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Sylvan Beach Resort

Bellara, Moreton Bay Area

Indicative Rate * AU$115 to AU$295

Sylvan Beach Resort provides spacious, reverse cycle air-conditioned, two and three bedroom units which are fully self-contained, each with private balconies overlooking either the swimming pool or Pumicestone Passage. Each unit also includes its own full kitchen and laundry.

Each main bedroom is fitted with a queen bed and other bedrooms with two single beds. Overlooking the waterfront, their three bedroom units and two bedroom waterfront units also provide an ensuite off the main bedroom for added convenience.

Other features include a beachside location, friendly on-site Managers and Reception, individual lock up garages, visitor and boat parking available, Foxtel, wireless internet, tour desk for Island tour bookings, fenced pool with spa feature, undercover waterfront barbecue, vending machine, short stroll to shops and cafes and restaurants within walking distance.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

  • Swimming

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.
21-27 Sylvan Beach Esplanade
Bellara, Moreton Bay Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Sylvan Beach Resort provides spacious, reverse cycle air-conditioned two bedroom units which are fully self-contained. Each unit also includes its own full kitchen and laundry.

Each main bedroom is fitted with a queen bed and other bedrooms with two single beds. Other features include all linen supplied, air-conditioning, private balconies, separate bath and shower, individual lock up garages, digital/HD television, DVD, Foxtel, wireless internet, direct dial telephone, full kitchen and laundry (washer and dryer), microwave and dishwasher, AM / FM clock radio, fridge freezer and hair dryers.

Sylvan Beach Resort provides spacious, reverse cycle air-conditioned three bedroom units which are fully self-contained with ensuite in the main bedroom. Each unit also includes its own full kitchen and laundry.

Each main bedroom is fitted with a queen bed and other bedrooms with two single beds. Overlooking the waterfront, these units provide an ensuite off the main bedroom for added convenience.

Other features include all linen supplied, private balconies, main bedroom with ensuite bathroom, separate bath and shower in main bathroom, individual lock up garages, Digital/HD television, DVD, Foxtel, wireless internet, direct dial telephone, full kitchen and laundry (washer and dryer), microwave, dishwasher, AM / FM clock radio, fridge freezer and hair dryers.

Sylvan Beach Resort provides spacious, reverse cycle air-conditioned two bedroom units which are fully self-contained. Each unit also includes its own full kitchen and laundry.

Each main bedroom is fitted with a queen bed and other bedrooms with two single beds. Other features include all linen supplied, air-conditioning, private balconies, main bedroom with ensuite bathroom, separate bath and shower in main bathroom, individual lock up garages, digital/HD television, DVD, Foxtel, wireless internet, direct dial telephone, full kitchen and laundry (washer and dryer), microwave and dishwasher, AM / FM clock radio, fridge freezer and hair dryers.

There is a ground floor apartment available for guests with mobility/health difficulties.

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