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Mackay Beach Accommodation - Iluka

Dolphin Heads, Mackay Area

Indicative Rate * AU$100 to AU$175

Iluka is a fully self contained studio first floor apartment right on the beach facing north to the Whitsundays, It is available for short or long term business, corporate and holiday letting.

Dolphin Heads is approximately 15 minutes drive from the city centre and 20 minutes from Mackay Airport. Boasting stunning 180 degree ocean views over Dolphin Heads Beach, the scenic coast-line to the Whitsunday Islands. You just can't beat this location, it is the ideal place for you to come and relax in Paradise.

Iluka is walking distance, a few hundred metres, to bars and restaurants. A short drive away is the historic Eimeo Pacific Hotel which has built an enviable reputation as "lunch with a million-dollar-view".

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Child Pool

Activities

  • Birdwatching
Unit 8
Corsair Units
Dolphin Heads, Mackay Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Self Contained Apartment

Fully self contained including bed linen with beach and bath towels and fully air conditioned. The bed configuration is one Queen and one King sofa bed. Fully equipped kitchen and washing machine, full size fridge freezer with water dispenser, bath and shower with toiletries, large 52 inch flat screen television, DVD and Bose sound system, large balcony overlooking the beach with binoculars supplied for marine viewing, private pool with spa and tennis court, peaceful, private unobstructed magnificent sea views while you rest to the sound of the waves crashing on the beach.

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Bees on Keswick Island

Keswick Island, Mackay Area
Free Entry
Keswick Island is home to thriving hives of purebred Caucasian bees. Unlike bees on the Australian mainland, these bees are free of many other diseases and are sometimes used as breeding stock for the mainland colonies.

Art Gallery, The

Injune, Maranoa Area
Free Entry
Be ready to be awed by what awaits you on this walk in Carnarvon Gorge National Park, as The Art Gallery contains some of the finest Aboriginal rock art in Australia. Just 5.6 kilometres from the trailhead, at the junction of Kamoloo Creek, a signposted access track leaves the main walking trail upstream of crossing number 10, providing a gentle climb to the escarpment base where the site is located.

Minerva Hills National Park

Springsure, Central Highlands Area
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A relatively small National Park near Springsure in Central Queensland, Minerva Hills is dominated by Mount Boorambool, rising 600 metres above sea level, and the larger cliff fringed Mount Zamia (560 metres), which offer panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.

Birdwatching on Keswick Island

Keswick Island, Mackay Area
Free Entry
Keswick Island is a bird watcher's paradise. The island is home to many different bird species, with sightings of at least 33 different birds documented to date - an impressive variety for an island of Keswick's size.

Wallabies on the Beach at Cape Hillsborough

Cape Hillsborough, Mackay Area
Free Entry
Cape Hillsborough National Park, approximately 45 minutes north of Mackay, is where you'll find rainforest meets the shoreline, volcanic headlands, eucalypt forests home to koalas and kookaburras and prehistoric rock formations.

Virgin Rock

Springsure, Central Highlands Area
Free Entry
Virgin Rock, which is situated four kilometres from Springsure is on the eastern side of Mount Zamia and has a naturally formed likeness to the Virgin Mary and Child. The spectacular cliffs are floodlit at night and can be viewed from the Lions Park.

Spyglass Peak

Springsure, Central Highlands Area
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Spring-fed Nogoa River and Louisa Creek wind through a picturesque broad valley beneath craggy sandstone outcrops in the Salvator Rosa section of Carnarvon National Park. At the western edge of Central Queensland'

Whale Watching on Keswick Island

Keswick Island, Mackay Area
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Humpback Whales can be frequently seen around Keswick Island during their annual migration through the Whitsundays between the months of July to September. Seeing the whales frolicking nearby, or guiding a newborn calf through the protected waters of Egremont Passage, is a truly magical experience.

Iningai Nature Reserve

Longreach, Longreach Area
Free Entry
Iningai Nature Reserve is named after the Inangai, the traditional owners who lived along the Thomson River prior to European settlement. It is currently a reserve and the town common. You'll find bushwalking tracks leading from just south of town where car parking is available.

Forest Den National Park

Longreach, Longreach Area
Free Entry
Mitchell grass plains and gidgee woodlands are protected in this remote park in the Torrens Creek catchment in central-western Queensland. Forest Den National Park's semi-permanent waterholes along Torrens and Paradise Creeks provide a refuge for travellers and wildlife alike.
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