Ingenia Holidays Noosa

Tewantin, Noosa Area

Indicative Rate * AU$37 to AU$200

Ingenia Holidays BIG4 Noosa is situated just minutes from the tranquil riverside town of Tewantin and a short drive to the world renowned Hastings Street shopping precinct, Noosa National Park and Noosa Main Beach.

They offer a wide range of accommodation options to suit all tastes and budgets, from three bedroom villas to studio twin rooms, powered and ensuite caravan and camping sites.

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
141 Cooroy-Noosa Road
Tewantin, Noosa Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Budget Cabin

The ideal solution for those looking for a budget friendly accommodation option.

Featuring one bedroom with double bed and a set of bunks in an open plan sleeping area*; children under the age of nine are not permitted to use the top bunk.

There is a modest kitchenette for meal preparation, dining setting, an ensuite bathroom with shower, lounge, TV and air-conditioning. Other features an outdoor setting.

Villa

Whether you’re looking for a family getaway, or some time away with friends this spacious and well equipped Villa is a perfect choice!

Featuring three bedrooms, two with queen beds and one with two single beds.

There is a full kitchen for meal preparation, dining table and lounge area with television, DVD, as well as reverse cycle air-conditioning. There is a bathroom with separate toilet. Other features include a dishwasher and outdoor entertaining deck.

Standard Cabin

This cabin is the ideal spot for a coastal getaway or romantic break, with all the convenience of home!

Featuring one bedroom with double bed.

There is a modest kitchenette for meal preparation, bathroom with shower, lounge, television and air-conditioning. Other features include a dishwasher and outdoor setting.

Deluxe Cabin

This tastefully appointed cabin is the ideal spot for a family getaway or romantic break, with all the convenience of home!

Featuring one bedroom with queen bed and a set of bunks in an open plan curtained sleeping area; children under the age of nine are not permitted to use the top bunk.

There is a fully equipped kitchen for meal preparation, a full bathroom with shower, lounge, television and air-conditioning. Other features include an oven and outdoor entertaining deck.

Standard Cabin

Whether you’re looking for a family getaway, a romantic break or some time away with friends this spacious and well equipped cabin is a perfect choice.

Featuring two bedrooms, one with queen size bed and the second with double/single bunk; children under the age of nine are not permitted to use the top bunk.

There is a full kitchen for meal preparation, dining table and lounge area with telvision, as well as air conditioning. There is a full bathroom with shower. Other features include and outdoor entertaining deck.

Budget Studio (Sleeper)

Comprising six studios with either double or twin single beds. The Budget Studios do not feature their own bathroom facilities however are conveniently located next to the amenities block. Complimentary use of a communal living area is included, complete with split system air-conditioning, fully equipped kitchen, seating for twelve persons, flat screen television and DVD player. These rooms are ideal for workers accommodation, family or group bookings.

Villa

Whether you’re looking for a family getaway, or some time away with friends or a romantic break, this spacious and well equipped deluxe Villa is a perfect choice!

Featuring two bedrooms, one with queen bed and the second with a double bed.

There is a full kitchen for meal preparation, dining table and lounge area with television, DVD, as well as reverse cycle air conditioning. There is a full accessible bathroom. Other features include an outdoor entertaining deck.

You can enjoy the great outdoors in your tent, camper trailer, motorhome or caravan and still relax with your own private bathroom amenities. The ensuite sites feature beautifully maintained sites with an annex pad and easy access to individual town water taps and sullage connection. The sites are centrally located within the park close by to all the park facilities including swimming pool and fish and chip cafe.

Caravans, campervans and motorhomes are well catered for with generous sites all with an appealing outlook of the abundant birdlife that our gardens attract. Our powered caravan sites feature a beautifully maintained grass site some with annex pad, town water tap and sullage connection. The sites are centrally located within the park close by to all the park facilities including the resort style swimming pool and fish and chip cafe.

Caravans, campervans and motorhomes are well catered for with generous sites all with an appealing outlook of the abundant birdlife that our gardens attract. Their powered caravan sites feature a beautifully maintained grass site with annex pad, town water tap and sullage connection. The sites are centrally located within the park close by to all the park facilities including the resort style swimming pool and fish and chip cafe.

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