Despite its relative remoteness from major Queensland attractions, the town of Agnes Water is fast evolving into a popular destination for tourists.
This is in part due to a five-kilometre stretch of golden sands as well as great surfing swells. There is a reasonable selection of hotels in Agnes Water as well as budget hostels and campsites.
The majority of the town’s hotels are in the vicinity of the Round Hill Road-Captain Cook Drive intersection. The Mango Tree is beside the main beach access road and offers basic rooms for families with full facilities. Sandcastles 1770 Resort is a beachfront option with contemporary and well-appointed rooms and apartments. There is a swimming pool, a breakfast café and Kahuna’s Restaurant onsite.
Hotels at Agnes Water
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Other great hotels in Agnes Water include LaLaLand Retreat and Captain Cook Holiday Village. Both of these establishments are within a couple of minutes’ walk of the beach. The cottages at LaLaLand are set on a spacious tract of land and facilities here include a lovely saltwater pool and a barbie area. The Holiday Village offers accommodation in varying degrees of luxury and a campsite in addition to top-notch amenities such as a children’s playground and a restaurant.
Agnes Water Tavern is the hub of the entertainment venues in town and has regular live acts and a homely bistro. Although many make the trip to this part of Queensland to surf the swells generated by the Tasman Sea or to enjoy the fantastic beach, there are a number of other inimitable activity and sightseeing destinations.
Hotel guests are just eight kilometres from the town of 1770. The town was the site of Captain Cook’s second landing. A heritage memorial and quirky cafés make it a worthwhile trip. Swimming or snorkelling with dolphins and colourful fish at the Southern Great Barrier Reef is an essential experience. Other unmissable jaunts are riding a LARC amphibious vessel, a fishing cruise or a trip over to Lady Musgrave Island.