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Our Wonderful Local Attractions

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The Sunshine Coast is recognised as one of the most outstanding locations and best playgrounds in Queensland with easy access to a myriad of recreational activities including surf beaches, great fishing and major golf courses nearby.

These include the PGA approved Hyatt Coolum, the links type course at Twin Waters, other courses close by including Mt Coolum, Noosa Springs, Noosa Par 3, Peregian Springs, all these courses will test your ability regardless of your experience or handicap. Caloundra has a Greg Norman-designed course at Pelican Waters. Genuine Peaceful Serenity awaits you at Marcoola Beach Resort.

We are just minutes away from Mudjimba Shopping Centre with Coles, Café, Butcher, Chemist/Gifts, News Agency and Lotto Outlet, Medical Centre, Video /DVD Store, Liquor Store, Restaurant. Stroll along the beach for a coffee/meal at Mudjimbi's popular The Loaded Lizard Café & Bar.

A short drive to Marcoola Surf Club and Bulli's Café/Restaurant or a little further on to Coolum Beach, Peregian Beach and Noosa - all having their own distinct atmospheres. Just 10 minutes south and you are at Sunshine Plaza with over 220 speciality stores and 12 Cinemas. 5 minutes further on to Mooloolaba's Beachside precinct. Many of the local restaurants are loved by locals and visitors alike. Your friendly Managers will be happy to help you. Markets in Historical EUMUNDI Township Every Wednesday and Saturday morning, rain or shine, from 7:00 am to 1:30 pm. Over 500 traders set amongst Old Pubs, Cafes, Book shops, etc.

Nearby Attractions

Noosa National Park

Noosa National Park - beach scape

Noosa National Park is one of the Sunshine Coast's natural jewels. The park encompasses more than 9,800 acres of paperbark forests, pristine beaches, rainforest, dunes, and heathlands. The most popular section of the park is the Noosa Headland section, with 15 kilometres of hiking trails, including a scenic coastal track that offers a great introduction to the park for first-time visitors.

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Noosa Main Beach and Hastings Street

People enjoying the beach at Noosa Main Beach

Squeaky-clean sands and glistening surf breaks lure both visitors and locals alike to the glorious stretch of north-facing coast at Noosa Main Beach. The gentle surf makes it a popular hangout for families and beginner surfers, and it's a lovely spot for a swim, with beautiful views of Noosa National Park cloaking the headland at the eastern end of the beach. If you need a break from the Aussie sun, Hastings Street, Noosa's main drag, is only a short stroll away with chic designer shops, restaurants, and art galleries.

Australia Zoo

Noosa National Park - beach scape

Australia Zoo is one of Queensland's most popular attractions. Steve Irwin, the late croc-loving Aussie conservationist, and his wife Terri helped the park grow into a world-class attraction on 110 acres, with a strong emphasis on conservation and education. The zoo provides plenty of fun encounters with Aussie animals, including kangaroos, koalas, snakes, and lizards, as well as a striking lineup of exotic species such as elephants, rhinos, cheetahs, and the crowd favorite: Sumatran tigers.

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The Eumundi Market

People enjoying the beach at Noosa Main Beach

The markets are held every Wednesday morning and Saturday in the cute hinterland town of Eumundi. Artisan foods, organic produce, designer clothes, home goods, plants, jewellery, skincare, natural therapies, and toys are just some of the items on offer.

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Glass House Mountains National Park

Noosa National Park - beach scape

Popular with nature lovers and hikers, the distinctive peaks of Glass House Mountains National Park are listed on the Queensland and National Heritage Register.

Mount Ngungun and Mount Tibrogargan are the only two peaks open to the public for hiking, and they offer trails catering to all abilities, from easy base trails to more challenging summit hikes with spectacular coastal views. Abseiling, mountain biking, horseback riding, and rock climbing are other popular activities, and the park is home to a rich diversity of plant and animal life, including koalas, echidnas, and grey kangaroos.

Underwater World Sea Life

People enjoying the beach at Noosa Main Beach

Underwater World offers a fascinating glimpse at life under the sea and in Australian freshwater habitats. Shark dives, educational presentations, children's play areas, and live shows add to all the fun; the seal show is a particular favourite. Underwater World is a great rainy day attraction, although the exhibits will wow pint-sized animal lovers at any time.

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The Ginger Factory

Noosa National Park - beach scape

If you're looking for a few hours of fun with the children, the Ginger Factory in Yandina fits the bill. Kids will love riding the little train through the tropical gardens and learning about bees at a special beekeeper presentation.

The large gift shop sells all sorts of ginger-related items as well as local treats and souvenirs, and a cafe and ice-creamery are on hand for hungry visitors.

Coolum Beach

People enjoying the beach at Noosa Main Beach

Coolum Beach is a popular base for Sunshine Coast tourists, thanks to its beautiful stretch of beach and plentiful holiday apartments. Across the street from the beach, you'll find a string of health-food cafes and restaurants, where you can stock up on picnic items or enjoy a casual lunch.

Montville and Maleny

Noosa National Park - beach scape

For a change in scenery from the coast's sun-splashed beaches, you can take a scenic drive across the Blackall Range, through the picturesque hinterland, to the cute mountain villages of Montville and Maleny.

In Montville, art galleries, gift shops, boutiques, and cozy cafes huddle along the tree-lined streets, and you'll notice some European-inspired architecture.

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Apartments Available

Room 054, 1 bedroom apartment

1 Bedroom Apartments 2

Garden or Ocean view.

