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Alex Beach Cabins and Tourist Park

Alexandra Headland, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$105 to AU$170

Alex Beach Tourist Park is only 200 metre walk from the beach or for those who just want to lay back and relax by their heated swimming pool. They have 73 Holiday Homes, Villas and Cabins available to suit any budget, and eight ensuite and 42 powered caravan sites in their 2.5 hectare Top Tourist Park.

Their park is centrally located midway between Mooloolaba and Maroochydore on the central coastal strip of the Sunshine Coast. They are on Nelson Park with its beautiful lake, and in close proximity to the skate park, nature, restaurants, Cafes, shops, surf club, fast food, and bars, all within walking distance to provide a truly relaxing time on the Sunshine Coast. The Park also has a laundromat, Games Room with pool table and games machines, childrens' playground, and a large undercover barbecue area with pizza oven, gas fired barbecues, and plenty of seating.

Alex Beach Resident Managers Les and Margaret, with 33 years experience and a number of awards for their outstanding contribution to the Hospitality Industry, pride themselves in being able to provide you with a truly memorable stay, that will have you coming back many times.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Communal Kitchen
  • Communal Refrigerator
  • Communal Shower
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Cycling
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
21-23 Okinja Road
Alexandra Headland, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

2 Bedroom Villa

Two Bedroom Villa is a five berth (maximum four adults) which comes with ensuite shower and toilet, Foxtel 87 channels including 10 movie and eight kids channel, reverse cycle air-conditioning in the lounge room, queen bed in a separate bedroom, bunks and one single bed in the other separate bedroom, fully equipped kitchen including utensils and microwave, lounge/dining area, two door fridge, stove, microwave, colour LCD television/DVD, hair dryer, ceiling fans and covered veranda. Linen, blankets and towels are supplied (please bring beach towels), queen bed is made up and they supply linen packs for the single beds on arrival.

** Midweek off peak special available, stay 4 nights pay for 3 **

One Bedroom Villa

One Bedroom Villa is a four berth which comes with ensuite shower and toilet, Austar, reverse cycle air conditioning in the main area, queen bed is in the main room, two single ensemble beds in separate room, fully equipped kitchen including utensils and microwave, lounge/dining area, two door fridge, stove, colour LCD television/DVD, hair dryer, ceiling fans and covered verandah. Linen, blankets and towels supplied (please bring beach towels), queen bed is made up and they supply linen packs for the single beds on arrival.

** Midweek off peak special available, stay 4 nights pay for 3 **

Queen Cabin

Ensuite Cabin Queen four or five berth is either a one bedroom or an open-plan cabin, which comes with ensuite shower and toilet, reverse cycle air-conditioning, queen bed and bunks, fully equipped kitchen including utensils and microwave and dining area, two door fridge, stove, microwave, LED television, DVD ceiling fan and covered veranda. Linen, blankets and towels supplied (please bring beach towels), queen bed is made up and they supply linen packs for the single beds on arrival.

** Midweek off peak special available, stay 4 nights pay for 3 **

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