Frequently Asked Questions
How Many People Can Sleep in a Villa?
Our Villas sleep a maximum of 5 people. They have a master bedroom down stairs (either with a queen bed, or a split king bed) and a loft bedroom which is accessible via a ladder which has sleeping for up to 4 people (either a queen bed and 2 singles, 3 singles or 4 singles).
Our Large Villas can sleep a maximum of 6 people.
They have the same bedding options as our villas however with 3.5m2 more living space there is room for a set of bunk beds downstairs just adjacent to the living area. Please note we do try to reserve these villas for families of 4 or more or with guests who cannot access the loft bedroom.
Do you have an on site restaurant?
Yes we sure do! Everyone loves our food and our service!
We are open:
- Breakfast from 7 am – 9am everyday
- Dinner Tuesday – Sunday 5.30 pm – 10.00pm.
It is recommended you make a booking even if it’s the afternoon before, we would hate to keep you waiting or turn you away!
Do you have a pool?
We have 2 pools, 1 that is heated through to the winter months and a children’s wading pool.
Do you have a childrens playground?
No, but we have 5.5 acres of cartwheel space. Get the kids to bring a scooter and football! We also have a games room & tennis court as well as additional kids activities during the school holidays.
Do you have ocean views?
We are just a block back from the beach, only a 2 minute walk. We are lucky enough to have 5.5 acres bordering a nature reserve right by the beach, no concrete buildings in sight! Even though you cannot see the ocean you can hear it, sense and smell it!
How far are you from the supermarket/shops?
We are located within 5 minutes drive to Bargara Central Shopping Centre, which has a Woolworths, IGA, Bakery, Petrol Station and other specialty shops. We do have a small shop onsite with everyday grocery items , milk, ice, drinks and chocolate & ice cream.
We respectfully acknowledge the Taribelang Bunda, Gooreng Gooreng, Gurang, Bailai, Wakka Wakka, Wulli Wulli, Djaku-nde, Jangerie Jangerie, and Kabbi Kabbi Peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the precious land, water and sea country on which we all love to work, live and play.
We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging and thank them for welcoming us country today. We look forward to sharing traditional culture through tourism, in the spirit of mutual respect and reconciliation.