Ammaboolah meaning "FISH" in Aboriginal language Sleeps 8
Light. Linen. Location.
Light airy beach house with spacious elevated sun-drenched balcony.
Pure cotton linen and bath towels supplied for your convenience.
Located across from the beach in the quiet part of Hat Head.
Fresh modern decor provides ideal living space for eight.
Upstairs is a focal point for relaxing and socialising. This generous area features northern sunny balcony overlooking the forested sand dune. Outdoor entertaining area connects with well-equipped new kitchen and open plan living space.
The main bedroom is also located on this level with a queen bed, the second bedroom has one double bunk and one singleand a modernbathroom.
Downstairs can function as a separate unit with bedroom one queen, one single, modernbathroom / laundry.
Enjoy extras supplied. Relax inside with WIFI, games table and books. Play bat and ball games in the leafy fenced yard. Play a game oftable tennis in the large garage. Laugh while flying kites on the beach.
Easy living with wooden floorboards, dishwasher, clothes dryer and washing machine.
Double lockup garage with drive through to back yard provides secure under cover protection.
Outdoor shower is a must-have for rinsing off sand and salt water.
SOME RECENT FEEDBACK:
"All good, great place to stay, love Hat Head, have been coming here for 40 years"
"Everything available, ample kitchen items and games and ping pong a "holiday feel"
"Great set up in kitchen as a cook did not need anything else"
Hat Head and surrounds
Being surrounded by a National Park and the ocean, Hat Head is a remote pristine beachside setting. A perfect getaway half way between Brisbane and Sydney.
The main Hat Head beach offers over 10 kilometres of relaxed walking and fishing. Swimming at its protected southern end, including the tidal creek, is a regular favourite.
Abundant opportunities for more adventurous bushwalking and bird watching exist around the rugged headland and along isolated beaches.
Hat Head is also well known for its fishing including boat ramp and whale watching during the annual migration June to November.
We know you will enjoy your visit to Hat Head and look forward to hearing from you.