodation in the area.
Privately situated in a resort complex with 2 pool areas, including a heated pool and spa for guests to enjoy all year round. The apartment enjoys panoramic ocean views and is only a short 1 minute stroll to the pristine beach.
Quaint supermarkets, cafes and restaurants, campsites, pubs, art gallery, museum, an abundance of wildlife, fantastic nature walks, reef cruises, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, surfing lessons and so much more on your doorstep.
THE GREAT BARRIER REEF – LADY MUSGRAVE ISLAND
The town of 1770 is the closest point to the Southern end of the Great Barrier Reef, providing easy access to the additional activities that the world famous Great Barrier Reef has to offer. No need for stinger suits here. The Southern Great Barrier Reef is very safe. No crocodiles and no deadly marine stingers.
Lady Musgrave Island and Lagoon is a true coral cay situated only a 75 minute boat trip from the Town of 1770. The island is set on 3000 acres of living reef with a 1000 acre coral lagoon that is unique to the entire Great Barrier Reef. It's the only coral island & navigable lagoon of its kind on the Great Barrier Reef. A vast, calm, turquoise lagoon with white sandy beaches and native Pisonia forests.