Pavillions on 1770 is located between the seaside towns of Agnes Water and 1770. With Pavillions on 1770 in front of six kilometres of golden sand on Queensland's most northern surf beach on one side it is a true haven of peace and serenity, where:
The only footprints left behind on the sand are likely to be yours. Where there are no crowds, just the sound of the gentle surf.
Agnes Water and 1770 is what sea side relaxation used to be before the high rise resorts and rampant commercialism dominated other tourism areas.
An Unspoiled Destination
Bounded by national parks and the Great Barrier Reef, 1770 is a popular spot for sightseeing, fishing and boating and is the departure point for neighbouring national parks and the southern cays of the Great Barrier Reef. To the northwest of Agnes Water is Eurimbula National Park, a 12,500 hectare natural beauty of freshwater paperbark swamps, mangrove and eucalypt forest. The 4,600 hectare Deepwater National Park to the south of Agnes Water is an outstanding natural beauty of coastal vegetation and sweeping beaches studded with freshwater creeks and a breeding ground for loggerhead turtles.