Salty Towers

Fraser Island, Fraser Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$240 to AU$280

Salty Towers is a three bedroom pole home located in the second valley of Happy Valley on Fraser Island. Salty Towers offers self-contained accommodation is located near the Eastern Beach so is ideally located for those wishing to explore and enjoy Fraser Island.

The house sleeps up to 10 people (in eight beds) and has a large deck with a covered outdoor dining area for 12. It is a short 200 metre walk to the beach and a similar distance on the track through the cutting to the Fraser Island Retreat which offers a bistro, bar, convenience shop and real coffee.

The house has two bedrooms with queen beds on the main floor and a loft with six single beds. Salty Towers enjoys views of the ocean from the living area and the outdoor dining area, and is fully screened.

Lack Street
Happy Valley
Fraser Island, Fraser Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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Salty Towers is a self-contained three bedroom house offering accommodation for up to 10 people. Power is supplied by a solar based system. The house has a gas stove, microwave, gas barbecue, refrigerator, freezer, cooking utensils, crockery and cutlery. Tenants need to bring their own linen although with prior notice linen can be hired from the Fraser Island Retreat where the keys are collected.

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