This self-contained top floor apartment is flooded with natural light and offers stunning views of the ocean extending around to Mt Warning.
Offering two bedrooms and two bathrooms with a spa bath, this apartment is perfect for both couples and families. An additional space can be used as a third bedroom, a study or a kids play area.
The open style living area and gourmet kitchen with stainless steel Miele appliances, and wine fridge will make entertaining easy. Your spacious balcony overlooks the blue ocean and you can enjoy romantic evenings watching the stunning sunsets.
This apartment has two secured car parking spaces, with an internal elevator giving you access to the top floor, where your apartment is located.
The complex has exclusive use of the heated pool and spa which is nestled in a landscaped garden area. If the ocean is your preference, the gate from the pool area leads directly onto the boardwalk giving you direct beach access.
Interaction with other guests
Please note, as we are off site managers, there is no daily servicing of this apartment during your stay, however our apartment has a laundry which is fully equipped with washing machine and dryer.
Linen is provided when you stay with us, including bath towels. However we do not provide beach towels.
While we are off site managers, we ensure that you have our mobile phone number, to use in need. We provide you with check in and check out arrangements at the time of your booking.
Standard Check out clean is included in Tariff. If requested, a mid stay service clean can be organised for you with prior notice at an additional cost.
We ask that you leave the apartment in a tidy condition upon your departure.
The Spice Den, located a short stroll from the complex offers a beautiful Thai Banquet.
Seasons Restaurant located at Peppers Salt Resort & Spa, offers a stylish and casual dining experience.
Fins Restaurant & Bar: Multi-award winning and internationally renowned chef, Steven Snow, continues to carve out its reputation as one of Australia's hottest restaurants.
Salt Bar & Grill: The ultimate bar and grill, for lunch, dinner or meet friends for a drink, with separate children's play area.
Saltbean Coffee, Piccolo Gelati Bar, Fish & Chips and much more.
The Salt Village precinct also has a Bottle Shop, Hairdresser, Witchery and Sunburn.
Salt Spa offers luxury spa facilities and a range of health and wellness programs to rejuvenate the body and mind, offering a wide range of treatments. Bookings are essential.
Silk Beauty offering a wide range of beauty treatments and indulgent massages.
With an average temperature of 24 degrees, stunning beaches and a fantastic smorgasbord of restaurants, Kingscliff is becoming one of Australia's top holiday destinations.
Kingscliff is part of the Tweed Coast situated on the far north coast of New South Wales, Australia, about 30 minutes south of the Gold Coast and just 30 minutes North of Byron Bay. With 2km of golden sandy beaches stretching from Cabarita to Fingal, Kingscliff is just perfect for the family holiday.
Kingscliff has a great stretch of patrolled golden beaches that are great for surfing, rock fishing, swimming or just soaking up the sun. Various water sports, canoeing, crab fishing and River cruises are the many sun soaked activities waiting for you on the Tweed River.
Take advantage of the range of swimming options available at Bale Salt Village. Take a dip in the private 20m heated pool and spa - reserved for Beach House guests, or try the Grand Tropical Beach Lagoon at the Resort. Bale Salt Village guests can use all Hotel Resort facilities.
For a little more swimming, venture down to the Ocean beach, patrolled by the Salt Surf Life Saving Club. This is a popular destination for surfers, sun-lovers, and people eager to do a little fishing, whether it is river or beach fishing, and those who just want a lazy, family holiday. The beaches in the Kingscliff area are particularly beautiful and far less crowded than the more popular beaches further north.
WHALE WATCHING TOURS
Tweed Heads coast line (Gold Coast) has the longest whale watching season for seeing the humpback whales as they travel pass Tweed Heads (Gold Coast) to the warmer waters off Hervey Bay to mate and give birth. Heading south they pass Tweed Heads (Gold Coast) showing off their new baby calves, being very playful and proud parents.
It is the ultimate "back to nature experience" for those who want to be a part of the Humpback whales elements.
Whale season is also a must to see. The timing of the migration period varies every year depending on a number of factors such as water temperature, predators, sea ice, food supply and location of feeding grounds.
Most humpbacks migrate north between June and August, returning to the Southern Ocean between September and November.
SNORKELING WITH TURTLES
Snorkelling Season - The water on the Gold Coast and around Cook Island don't get very cold during winter. As a result, tour companies run their Snorkelling trips year round and provide wetsuits during winter.
Cook Island was discovered by Captain Cook in 1770. Cook Island is also known to the locals as Turtle Island a home to many of these marine creatures. Cook Island is a Marine Reserve full of activity. The island is not far from Fingal shore (on the border between NSW and QLD) and is a popular diving spot for tourists because of its great variety in marine life. Some marine creatures you may encounter on your adventure are turtles, the harmless Leopard Shark, a variety of tropical fish including the protected Blue Grouper, Star Fish in their natural habit and so much more.
DEEP SEA REEF FISHING
Climb aboard "Whale Watcher" for a great day out fishing with your mates, and if you are on your own... with your new mates. "Whale Watcher" is a stable 50 foot cat with new twin 420s Cummins engines, built for speed and comfort, ensuring a quick and safe ride out to the fish. Whale Watcher is the largest fishing vessel on the southern end of the Gold Coast. So you will be fishing in comfort, with plenty of room to walk around on all decks.
There are local farmers markets every second Saturday in the park on the Northern side of Kingscliff Bowls Club. (On the 2nd & 4th Saturday of each month). The Byron Bay Markets are held 1st Sunday of every month. The Bangalow Markets are held on the 4th Sunday of every month.