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Island Leisure Resort

Nelly Bay, Magnetic Island, Townsville Area

Indicative Rate * AU$139 to AU$249

Island Leisure Resort is a small boutique resort. Their self-contained Polynesian bure-style units have a kitchen, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, television and outdoor dining patio. The resort is immersed in one acre of beautifully landscaped tropical gardens with a huge lagoon pool and spa. Other facilities include a full size tennis court, games room, licensed snack bar, poolside barbecue area, guest laundry and library. Free wireless internet is available to resort guests.

You can choose from Queen or Superior Queen Bures accommodating a maximum of two adults and Family Bures accommodating a maximum of two adults and two children (up to 15 years).

Only 50 metres to the beach and five minutes walk to restaurants and shops, a full tour desk and management are on site. Ideally located in Nelly Bay, a 15 minute walk from the ferry terminal or jump on the island buses at the front of the ferry terminal (a small charge applies). Limited taxis are available.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Bar
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Communal Lounge
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Games/Recreation Room
  • Gas
  • Kiosk
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • 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.
6 Kelly Street
Nelly Bay, Magnetic Island
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Family Bure

Self-contained family bures include kitchens, large digital television, air-conditioning, ceiling fans and private patios set in tropical gardens around a lagoon pool and spa, tennis court, games room and kids art room. Free wireless internet. This bure has one queen sized bed and bunk beds and can sleep up to two adults and two children.

Queen Bure

Self-contained bures include kitchens, large digital television, air-conditioning, ceiling fans and private patios set in tropical gardens around a lagoon pool and spa, tennis court, games room. Free wireless internet. This bure has one queen sized bed or one queen and one single bed and can sleep up to three adults. Rates are for two adults. Maximum occupancy three.

Superior Bure

New self-contained bures include kitchen with dishwasher, large digital television, air-conditioning, ceiling fans and private patios, set in tropical gardens around a lagoon pool and spa, tennis court, games room. Free wireless internet. This bure has one queen sized bed and can sleep up to two adults. Rates are for two adults. This room type cannot accommodate children or infants.

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Jambin

Jambin, Banana Area
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Theodore

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Dululu

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The northern most town in the Banana region, Dululu is a junction point that divides the two southern arterials, Burnett Highway (A3) to the east and the Leichhardt Highway (A5) to the west. Both highways reveal untold adventures and this rural village is the start of them all – a launching pad to the region and perfect place to stop, rest and make your touring plans.

Moura

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Moura is a central point and vibrant community for the people who serve its local industries – the farmers, growers and miners and their families that help to make Queensland great. Lying in the heart of the Dawson Valley, on the banks of the Dawson River, its parklands and public facilities, festivals and events, river fishing and water sports attract thousands of visitors each year.
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