What Sort of Apartment Living can I Expect?
Our apartments cater to solo travellers, families and romantic couple getaways.All our seventeen seventy accommodation apartments are exquisitely designed with much forethought going into the floor plan layouts of each unit to ensure optimal convenience and the inclusion of integral facilities to make your stay as relaxed as possible.
Each apartment boasts a queen bed, (extra single beds for 2 and 3 bedroom apartments) tiled floors and spacious, airy bedrooms, comfortable living areas, a laundry, ensuite bathrooms complete with spa baths for the pinnacle of luxury and private balconies decked out with BBQ facilities so you can grill up a storm while enjoying the view.
You can choose from one, two or three bedroom apartments. All come fully-equipped with modern European quality appliances, tea and coffee conveniences, air-conditioning, cable TV with DVD player, wireless internet, CD and Radio players, a video intercom security system, two telephones, hair dryers, as well as, laundry facilities including ironing boards and irons.
What Other Resort Facilities are Available?
We have a 25 metre swimming pool, a heated plunge pool and spa and a children’s wading pool area if you feel like unwinding within the resort. The pool area has adjacent BBQ facilities and is meticulously landscaped for natural surrounds of lush gardens.
You can also enquire at reception for tour information, dry-cleaning and photocopying and faxing services.
Call reception on (07) 4902 1000 to make enquiries about accommodation in 1770, what to see and do in the surrounding area, or to make a booking. Our knowledgeable staff will courteously answer any questions you may have.
Get back to Nature on the Discovery Coast
If you would like an injection of adventure then our Agnes Water accommodation is ideal for acting as a launching pad to all the tourism must-see spots in the area. There is so much to see and do on Queensland’s Discovery Coast that no matter what sort of a holiday you are after, you will never be starved for excitement or leisure options when you stay at our resort in Agnes Water.
Visit the Eurimbula National Park, Joseph Banks Regional Park or Deepwater National Park, located just a short drive away and take in the natural beauty of the region. You can hike through eucalypt forests, rainforests, woodlands, wetlands, sedge-lands, coastal scrubs and rocky headlands and even enjoy some boating and fishing nearby.
For fishing information please consult the Marine Park Authority website for maps and zoning information, as well as, the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry for rules and regulations, permits and more. Keep in mind you will need a 4 wheel drive to access these parks.
This area serves as a secluded gateway to The Great Barrier Reef with numerous activities and sightseeing opportunities right on your doorstep. Take a look at Town of 1770 Agnes Water and Discover 1770 for some helpful 1770 Queensland holidaymaking information and guide to town walking tracks.
There is Plenty to See and Do When Enjoying Your Beach Holiday
Do some sightseeing, go on a harbour cruise around Bustard Bay and the lighthouse or take a Cessna flying tour for an eagle-eye view across the headland.
For some action there is plenty of water activities, including chartering a fishing boat, going scuba diving, kayaking or learning to surf, kitesurf or stand up paddle board.
Take note of the wildlife by doing some whale watching, or bird watching at Lady Musgrave Island and other spots within The Great Barrier Reef.
Join a scooter or mini Harley motorbike style tour and race around the region, or hire a bicycle and get out and about under your own steam.
Visit the local museum and take in the history of the area.
Enjoy eating out. For a small locale we have numerous dining options available. Our local restaurant and café establishments serve up fresh seafood and modern Australian cuisine, as well as, Indian, Thai and tavern fare.
When Are The Best Times of Year to Book in Agnes Water?
Pavillions on 1770 is named so in commemoration of Captain James Cook’s second landing in Australia, on the coast of Queensland, anchoring at Bustard Bay on May 24th, 1770.
If you visit our accommodation 1770 during the month of May you can take part in the Captain Cook 1770 Festival which celebrates our history and local indigenous culture with an emphasis on entertainment and frivolity.
It is held yearly with the main festivities take place over the weekend, around the 24th and 25th of May. There are also related celebratory activities, events and re-enactments that take place during the week, in the lead-up to the weekend. For more information regarding this special occasion please visit the Official 1770 Festival website.
If you love watching water sport athletes compete then visit us from late February to early March. During this period you can enjoy the annual Reef2Beach Longboard Classic Surf Contest which brings together some of the best local and international longboard talents.
The climate is beautiful any time of year, and if you simply want a beautiful getaway, close to nature with plenty of leisure activities, you can book your holiday stay all year round.
What Transport Options are Available to and from 1770?
There are numerous travel options available for reaching our accommodation at Agnes Water. We are situated between Gladstone and Bundaberg and can be accessed by car, bus, rail and air.
Greyhound bus services depart from all major cities daily. Call Greyhound on 1300 473 946 to enquire.
Train travel is a daily option and will see you disembark at Miriam Vale which is 30 minutes west of 1770. There is a coach transfer operation which can shuttle you from the station to Agnes Water. Call Travel Train for more information on 13 22 32.
If travelling from further away, you can catch a commercial Virgin Blue, Qantas or Jetstar flight to the nearby townships of Bundaberg and Gladstone. Pick-up transport, taxi, or rental car, will need to be organised to transfer you on the final leg of the journey to reach our 1770 beach accommodation.