Exclusive resort located along the Sunshine Coast
Located on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, the Novotel Twin Waters Resort is a luxury destination for those that enjoy exclusivity and seclusion. The resort can be found amidst landscaped tropic gardens, on the banks of a private lagoon which happens to feature its own sandy beaches.
The 4-star establishment offers a comfortable stay that is highlighted by the amenities on offer. Throughout the 380 guestrooms visitors will find the likes of a television with internet access and a Sony PlayStation games console. Private bath and shower rooms are complimented by a range of bathroom amenities, whilst tea and coffee making facilities, mini-fridge, hairdryer, and iron and ironing board round out a long list of vital extras. Rooms also feature a patio or balcony, from which guests can enjoy the resort as a whole.
A number of lagoon-side suites are also available for an extra touch of luxury.
A number of services are also offered at the resort, including laundry for those staying for prolonged periods of time who do not feel like lugging about their entire wardrobe. Business services are available, including seven unique function rooms that can accommodate up to 1000 delegates. These also serve as a suitable venue for wedding ceremonies and receptions.
When it comes to leisure activities, the Novotel Twin Waters Resort is far from lacking. Within the grounds and the nearby area, guests can partake in a wide range of activities. Golf is a popular pastime, with the nearby Twin Waters championship 18-hole course proving a popular destination.
For those that fancy something a little more exciting, Australia’s first all-terrain Segway track can be found within the ground. These bizarre transportation devices, which resemble some kind of extreme hobby-horse, provide quite the competition.
The saltwater lagoon within the complex is ideal for those that fancy a yacht journey or kayaking trip. For more speedy water-sports, the Ocean is an ideal canvas in which to partake in some jet-skiing, water-skiing and the likes. More importantly, for those that don’t know, the coast is a veritable surfer’s Eden, with breakwaters providing ideal waves to be ridden.
For those keener on resting and relaxing, the resorts extensive spa, which is located upon the lagoon, is a fantastic place to go to enjoy a bevy of health and well-being treatments and processes.
Other attractions in the region that can be visited include Australia Zoo (the institute made famous by the late Steve Irwin, the Crocodile Hunter himself), Eumundi Market, which is rich in local arts and crafts, and a wide assortment of islands.
With its location along the Coral Sea, one of the most favoured attractions in the region is the Great Barrier Reef. This UNESCO World Heritage Site, which stretches along much of Australia’s north-east coast, features an abundance of islands and corals, as well as a vast supply of wildlife.
Upon returning, or before leaving, for such exotic climes, be sure to try out the range of dining options at the Novotel Twin Waters Resort, which includes a restaurant, lounge bar, café, as well as a number of other options.