On The River Holiday Apartments

Maroochydore, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$132 to AU$470

Go on, spoil yourself at On The River Holiday Apartments. Enjoy absolute river frontage, north facing, spacious two and three bedroom self-contained air conditioned apartments. Enjoy extensive views of the river, ocean and hinterland.

From the convenient location, all within a few minutes stroll; you can enjoy fine restaurants, patrolled beaches, numerous sporting facilities or boutique shopping at the award winning Sunshine Plaza. The RSL club is a nice stroll through town and all the local clubs offer free bus services for patrons.

There is a private jetty and pontoon - tie up your tinnie at your doorstep; lifts to all levels for easy access and friendly on-site managers to ensure your stay is enjoyable. Ideal location on the Maroochy River. Ask about their kayaks for hire so you can enjoy the waterways.

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
136 Duporth Avenue
Building - On The River apartments
Maroochydore, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Two bedroom, two bathroom holiday apartments with hinterland views. These units are ideal for smaller groups or families. They still allow you to enjoy all the advantages and opportunities the complex has to offer. Views from these apartments are predominantly to the hinterland and they have only limited water views.

Very spacious apartments with spectacular views from the apartment balcony. Main bedroom has an ensuite. Apartments feature second bathroom, separate laundry and fully self-contained with linen supplied.

Very spacious top floor units with spectacular ocean and river views. These fully self-contained apartments also have a large rooftop with barbecue, table and chairs under shade sails.

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