Watch the last rays of the sun from your seat on the back lawnCome home to the Balinese inspired entrance and property
Habitación privada
2 huéspedes
1 dormitorio
1 cama
Por noche
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Beachfront Bed and Breakfast in Mackay, sits on the edge of the Coral Sea in a quiet suburb in Queensland, Australia-not far from the Whitsundays.. The large deck and entertainment area overlooks the Coral Sea and has all amenities. 3 rooms to let



El alojamiento
Capacidad: 2
Baños: 2
Tipo de cama: Cama
Dormitorios: 1
Camas: 1
Llegada: A partir de las 11:00
Salida: 10:00
Tipo de habitación: Habitación privada

Servicios

Precios
Personas adicionales: Sin cargo
Depósito de seguridad: 146€
Descuento por semana: 22%
Cancelación: Estricta

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Beachfront Bed and Breakfast in Mackay, sits on the edge of the Coral Sea in a quiet suburb in Queensland, Australia-not far from the Whitsundays.. The large deck and entertainment area overlooks the Coral Sea and has all amenities. 3 rooms to let


Beachfront Bed and Breakfast in Mackay, sits on the edge of the Coral Sea in a quiet suburb in Queensland, Australia-not far from the Whitsundays.. The large deck and entertainment area overlooks the Coral Sea and has all amenities. If you want accommodation in Mackay, you won't find better.


Guest have use of the kitchen, BBQ and deck area, gardens, spa (not in winter) and gazebo. All linen supplied
Mackay is situated on the east coast of Queensland on the pioneer river in the Whitsunday Region. Mackay and the surrounding area offers a range of dining, entertainment and shopping experiences. Our range of unique experiences provide convenient locations to explore what this beautiful region has to offer. Mackay is surrounded by many popular beaches like Harbour Beach, Town Beach, Eimeo Beach, Blacks Beach and Lambert’s Beach-close to the relaxing Beachfront B&B not to mention the many tropical islands in and around the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park in the Whitsundays. Eungulla national park is a great escape with relaxing walks, swimming spots and our famous platipus.

Interaction is entirely up to quests. We live on site and are available most times and upon checkin.

There are 3 separate rooms to let or you can rent the entire house. Prices by arrangement..

WELCOME TO MACKAY
Situated on latitude 210, longitude 1480, Mackay is a vibrant exciting tropical city, booming from the richness of sugar and mining. Mackay was settled in 1862, named after one Captain John Mackay who discovered the valley of the Pioneer River.

Early pioneers brought sugar cane to the region and began an industry that has become one of Australia's largest. Within a decade of settlement, Mackay became Queensland's largest sugar producing area and still is! Mackay grew with its industries. As sugar boomed so did the frontier town.

The climate and environment of the Mackay area soon attracted families and today more than 75,000 people live in Mackay. More and more "Southerners" are drawn by the promise of sunshine, warmth and relaxed family living.

Mackay's close proximity to the Great Barrier Reef and some of the world's most prized rainforests make it a holiday destination for many thousands of visitors.

Visitors seeking accommodation in Mackay will become captivated by the amount of natural attractions and man-made spectacles, historical buildings and sites, as well as the abundance of activities this town has to offer! It combines an array of city and country style attractions that are sure to knock your socks off! If you’re after an outback hinterland adventure, head to historic bush-towns like Nebo or Clermont to discover open cut mines and ancient landscapes, or bushwalk through one of our spectacular National Parks! If a cityscape is more your style, enjoy Mackay’s balmy tropical nights by dining alfresco at the Marina, stroll through Mackay and the Botanic Gardens or simply relax by the Bluewater Lagoon!

Getting around Mackay is easy with Mackay Transit Coaches urban passenger services. there is a bus stop 30 metres from our door.

Buses service Mackay and surrounds, including the Northern Beaches, Walkerston, Sarina and Mirani.

Passengers are transported in comfort with air-conditioned and wheelchair accessible vehicles on most routes.

For bus timetable information click on our route services buttons. Passengers new to bus travel are encouraged to read our tips on catching a bus.

Route services do not operate on Sundays or public holidays but there is lots to do at Beachfront Bed and Breakfast in Mackay.
There are also taxis.

Slade Point Reserve lies at Lamberts Beach, stretching 73 hectares and conserving one of the last remaining areas of coastal dunes and paperbark wetlands in the Mackay region. Birders have an abundance of bird life with dedicated boardwalks and hides in KommoToera Trail.

Visitors can walk through the reserve. Lamberts Beach and Slade Point, on the other side of McReady's Creek are often favourite haunts for mackerel and reef fish and very close to your accommodation in Mackay. Slade Point was named by Capt. James Cook, after Sir Thomas Slade, the naval architect who designed Nelson's H.M.S. Victory. The peninsula community looks out across Slade Bay. These green buffer-zones and a lack of through traffic help to keep the area lovely and quiet.


Normas de la casa
La hora de llegada es después de las 11:00.

Respect other guests and Hosts space, tidy up after yourself, have fun.


Funciones de seguridad
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Disponibilidad
Estancia mínima de 1 noche

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Noreen

Noreen

Slade Point, Australia · Se registró en Septiembre de 2013

Blond, female, 63, retired chef, loves cooking, gardening, food and wine and travel.

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