Cardwell Beachfront Motel

Cardwell, Cassowary Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$99 to AU$160

The Cardwell Beachfront Motel is exactly that - a motel right on the beachfront in the centre of the Cardwell. Guests have the choice of motel rooms or self-contained apartments, all with expansive ocean views from the common verandahs.

Cardwell is a historic seaside town (152 years old) on the Bruce Highway half-way between Cairns and Townsville. It is famous for fishing, relaxed lifestyle and gateway to the Thorsborne Trail on Hinchinbrook Island. In 2011, Cyclone Yasi devastated the town, but after a 30 million dollar makeover, Cardwell now boasts a 4.5 kilometre informative waterfront walkway, new playgrounds, and a outdoor community amphitheatre - all with a view to Hinchinbrook and nearby islands that stops traffic!

The friendly Cardwell Beachfront Motel oozes character, with one strict rule: "if you want something, please ask". The rates are very competitive, and all of the motel rooms and apartments have been recently renovated. Guests can enjoy the modern, in-ground swimming pool looking out to the Coral Sea, as well as free WiFi, ample parking (including boats) and complimentary laundry facilities.

Staying at the Cardwell Beachfront Motel is an experience that you will want to repeat over and over!

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Swimming
1 Scott Street
Cardwell, Cassowary Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Motel Room - Queen Bed

The Motel Room has tea, coffee and toaster, separate bathroom, air-conditioning, fridge, television, and security screens with ocean views from verandah.

Self-Contained Apartment

Most of these larger rooms have a queen and a single bed (one has a queen bed and set of bunks). They have a separate bathroom, cooking facilities (electric frypan, microwave and toaster) and full set of crockery and cutlery. All are air-conditioned with ceiling fans; have security screens on the door and window; large television and DVD, plus outside seating with ocean views.

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Hallorans Hill Conservation Park

Atherton, Tablelands Area
Free Entry
This park, in the middle of the township of Atherton, protects eucalypt forest and a remnant of the endangered mabi forest on an extinct volcanic cone. The cone is part of the legacy of the Atherton Tableland's fiery geological past.

Hasties Swamp National Park

Atherton, Tablelands Area
Free Entry
A birdwatcher's delight, this park is a large seasonal wetland renowned for its diverse range of resident and migratory birds. At least 220 bird species have been recorded, mainly in the wetland and open woodland.

Wongabel State Forest

Atherton, Tablelands Area
Free Entry
This state forest protects a remnant of an endangered type of forest, known as mabi forest. Here, in 1903, red cedar seedlings were planted in the forest to replace mature trees which had been logged. Commercial plantations of hoop, kauri and Caribbean pine now grow beside native forest.

Specimen Hill Lookout

Herberton, Tablelands Area
Free Entry
The Specimen Hill Lookout walk takes you along a gravel bush track that leads you out along a shoulder of Specimen Hill. The track ends at a tunnel driven into the Hillside with other mines visible below.

Mt Hypipamee Crater and Dinner Falls

Atherton, Tablelands Area
Free Entry
The Hypipamee crater is referred to as a volcanic pipe. The pipe was opened upward through surface rocks by gas produced from molten rock below and as a result of tremendous pressure, the vent exploded sending volcanic bombs far across the landscape.

Atherton Tablelands

Atherton, Tablelands Area
The Atherton Tablelands is an uplifting destination of timeless villages, exotic tropical foods, country markets and diverse wildlife. A network of scenic drives through contrasting landscapes makes it easy to explore waterfalls and crater lakes or taste food and wine at its source.

Kynuna

Kynuna, McKinlay Area
Kynuna was established in the 1860s and in its early days boasted three hotels. It was a staging post for Cobb and Co Coaches. Today Kynuna has just one hotel, the famous Blue Heeler Hotel. Kynuna is most famous for its links with Banjo Paterson and the 'Waltzing Matilda' poem.

Herberton

Herberton, Tablelands Area
This historic tin mining town on the banks of the Wild River is the oldest town on the Atherton Tablelands. Buildings include a wonderful collection of Queensland architectural styles, from churches to public buildings and large houses with wide verandahs.

Tolga

Tolga, Tablelands Area
Tolga is within approximately eight kilometres from Atherton, travelling through the rainforest canopied Kennedy Highway. Tolga presents a quaint little town with good examples of early Queensland architecture.
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