Eden By The Bay

Scarness, Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$140 to AU$395

Eden by the bay offers boutique beachfront apartments overlooking the beautiful Scarness Beach foreshore and parkland in Hervey Bay. The location on The Esplanade, in the heart of a thriving cosmopolitan environment is wonderful, with shopping and restaurants on the doorstep. Eden by the bay is pure style, featuring spacious, light and airy apartments with the latest design in furniture and decor in neutral palettes. Beautifully landscaped gardens in the Atrium provide guests with a soothing and relaxing haven for their holiday. Staying there is really another day in paradise. They also offer free wi-fi.

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350 The Esplanade
Scarness, Hervey Bay
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Hotel Room

Their Hotel Room is perfect for couples or singles, looking for a short stay and have water views from the balconies, LCD television, Austar, reverse cycle air conditioning. Fantastic location in the heart of Hervey Bay, opposite parklands and safe swimming beach. You can stroll to eclectic shops, cafes, restaurants and bars.

3 Bedroom Ocean View Apartment

Fully self contained three bedroom three bathroom apartments have, large balconies, two LCD televisions both with Austar, reverse cycle air conditioning, spa bath. Fantastic location in the heart of Hervey Bay, opposite parklands and safe swimming beach. Enjoy awesome views of Hervey Bay from your Ocean View apartment with north facing balcony. You can stroll to eclectic shops, cafes, restaurants and bars.

Fully self contained one bedroom apartments have, large balconies, LCD television, Austar, reverse cycle air conditioning, spa baths. Fantastic location in the heart of Hervey Bay, opposite parklands and safe swimming beach. You can stroll to eclectic shops, cafes, restaurants and bars.

Their one bedroom disabled apartments are located on the ground floor over looking the pool area. Bathroom has hand rails, fold down seat in shower and is wheelchair friendly.

2 Bedroom Ocean View Apartment

Fully self contained two bedroom two bathroom apartments have, large balconies, LCD television, Austar, reverse cycle air conditioning, spa baths. Fantastic location in the heart of Hervey Bay, opposite parklands and safe swimming beach. Enjoy awesome views of Hervey Bay from your Ocean View apartment with north facing balcony. You can stroll to eclectic shops, cafes, restaurants and bars.

2 Bedroom Pool View Apartment

Fully self contained two bedroom two bathroom apartments have, large balconies, LCD television, Austar, reverse cycle air conditioning, spa baths. Fantastic location in the heart of Hervey Bay, opposite parklands and safe swimming beach. You can stroll to eclectic shops, cafes, restaurants and bars.

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