Raintrees Resort

Moffat Beach, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$175 to AU$300

Raintrees Resort is surrounded by lush natural rainforest, beautiful landscaped gardens and situated on one and a half acres of prime beach front land at Moffat Beach.

The spacious two and three bedroom apartments are fully self-contained, with Foxtel television provided and free wi-fi.

Facilities include two rock pools, one heated with an eight metre water slide and spa and the other set in a quiet area for relaxation. There are two secluded barbecue areas with furniture and underground secure parking.

Raintrees is only a short drive to the Australian Zoo and Underwater World. There are a myriad of activities such as water sports, sky diving, golf and fishing on offer within the area. A Thai Restaurant, Post Office Shop, Supermarket and Bakery are situated on the same block and it is only a short stroll from a restaurant strip, gift shop and art gallery.

Raintrees is the perfect place to relax with everything you need within a close vicinity.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park

Activities

  • Birdwatching

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
1 Bryce Street
Unit 11
Moffat Beach, Sunshine Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Deluxe 3 Bedroom Apartment

Deluxe three bedroom apartment with 2 bathrooms. Fully self-contained with a dishwasher, stove top and oven, fridge, washing machine and clothes dryer. Air conditioned. Free Foxtel.

Standard 3 Bedroom Apartment

Standard three bedroom apartment with two bathrooms. Fully self-contained with a dishwasher, stove top and oven, fridge, washing machine and clothes dryer. Ceiling fans, but not air conditioned. Free Foxtel.

Deluxe 2 Bedroom Apartment

Deluxe two bedroom apartment with two bathrooms. Fully self-contained with a dishwasher, stove top and oven, fridge, washing machine and clothes dryer. Air conditioned. Free Foxtel.

Standard 2 Bedroom Apartment

Deluxe three bedroom apartment with two bathrooms. Fully self-contained with a dishwasher, stove top and oven, fridge, washing machine and clothes dryer. Ceiling fans but not air conditioned. Free Foxtel.

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