Oceans Resort and Spa Hervey Bay

Urangan, Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$150 to AU$700

Oceans Resort and Spa Hervey Bay offers apartment style accommodation opposite the Urangan Beach Pier. Located on the waterfront, it features two lagoon pools and a cafe and bistro. Guests enjoy free Wi-Fi and unlimited access to hundreds of complimentary in-room movies.

Oceans Resort offers self-contained one, two and three bedroom suites, all featuring a spa bath. All guests have unlimited access to a large variety of new release in-room movies. Most apartments also offer views over Hervey Bay and Fraser Island.

Leisure facilities include a day spa and a fitness centre and there is also a hairdressing salon. The tour desk can arrange activities such as whale watching, swimming, boat tours, four wheel drive trips and tours to Fraser Island, Great Barrier Reef snorkelling and scuba diving, and fishing. Guests can enjoy a relaxed meal or drinks at Bayswater Bistro and Bar which offers views over the beach and pier. Salt Cafe serves modern Australian cuisine at breakfast and lunch.

Oceans also has one of the biggest conference centres in Hervey Bay, and the region - they can cater for up to 150 people for dinner in the ballroom, and also includes smaller breakout rooms and a boardroom.

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
569 Charlton Esplanade
Urangan, Hervey Bay
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

3 Bedroom Suite

Three Bedroom Suites are fully self contained including discreet laundry, spacious living area together with lounge, full kitchen, indoor and alfresco dining areas. You will enjoy looking out, over the stunning resort pools and or the bay.

2 Bedroom Penthouse

Beautifully furnished living areas on the top floor, with expansive views over the Bay. Main bedroom features a king bed and ensuite spa. Includes private balcony and spacious rooftop with spa.

1 Bedroom Suite

Their One Bedroom Suites feature a King size bed and are beautifully appointed. Premium facilities include full kitchen, laundry facility, combined lounge and dining. Majority of these suites have direct access to the resort pools from a private terrace.

3 Bedroom Penthouse

Beautifully furnished living areas on the top floor with expansive views over the Bay. Main bedroom features a king bed and ensuite spa. Includes private balcony and spacious rooftop with spa.

2 Bedroom Suite

Two Bedroom Suites are fully self contained. Facilities include discreet laundry, spacious living area together with lounge, full kitchen, indoor and alfresco dining areas. You will enjoy looking out, over the stunning resort pools and/or the bay.

2 Bedroom Superior Suite

Two bedroom Superior Suites are situated on the fourth level. Facilities include discreet laundry, spacious living area, full kitchen, indoor and alfresco dining areas. You will enjoy looking out, over the stunning resort pools and or the bay.

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