Novotel Twin Waters Resort

Twin Waters, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$134 to AU$359

A four star secluded beachfront resort nestled alongside the Maroochy River and set as one of the top Sunshine Coast hotels recommended for where to stay. Featuring 361 rooms perfect for family friendly holidays, conference delegates or romantic escapes as well as providing an idyllic setting as a wedding or meeting venue. With in excess of 10 indoor spaces and endless outdoor spaces amongst the 36 hectares of natural bushland encompassing the resort and private beach-lined lagoon.

Guests can access a range of facilities including outdoor pool and spa, water sports, jump zone, golf, Restaurants and Bars, Café, Kids’ Club, Day Spa, tours and adventure activities, bike hire, gym and a 1400 person capacity versatile conference centre plus nearby tennis courts.

Conveniently located only five kilometres from the Sunshine Coast Airport or an hour's drive north of Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast offers an abundance of unique attractions including Australia Zoo (made famous by the Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin), Eumundi Markets, Aussie World, Sea Life and lush hinterland areas rich in arts, crafts and local culture, as well as easy access to heritage-listed Fraser Island - the largest sand island in the world and an ecotourism delight.

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
270 Ocean Drive
Twin Waters, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

King Suite

King suites feature a king sized bed, spa bath and shower, separate living area, kitchenette with microwave, balcony or verandah (two bedroom also available). Has an adjoining queen or single room (interconnecting via an external door). Features include a separate bedroom with a king sized bed in the bedroom (this can be converted into two king singles if required), separate living area with sofa bed, kitchenette with microwave, spa bath, separate shower, patio and deckchairs.

Executive Lagoon Suite

Lagoon suites are set over the resort's private lagoon and feature a king sized bed, large living area, spa bath, shower and verandah. The lavish lagoon suites feature king sized bed, double lounges, spa bath, bathrobes and slippers.

2 Bedroom King Suite

King suites feature a king sized bed, spa bath and shower, separate living area, kitchenette with microwave, balcony or verandah (one bedroom also available). Has an adjoining queen or single room (interconnecting via an external door). Features include a separate bedroom with a king sized bed in the bedroom (this can be converted into two king singles if required), separate living area with sofa bed, kitchenette with microwave, spa bath, separate shower, patio and deckchairs.

Resort Room

Resort rooms feature your choice of bedding and lagoon or garden facing views. Bedding configurations include one queen size bed, or two double beds.

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Croydon, Croydon Area
Croydon, situated in the heart of the Gulf Savannah country (Savannah Way), is a small town with a big history that started with the discovery of gold in 1885. Start at Croydon's True Blue Visitor Information Centre which houses significant collections of heritage items, information displays, an audio visual in its theatre and an internet service.

Betoota

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Imagine being in a place so diverse, so vast, you feel an indescribable sense of freedom. From the plains of the downs country to the silvery shimmer of the sun shining on the gidgee trees in the forest country, Richmond is often referred to as an oasis in the Outback.

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Wander through the Bush Tucker Garden and be educated on the regions native plants and their traditional purposes. Situated on the banks of Lake Fred Tritton, the garden offers a quiet retreat for bird watching.

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Mount Surprise, Etheridge Area
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Forsayth, Etheridge Area
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