The Space409 The Pavillions 1770
Sparkling blue waters await you at this spacious 3 bedroom luxury apartment in the prestigious holiday location of 1770 / Agnes Waters
The apartment is situated on absolute beach front, with nothing but sand-dunes between you and beautiful blue water. Very spacious 3brm with large balcony and Sea views. Very well equipped with all that would be expected in a $million dollar apartment. . 1770 / Agnes Waters is the last surfing beach north of Brisbane. One can watch the sun rise and set on the East coast, because of its unique location. It is also the closest location to visit the Great Barrier Reef.
This apartment is unique in that it is absolute beach front, It has Lift Access, significantly larger than most 3 bedroom apartments, offers great privacy with a spacious balcony complete with sun lounges, outdoor dining and BBQ which only faces the sand dunes, beach and ocean.
Bedroom 1 features a Queen Bed
Bedroom 2 features a Queen Bed
Bedroom 3 features 2 Single Beds
Modern spacious kitchen with dishwasher, oven, cook top, crockery, all the usual kitchen items, fridge and large pantry.
Only 5 mins walk Apartment 409 at the Pavilions at 1770 Resort in Agnes Water
Sweeping views of serene beach and the sparkling blue ocean await you from this spacious 3brm modern apartment in the beautiful holiday location of the Town of 1770 otherwise known as Agnes Water. This is one of the rare places on the East Coast of Australia, or indeed, in the World, where you can see the Sun Rise and Sun Set over the water in the same location. This spacious apartment is unique in that it is beach front, offers great privacy with a spacious balcony complete with sun lounges, outdoor dining and BBQ which only faces the beach.3 very spacious bedrooms 2 of which are equipped with televisions, build in wardrobes and comfortable quality bedding and each with its own bathroom. Master bathroom has a large spa bath.
Things to See & Do:
Walk onto the beach from your apartment in seconds (is that close enough for you). Surf or swim on Queensland’s most northern surf beach or just laze around on the beautiful stinger free beaches and do absolutely nothing!
The town of 1770 is a departure point for many day reef cruises and fishing charters to the outer Great Barrier Reef. Tours operate to nearby Lady Musgrave Island, Fitzroy Reef and many other exciting and beautiful destinations. Pull on your snorkelling gear and step off the beach into a protected coral lagoon where you’ll find yourself staring at a colourful array of fish and coral.
There are popular restaurants, cafes and take always within easy walking distance.
1770 offers some of the best fishing on the East Coast of Australia. Rock fishing, surf fishing, estuary and reef fishing are available either privately or through commercial operators.
BBQ & Picnics
Enjoy the numerous beautiful picnic, bbq and playground areas.
Hire a kayak to explore pristine estuaries, show off your surfing skills or take surfing lessons on Australia’s most northern surf beach. Try Australia’s only commercially operated Thundercat surf racing boat. Join the famous guided 60km Scooteroo tour or explore the extensive 4WD self drive tracks through coastal sub tropical rainforests and hinterland.
Visit Queensland’s first coastal lighthouse. Guest AccessYou will have access to all the amenities in the resort Interaction with GuestsYou will be able to pick up your key at the Loka Santi building, details will be provided on confermation of booking. The NeighborhoodYou’ve uncovered Australia’s and QLD’s best kept secret. Here you’ll find a friendly laid back lifestyle reminiscent of years gone by. Agnes Water and the Town of Seventeen Seventy (1770) are hidden on the east coast of Queensland between Fraser Island & Hervey Bay (to the south), and Airlie Beach & the Whitsundays (to the north). There’s enough shops here to make your stay comfortable, and with minimum development, you may feel like you’ve discovered your own piece of paradise.
