Not far from
your 1770 accommodation you can explore the magnificent Central Queensland coastline, fish the estuaries, snorkel or scuba dive the Southern Great Barrier Reef, surf Queensland's most northern surf beaches at Agnes Water or take one of the many fantastic tours available.
The Town of 1770 is the closest jump-off point to the Southern Great Barrier Reef.
For a peaceful and idyllic Queensland holiday, the Discovery Coast is beautifully unspoilt. It has a mountain backdrop, national parks on three sides and the surf meets the Great Barrier Reef right there on latitude 24. Imagine endless deserted white sandy surfing beaches, rocky headlands, a bay with deep water anchorage and rimmed by mountains and 26 coral cay islands just 32km offshore.
As if all that wasn't enough, the climate is generally described as "perfect". Summer and winter temperatures range between 21șC to 30șC with more than 300 days of sunshine a year. The water is ideal for safe family swimming, and there is good estuary fishing and mud crabbing. For board-riders it is the last northern surfing beach on the east coast, so the area has something to offer just about everyone!
1770 Foreshore is a luxury 3 bedroom apartment located along the esplanade at Baywatch1770, Captain Cook Drive, Town Of 1770.
Sensational holiday accommodation at 1770 offering style, comfort and conveniently at your doorstep, is all that 1770 has to offer!
Covered BBQ areas, playground, kayak hire, walking distance to great fishing spots and of course the white sands and blue waters of the 1770 Foreshore.
The newly constructed 1770 foreshore boardwalk offers a relaxed scenic stroll to the 1770 Marina, where you’ll find arguably the best coffee and homemade cakes in town!
Activities can be booked there including world renowned fishing charter trips and tours.
The 1770 Tree Bar restaurant/bar will delight with the perfect setting for a sunset drink and menu offering seafood caught fresh, cooked with flair for tropical taste-buds.
- Holiday Accommodation, Central Queensland, Australia.
“1770 is THE playground of Central Queensland”