Our one-bedroom apartments are two-bedroom apartments with the second bedroom locked off. Guests are offered all the space and comfort of a two-bedroom apartment at a low rate. (Low season only)

Maximum capacity is 2 guests.

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Ocean View , higher level

2 Bedroom Apartments 5

Garden or Ocean view.

Typical bedding configurations are:
  • 1 Queen and 2 Singles.
  • 1 King and 1 Queen

Maximum capacity is 5 guests with a roll-out bed
($35 per night including linen)

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3 bedroom apartment, garden view

3 Bedroom Apartments 7

Garden or Ocean view

Typical bedding configurations are:
  • 2 Queen and 2 Singles.
  • 1 Queen , 1 Double and 2 singles

Maximum capacity is 7 guests with a roll out bed
($35 per night including linen)

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2 Levels, 3br Beach House Apartment

3 Bedroom Townhouse 8

It is located on the ground floor operated from main building. Our luxury Townhouse offers the ultimate level of luxury and privacy.

The Townhouse is the largest of our three-bedroom apartments.

Maximum capacity is 8 guests.

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   Information for your stay

We are delighted you're looking at spending your holiday on the Sunshine Coast with us. We will ensure every guest has a pleasurable and comfortable stay. Please do not hesitate to contact reception should you require assistance.


(07) 5448 7556

(24/7 Phone Number)

Hours Open

Monday to Friday: 9:00 am-5:00 pm
(Caretaker Available A/H)


Sat, Sun and Public Holidays
Caretaker Available

Email Us
  Arriving, parking and departure

Arrival time is after 1:00 pm and before 5:00 pm
If late please notify reception on (07) 5448 7556 (24 hours)
Arrival on weekends and holidays: Please notify the office of the time of arrival one day in advance, before 5:00pm

Car Park
Park only in your own car park (the same number as your apartment). Please ensure your car is locked at all times and no valuables are left visible in your car. Illegal parking causes many disruptions and will occur a Tow Away Fee.
If there is a second car, please use the visitor carpark area.

Check-Out Time
Check out time is no later than 10:00 am. If you're checking out before 9am or on weekends please leave your keys in the KEY DROP BOX located on the reception.

Before Departure
This is a reminder that we have requested you leave your apartment in a CLEAN and TIDY manner.
Please avoiding extra cleaning charges (minimum charge of $80)
1. Please remove ALL of your rubbish and put in the Refuse Room. There is one located beside the North Tower lift and one beside the South Tower lift. Rubbish shoots are located on each level.
2. All dishes are to be washed, dried and put away.
3. The apartment is left clean and tidy.

Locked Out
If you lock yourself out after hours a $55 locked out/call-out fee will be charged.

Foyer Access
ALL doors to the foyer are locked from 9:00 pm Monday to Friday, 5:00 pm on the weekends and Public Holidays. Access to the resort outside the above hours is through the Night Entry.

Please do not hang towels or other items on the balcony rails. (ByLaws (PDF 541KB))

   Food and Restaurants

Our guests have recommended the following places to eat.

Sandbar Cafe & Restaurant
914 David Low Way, Marcoola
(07) 5448 7348
Opens 4pm daily
Sandbar Cafe on TripAdvisor

Marcoola Chinese Restaurant
928 David Low Way, Marcoola
(07) 5448 7733
Opens 5pm
Marcoola Chinese Restaurant website

923 David Low Way, Marcoola
(07) 5457 2555
Opens 10am
(Pub, bottleshop, gaming and entertainment)

Taj Curry Palace
26 Timari st, Pacific Paradise
(07) 5448 7566
Opens 4pm
(Best Indian ever!)
Taj Curry Palace website

Cuba Street Coffee
Roasters Cafe
970 David Low Way, Marcoola
Opens 6am daily
(Best coffee!)
Coffee Roasters Cafe: Website

  Doctors, Ambulance, Hospital, Chemist, Recycle, Maintenance

Emergency Calls Only

  • Medical Emergency - directly call appropriate Doctor or Hospital, numbers below.
  • Australian Ambulance/Police, Phone: 000
  • Marcoola Beach Resort related emergency (i.e. burst water pipe, building power outage etc.). Ph (07) 5448 7556 (our 24/7 number)

Local Chemist

  • Chemist Warehouse Marcoola
    (07) 5448 7055
    Address: 1-55 David Low Way, Marcoola QLD 4564
  • Pacific Paradise Pharmacy
    (07) 5448 9688
    Address: North Shore Shopping Centre, 5/722 David Low Way, Marcoola QLD 4564
  • Maroochy Day & Night Pharmacy
    (07) 5443 6070
    Address: 107-109 Aerodrome Rd, Maroochydore QLD 4558

Local Medical Centre

  • North Shore Medical Centre
    (07) 5448 9200
    Address: 679 David Low Way, Mudjimba QLD 4564
  • Kon-TiKi Medical Centre
    (07) 5349 0390
    Address: 55 Plaza Parade, Maroochydore QLD 4558

Local Hospital

  • Buderim Private Hospital
    (07) 5430 3303
    Address: 12 Elsa Wilson Dr, Buderim QLD 4556
  • Sunshine Coast University Hospital
    (07) 5202 0000
    Address: 6 Doherty St, Birtinya QLD 4575

Waste Recycle

There is a bin room locates in each side of the main building, near the lift access. Includes general waste, recycle waste and bottle recycle.

Power Outlets

All apartment power outlets are standard Australian 3 pin AC 240V 60hz.

Room Maintenace and after hour contact

24 hr Contact Number: (07) 5448 7556