The long, golden sand beaches are an ideal place to while away holiday moments, enjoying the natural beauty that surrounds this majestic location. Magnificent estuaries, coastal rainforests, National and Marine parks encircle Seventeen Seventy and Agnes Water providing endless places to explore.The towns of 1770 and Agnes Water offer the discerning traveller a piece of paradise. The most northern surfijng beach in Queensland, Australia is at Agnes Water. It is safe, uncrowded and patrolled. Great for children and surfers alike. If you’ve been here a long time ago, you’ll be pleasantly surprised that we now have sealed roads with easy access from Bundaberg and Miriamvale or Gladstone. Catch a train to Gladstone, Miriamvale or Bundaberg, or fly to Gladstone, Bundaberg or Hervey Bay airports, where you can hire a car, charter a flight with our local pilot or catch a Greyhound bus to get here.Agnes Water and 1770 are a unique holiday experience where one minute you feel like you’re in the outback, and then you’re arriving in an uncrowded coastal environment where you can access safe, patrolled surfing beaches and explore the Great Barrier Reef. In fact, Agnes Water is the closest access point to the pristine magic of the Southern Great Barrier Reef. Swim, snorkel and dive around colourful reef fish and coral…Nature at its best.
The Town of 1770 puts on a beautiful show in the afternoons. 1770 is a rare place on the East Coast of Australia where you can experience the beauty of the sun setting and rising over the ocean. It is an ideal place to relax and offers an “off the beaten track” experience without having to leave the sealed roads or travel to the outback.
You can enjoy swimming all year round in our fresh clear ocean. Summer temperatures are usually below 35 degrees Celsius and accompanied by gentle afternoon sea breezes. Winters are warm and dry with lovely cool evenings. With around 300 sunny days per year, this makes Agnes Water and 1770 the perfect subtropical holiday destination all year round.
The Town Of 1770, the birthplace of Queensland, is a picturesque seaside village surrounded on three sides by the Coral Sea and Bustard Bay. Historic as the second landing site in Australia of James Cook and the crew of the Endeavour in May 1770, the area is rich in wildlife and natural beauty and offers scenic vistas in every direction. The Joseph Banks Environmental Park preserves much of the peninsula with fauna and flora indicative of the area. Rugged granite rocky outcrops, both an outer surf and inner still water beach.
Agnes Water is Queensland’s northern-most surf beach and is last in a line of beautiful, unspoilt beaches that sweep up the coast from Bundaberg. Agnes Water and its sister township of 1770 offer a range of activities and holiday ideas – from relaxing at the beach, four wheel driving through rugged coastal national parks, beach and deep sea fishing – to enjoying a soft adventure tour aboard an amphibious vessel. Agnes Water and the Town of 1770 are also one of the closest points to the outer Great Barrier Reef, with tours departing to either Lady Musgrave Island or Fitzroy Reef.
Agnes Water features accommodation, shops and eateries and services – all with a beach side atmosphere. The Agnes Water Museum houses local history with interesting information about Captain Cook and his voyages. Many beautifully designed homes dot the palm covered hillsides, all with a look reminiscent of the tropics of tropical north Queensland.
The surfing fraternity have long frequented Agnes Water and a major event on the long board circuit – the 1770 Long board Classic – is held in March at the beach. From Agnes Water, four wheel drive trails extend south into Deepwater National Park and north into Eurimbula National Park – opening up coastal wilderness for camping and fishing.
Top Things to do
Reef 2 Beach Surf School
Discover 1770 Tours
Scooter Roo Tours
Paperbark Forest Walk
Agnes Water Visitor Information Centre
Deepwater National Park
Lazy Lizard Surf School 1770
Eurimbula National Park
1770 Castaway Island Adventures - Day Tours
Horizons Kangaroo Sanctuary
Agnes Water Museum
Kent Barton Art Gallery
1770 Shuttle & Tours Getting AroundYou can get around on foot, or hire a bike, or go on some tours, but a car is recommended if you want to get out and about on your own.
1770 Shuttle & Tours Other Things to NoteEating Out
Getaway Garden Cafe
Cafe Discovery at Agnes
Sea Grapes Bistro and Wine Bar
Off the Hook Fish and Chips
Plantation Bar & Restaurant
Agnes Water Bakery
Agnes Water Tavern
Green Turtle Cafe & Bar
Agnes beach cafe