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Leeway Beach House

Bucasia, Mackay Area

Indicative Rate * AU$205 to AU$250

Leeway Beach House is the perfect home away from home for a relaxing beach holiday, business trip or relocating to the vibrant city of Mackay. Just a short stroll to the beach and close to shops, this fully equipped three bedroom house, including its own swimming pool makes life easy.

Enough room for the family, friends or work colleagues, there is a large barbecue area, spacious living areas and a large garden. The property is fully fenced and there is lockable car accommodation. Public transport is also available. With free broadband internet access available, keeping up with work commitments is also made easy. Children are welcome and the property has all those bulky items to help families travelling with young children port-a-cot, pram, change table, bedrail, and more.

Only 15 minutes from the bustling shopping and business precinct of Mackay, Leeway Beach House is located in the idyllic beachside community of Bucasia. Features of the region are the blend of tropical and subtropical flora of Queensland, easy access to fantastic fishing, diving and boating from the local boat ramp or on the Great Barrier Reef, iconic National Parks, and many beautiful natural environment experiences for all ages.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
8 Downie Avenue
Bucasia, Mackay Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

3 Bedroom Holiday House with Pool

Leeway Beach House is a large comfortable home away from home with tasteful decor and a peaceful ambience. There are three ample sized bedrooms. The main bedroom has a queen bed, the second bedroom has a double bed, and the third bedroom has a double bed and single bed. There is a separate toilet and the bathroom has a shower and bathtub. There is a large lounge and dining area, with a fully equipped kitchen and laundry. There is an entrance sunroom, large barbecue area, lockable car accommodation and the fully fenced property has its own salt water swimming pool set in lush gardens for guests to enjoy.

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Brooyar State Forest

Gympie, Gympie Area
Free Entry
Brooyar State Forest features sandstone cliffs, hoop pine plantations and a mix of tall open eucalypt forest with spotted gums. Pockets of riparian rainforest fringe Glastonbury Creek. Take a scenic drive, stopping to enjoy views from Point Pure lookout (300 metre return walk) or a short stroll along an old logging road through rainforest.

Mudlo National Park

Kilkivan, Gympie Area
Mudlo National Park, known locally as Mudlo Gap, protects one of the area’s few remaining stands of native hoop pine rainforest. Tall hoop pines once covered much of the coastal ranges. The park is near the site of Queensland's first gold discovery - at Kilkivan township in 1852.

Bauple

Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area
Discover the ancestral home of the Macadamia Nut with a visit to the charming village of Bauple in Queensland's Fraser Coast. Bauple sits in the foothills of Bauple Mountain and offers the chance to relive the pioneering past, discover incredible nut facts and enjoy locally grown nuts products.

Tiaro and Fraser Coast Hinterland

Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area
Discover the rural charms of Tiaro and the surrounding area of Queensland's beautiful Fraser Coast Hinterland. Visit the ancestral home of the Macadamia nut, dine in historic hotels or picnic riverside while taking in the picturesque scenery and genuine country hospitality.

Boonooroo

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Boonooroo and neighbouring Tuan on Queensland's Fraser Coast are not your typical sleepy fishing hamlet - they also boast spectacular views across the Great Sandy Strait to Fraser Island, the world's largest sand island.

Poona

Great Sandy Strait, Fraser Coast Area
One word to describe Poona? Peaceful. This little township is tucked away in the Great Sandy Strait between Boonooroo and Tinnanbar, adjacent to Fraser Island and is an ideal place to pitch your tent and lap up the serenity.

Tuan

Great Sandy Strait, Fraser Coast Area
Tuan on Queensland's Fraser Coast is a low-key holiday destination for people who love boating and fishing - but also boasts spectacular views across the water to World Heritage-listed Fraser Island. Tuan is one of a collection of enchanting seaside hamlets which are dotted along the shoreline of the Great Sandy Strait, a stunning water passage located between the Fraser Coast mainland and Fraser Island.

Maaroom

Great Sandy Strait, Fraser Coast Area
The tiny inlet of Maaroom in Queensland's Fraser Coast region is nestled along the spectacular shoreline of the Great Sandy Strait - with stunning views across to the world's largest sand island, Fraser Island.

Kilkivan

Kilkivan, Gympie Area
Kilkivan is a small, relaxed country town with a unique ‘frontier’ feel. It was near Kilkivan in 1852 that gold was first discovered in Queensland leading to a gold rush. Many amateur prospectors still pan for gold in the surrounding countryside intersected by numerous small ranges and ravines.
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