Maroochy River Resort and Bungalows

Maroochydore, Sunshine Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$120 to AU$260

Imagine laid back Sunday afternoons every day. After a day out discovering local secrets and eating local delicacies come back to your own private tiny tropical bungalow or spacious villa. Sit back and relax on a sun-lounge by the waters-edge and be entertained as kids (young and old) have fun in the sun.

Get together around one of the many free barbecues and cook up some freshly caught local seafood or produce. Be enchanted by the pelicans and cormorants, listen in awe of the evening calls of the lorikeets, and be amazed by the antics of the scrub turkeys. Dusk is a magic time at the bungalows and the spectacular winter sunsets over the water are something to behold.

They personally invite you to come and play on the Sunshine Coast. Or come for work and stay for pleasure.

Located just seven minutes from the Sunshine Coast airport, the self-contained one and two bedroom holiday cabins are set amongst eight acres of tropical gardens, 300 metres of waterfront and its own boat ramp. They offer self-catering accommodation families and groups to come together to share some good times and create lasting memories.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Boat Ramp
  • Car park
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Gas
  • Kiosk
  • Laundry
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Canoeing
  • Cycling
  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Rooms

Gardenview Superior Unit 2 Bedroom

The Superior Units are all self contained have one queen bed, one double bed and a single top bunk and are each suitable for up to four adults and one child.

Boasting an air-conditioner in each bedroom these units are ideal for those needing to sleep during the day or seeking privacy. A large flat-screen television appeals to all.

All of the units have their own kitchen and are fully equipped. Just bring your food and bed linen (hire available if preferred).

Waterfront Bungalow 1 Bedroom

Enjoy lazy days carefree island style. Relax in your own tropical bungalow. These self contained one bedroom holiday cabins, are ideal for two people but can also accommodate two children. Your own tiny house by the water.

After a day out discovering local secrets and eating local delicacies come back to your tropical bungalow, sit back and relax on a sun-lounge by the waters-edge and be entertained as kids (young and old) have fun in the water.

Get together around one of the many free barbecues and cook up some freshly caught local seafood or produce. Be enchanted by the pelicans and cormorants, listen in awe of the evening calls of the lorikeets, and be amazed by the antics of the scrub turkeys. Dusk is a magic time at the bungalows and the spectacular winter sunsets over the water are something to behold.

These simple tropical holiday bungalows are perfect for family gatherings or a group of friends getting away for a few days.

Gardenview Bungalow 1 Bedroom

Enjoy lazy days carefree island style. Book one of these one bedroom gardenview bungalows and have some of the extras included for you including linen hire and bed-makeup for the main bed and use of the wi-fi hotspot.

Economy and Ease! These self contained one bedroom holiday bungalows, are ideal for two people but can also accommodate up to two children. Your own tiny house.

After a day out come back to your tropical bungalow and get together around one of the many free barbecues and cook up some freshly caught local seafood or produce, or walk up to the pub for a great value meal. These simple tropical garden view bungalows are perfect for family gatherings, groups or crews. Easy on the pocket, value hard to beat.

Waterfront Cabin 2 Bedroom

These simple self contained absolute waterfront two bedroom holiday cabins are all suitable for up to four adults and two children.

Bring your boat and moor it right in front of your front door! Waterski, jetski, fish or go adventuring along the many waterways.

Private boat ramp. Trailer parking available.

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