Anchorage Waters Waterfront Mansion

Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$545 to AU$1300

Anchorage Waters has one of the best locations - you can walk everywhere! It's just 600 metres to Cavill Avenue, 400 metres to Surfers Paradise Beach, and 250 metres to the Surfers tram stop.

Enjoy wide waterfront with gorgeous skyline views of the iconic Q1 building.

The house accommodates up to 20 adult guests and four small children in seven en-suited bedrooms (two downstairs), all with flatscreen televisions. There are eight generous bathrooms, a large pool and heated eight seater spa, alfresco entertaining area with barbecue and lawn area, open plan interior with pool table, dining and lounge with Foxtel channels, an additional lounge with Foxtel, a fully equipped chefs kitchen, ducted air-conditioning, and WiFi throughout. There is parking for four cars.

Cots, highchairs, and stair gates are all provided free of charge, making it easy to stay with children.

Crabbing or fishing can be enjoyed from the private pontoon, and kayaks are provided so you can explore the waterways.

This is an idyllic, tranquil location, just minutes away from the glitz and glam of Surfers Paradise.

Anchorage Waters has a strict no party and no function policy. The property is not available to groups of singles or schoolies.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Boat Ramp
  • Car park
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Sauna
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

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Ravensbourne National Park

Ravensbourne, Toowoomba Area
Free Entry
For many years, Ravensbourne National Park was a traditional stop over for Aboriginal people on their way to and from bunya festivals in the Bunya Mountains. Today, visitors come to admire rainforest remnants, majestic Sydney blue gums and more than 80 bird species, including green catbirds and vulnerable black-breasted button-quail.

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Crows Nest National Park

Crows Nest, Toowoomba Area
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Discover spectacular scenery, granite outcrops, a scenic waterfall and eucalypt forest remnants on the edge of the Great Dividing Range. Nestled amongst eucalypt forest, bloodwood and stringybark trees lies Crows Nest Falls, about six kilometres east of Crows Nest and 56-kilometres north of Toowoomba.

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Oakey

Oakey, Toowoomba Area
Just 30 minutes drive from Toowoomba, the Oakey area offers a real country experience - genuine country hospitality and the chance to make a deep connection with the town's rich pioneering history. The Oakey Historical Museum has faithfully preserved the everyday lifestyle of the town's forebears for new generations to enjoy.

Spring Bluff

Spring Bluff, Toowoomba Area
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Jondaryan

Jondaryan, Toowoomba Area
Jondaryan is a quaint rural township, home to The Woolshed at Jondaryan and Station Village. Built in 1859, The Woolshed at Jondaryan is Queensland's oldest operating woolshed. You can join a daily guided tour to learn about the history of Jondaryan Station and its role in the development of pastoralism on the Darling Downs.

Laidley

Laidley, Lockyer Valley Area
Just 60 minutes from downtown Brisbane, Laidley greets visitors with good old-fashioned hospitality in some of the richest farmlands and most magnificent scenery. There are so many attractions for visitors to enjoy, from the preserved heritage of the pioneer village, to the local arts and crafts plus the region's oldest home, Das Neumann Haus.

Hampton

Hampton, Toowoomba Area
At the top of the escarpment on the Great Dividing Range, Hampton is a picturesque village surrounded by forests and striking natural beauty. At 715 metres above sea level, it's the heart of the high county and home to a thriving arts community.
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