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Alexandria Apartments

Alexandra Headland, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$115 to AU$385

Alexandria Apartments is a popular serviced apartment resort well located opposite Alexandra Headland beach on south east Queensland's Sunshine Coast. All the apartments are north facing with lovely ocean and beach views from large north facing balconies. Alexandra Headland beach has a surf club and surf patrol and is one of the most popular surfing beaches on the Sunshine Coast. Alexandra Headland village is a few minutes walk with popular local cafes, restaurants and bars.

You will enjoy the roomy apartments. all with large open lounge rooms and self contained kitchens and laundries. The kids (and big kids) will enjoy the mini golf and heated swimming pool along with the games room and sauna.

Relax with a cool drink on the balcony as the sun sets or take the ten minute stroll to Mooloolaba's cafes and restaurants. Alexandria Apartments are also very close to Maroochydore and Cotton Tree shopping and supermarkets.

Facilities include free wi-fi internet access in each apartment, guest barbecue and secure underground car parking.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Laundry

Activities

  • Cycling
236 Alexandra Parade
Alexandra Headland, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

1 Bedroom Ocean View

Roomy self contained ocean view apartment. Air conditioned with great sea views from private north facing balcony. All apartments have wi-fi internet access, Foxtel television and full laundry facilities. Alexandria Apartments are easy walking distance to shops cafes restaurants and surf clubs and are opposite Alexandra Headland patrolled surf beach. Heated pool, mini golf, sauna and secure undercover parking are features.

2 Bedroom Ocean View

Roomy self contained two bedroom ocean view apartment. Air conditioned with great sea views from private north facing balcony. All apartments have wi-fi internet access, Foxtel television and full laundry facilities. Alexandria Apartments are easy walking distance to shops, cafes, restaurants and surf clubs and are opposite Alexandra Headland patrolled surf beach. Heated pool, mini golf, sauna and secure undercover parking are features.

3 Bedroom Deluxe

Roomy self contained three bedroom two bathroom ocean view apartment. Air conditioned with great sea views from private north facing balcony. The apartment has wi-fi internet access, Foxtel television and full laundry facilities. Alexandria Apartments are easy walking distance to shops, cafes, restaurants and surf clubs and are opposite Alexandra Headland patrolled surf beach. Heated pool, mini golf, sauna and secure undercover parking are features.

3 Bedroom Ocean View

Roomy self contained 3 bedroom ocean view apartment. Air conditioned with great sea views from private north facing balcony. All apartments have wi-fi internet access, Foxtel television and full laundry facilities. Alexandria Apartments are easy walking distance to shops, cafes, restaurants and surf clubs and are opposite Alexandra Headland patrolled surf beach. Heated pool, mini golf, sauna and secure undercover parking are features.

4 Bedroom Ocean View

Roomy self contained four bedroom two bathroom ocean view apartment. Master bedroom includes small lounge area to relax and read whilst admiring the ocean and beach views. Great sea views from private north facing balcony. The apartment has wi-fi internet access, Foxtel television and full laundry facilities. Alexandria Apartments are easy walking distance to shops, cafes, restaurants and surf clubs and are opposite Alexandra Headland patrolled surf beach. Heated pool, mini golf, sauna and secure undercover parking are features.

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