BreakFree Beachpoint Apartments

Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$145 to AU$308

If you’re after Surfers Paradise accommodation that is just a hop, skip and a jump away from the beach, BreakFree Beachpoint is the ideal choice for you. Located on the northern side of Cavill Avenue, your self-contained apartment is the closest it could be to the beach, and is just an easy stroll into the heart of Surfers Paradise.

Just five minutes away you will find shops, all different types of cultural cuisines and the entertaining nightlife the Gold Coast is renowned for.

Choose between a one or two bedroom apartment, being completely self-contained they make planning out meals that don’t break the bank a total breeze. If you’re on holiday with the whole family, everyone will be well entertained with activities galore within the resort.

Enjoy a swim in any of the three pools, there’s an outdoor pool, a heated indoor pool and a wading pool for the little ones. Have a hit of tennis or relax in the spa and sauna.

At BreakFree Beachpoint Apartments you will have an ideal Gold Coast holiday.

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Staghorn Avenue
Corner of The Esplanade
Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

1 Bedroom Apartment

The One Bedroom Apartment features a spacious balcony, Foxtel television, ceiling fans, tea and coffee facilities along with laundry facilities and a fully equipped kitchen. Light filled, this apartment has great views over the Gold Coast skyline.

2 Bedroom Apartment

Light and airy, Two Bedroom Apartments cater for four people, with a large balcony and views of the city skyline and the Gold Coast hinterland.

2 Bedroom Ocean View

Boasting views over the Pacific Ocean, the Two Bedroom Ocean View apartment offers fresh sea breezes along with a balcony overlooking the beach. The apartment also offers Foxtel television, ceiling fans, tea and coffee, laundry facilities and full kitchen.

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Eukey, Southern Downs Area
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