Sandcastles 1770 Motel and Resort

Agnes Water, Gladstone Area

Indicative Rate * AU$125 to AU$500

Nestled alongside the north facing beach of Agnes Water and protected by a natural headland, the beachfront Sandcastles 1770 Motel and Resort accommodation is a beautiful and idyllic holiday destination on Queensland's Discovery Coast. It is the closest access point to the Southern Great Barrier Reef!

Swim year round in warm waters, dive amongst colourful coral on the Southern Great Barrier Reef, stroll in nearby national parks or take up one of the many tour activities. Resort facilities include a choice of room types to suit all budgets from motel rooms to luxury three bedroom beach homes.

Sandcastles enjoys direct beach access, two resort pools and heated spa, on-site café and bar. Step outside to a world of lush vegetation and crystal clear waters complimented by natural art and a small village of boutique shops.

The Town of 1770 and Agnes Water have long captivated visitors with its secluded beaches, access to the Southern Great Barrier Reef, four wheel drive tracks and trails through coastal palm forests, laid back surf culture and idyllic regional charm. Bush to beach, beach to reef - Sandcastles 1770 epitomises and celebrates everything that an Australian holiday should be.

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40 Captain Cook Drive
Agnes Water, Gladstone Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Garden View Holiday Units

Only 150 metres from the main patrolled beach, these fully self-contained one or two bedroom holiday units enjoy balconies with a lush coastal creek backdrop. Quiet, spacious and suited to young families, they feature full-size kitchens, separate bathrooms, air-conditioning, Austar and free Wi-Fi.

Deluxe Motel

Deluxe motel accommodation consists of nine suites sleeping up to four adults in each suite, all suites are air-conditioned with their own en suite, private courtyard and tea and coffee facilities. These suites are perfect for the weary traveller wishing to upgrade, or anyone wishing for a reasonably priced holiday stay with sensational facilities at your fingertips.

3 Bedroom Beach Home

These large, fully self contained apartments boast a range of features including a contemporary full-sized kitchen, multiple indoor living spaces and large outdoor entertaining areas to make the most of the beautiful climate. All beach homes have decks or balconies complete with dining areas and barbecues. Beach homes also have an optional private plunge pool. Basement undercover car parking available. Located only 50 metres from Agnes Water's main patrolled beach, the Beach Homes are a great option for families and other group travellers.

2 Bedroom Beach Home

These large, two bedroom fully self contained apartments boast a range of features including a contemporary full-sized kitchen, multiple indoor living spaces and large outdoor entertaining areas to make the most of the beautiful climate. All beach homes have decks or balconies complete with dining areas and barbecues. Beach homes also have an optional private plunge pool. Basement undercover car parking available. Located only 50 metres from Agnes Water's main patrolled beach, the Beach Homes are a great option for families and other group travellers.

Family Studio Room

Their family studio room features one king bed and two singles, air conditioning, well equipped kitchenette, en suite bathroom, small lounge area and private balcony.

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