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Norfolks On Moffat Beach, The

Indicative Rate * AU$145 to AU$446

The Norfolks on Moffat Beach is an ideal choice if you want a pristine location to really get away from it all. This unique retreat is a well-kept secret by those who frequent the long, golden sandy beaches that are just perfect for beach walks, surfing and fishing.

Only 50 minutes drive north of Brisbane, it is a great spot to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and relax. The only thing between the Norfolks and Pacific Ocean is a park which features a children's playground. Moffat Beach is located off the main road, so traffic is never a problem.

Features of The Norfolks on Moffat Beach include spacious and attractive fully equipped, air conditioned two or three bedroom apartments with everything you need for an enjoyable holiday, panoramic views from the four metre deep north facing balconies and courtyards, heated pool designed to suit both small children and adults, spa, sauna and barbecues. There is also a lift and undercover parking, cable television, level walk to nearby patrolled beach, but without the crowds. There is on site management, tour information and bookings, exciting restaurants, essential shops and art galleries are opposite.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pay/Satellite TV
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • 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.

Our Rooms

The Two Bedroom Units have spacious full self-contained facilities, large courtyard and airconditioning. The rooms sleep five persons and have ocean views.

The Three Bedroom Apartments all contain two bathrooms, air-conditioning and sleeps seven persons. The Apartments have large north facing courtyards and are disabled friendly.

Norfolks Resort is a self catering style resort offering an amazing beachfront location at Moffat Beach.

Norfolks Resort is a self catering style resort offering an amazing beachfront location at Moffat Beach.

The Three Bedroom Apartments all contain two bathrooms, air-conditioning and sleep seven people. The Apartments are north facing and have fantastic views.

The Three Bedroom Apartments (with Balcony) contains two bathrooms and sleeps six persons. They are all air conditioned and north facing and great views.

The Two Bedroom Units are fully self-contained with air-conditioning and large balconies. The apartments are north facing with great views of the beach and ocean.

The Two Bedroom Units are very spacious with air-conditioning and large balconies. The Units are north facing and have great views of the beach and ocean.

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