Emeraldene Inn and Eco-Lodge

Pialba, Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$80 to AU$140

The Emeraldene Inn and Eco-Lodge is located in the peaceful Pialba region of Hervey Bay and offers impeccably presented accommodations hidden within two acres of natural rainforest and landscaped gardens. This modern and eco-friendly boutique resort presents 14 oversized and self-contained ground floor rooms all with balconies overlooking the lush gardens.

Pristine in condition, the Emeraldene Inn and Eco-Lodge is family owned and operated, and is renowned for providing true Australian hospitality with friendly, personalised service and reliable local advice. Facilities include a huge 12 metre pool set amongst the trees, a guest barbecue and entertaining area, guest laundry, wireless internet and extra parking for boats and trailers. A tour booking and information desk is available and can ticket all tours including Fraser Island, Lady Elliot Island and Whale Watching tours (seasonal) with complimentary transfers.

The Emeraldene Inn is close to all attractions in Hervey Bay, yet far enough away from the busy Esplanade to feel like your own island oasis, making it the perfect base to relax and explore the magnificent Fraser Coast.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • 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.
166 Urraween Road
Pialba, Hervey Bay
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Superior Room

Large studio room (32 square metres) with plush furnishing, 32 inch High Definition (32 channels) flat screen television, I-pod dock, DVD, kitchenette, ensuite bathroom, garden balcony, work station, dining table, comfortable lounge. Air-conditioned and ceiling fans. Lots of inclusions including bottled water, free plunger coffee, and highest quality toiletries, these resort style rooms are perfect for those looking for the best in fittings and comfort. Free wi-fi (250 megabytes per day). (Queen and Single bedding, or King Bed).

Deluxe Room

The large Deluxe Rooms (30 square metres) are equipped with all the comforts needed to ensure a relaxing and enjoyable stay.

These oversized motel-style rooms feature a queen and single bed, air-conditioning, ceiling fan, television/DVD, kitchenette, work space, comfortable two seater lounge and ensuite bathroom (additional trundle bed available). Each guest room opens to a ground floor terrace located amidst the two acres of natural rainforest and landscaped gardens providing a tranquil haven to relax and enjoy the peaceful surrounds and wildlife.

Family Room

Each of the Family Apartments are perfectly designed to comfortably accommodate a family with children. These rooms are a one bedroom apartment with a separate bedroom (queen bed), and a set of full size single bunk beds in the studio/living area for the children. (Extra trundle bed available). The rooms have a large, full kitchen, and ensuite bathroom, separate toilet, television/DVD, air-conditioning, fan and large balcony.

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