The township of Beachmere, tucked away in the northern section of Moreton Bay, is a quiet yet pleasant hideaway.
Its location just above Deception Bay, where the mouth of the Caboolture River flows into the bay, makes it an ideal spot for boating and fishing. Public boat ramps can be accessed either on the river or on the bay itself. For those without their own, boats are also available for hire in Beachmere.
Kids will enjoy watching millions of tiny soldier crabs scuttling along the mud flats at low tide. There is a skate park located in Beachmere too, where children can ride bikes or skate. Further inland on the Caboolture River is a marina and chandlery.
Rippas Retreat Unit RR2
Unit 2 of Rippas Retreat is ideal for two couples and/or small families. There are 2 bedrooms, the main bedroom being large enough to cater for an extra single bed, and has a two-way entrance to the bathroom. There is a large built-in wardrobe.
The bathroom is wheel chair friendly with sensor lights.
The second bedroom is small and has two single Beds and large built-in wardrobe.
There is a 3m wide covered verandah back and front and glass doors and security screens throughout. This atmosphere gives a pleasant feeling in the afternoons.
This unit has a large double lockable shed and caravan port, with expansive parking and driveway.
Unit RR1 is listed on Stayz separately, however, both units can be booked at the same time, if available, for extended families.
These two units would be ideal for a family occasion allowing freedom to spend quality time with extended family and friends during a holiday season. You could even park a tent in the yard if you had the whole place to yourselves.
Both units at Rippas Retreat are pet friendly. Always treat your pets for fleas and ticks just in case of an outbreak.
Unit 2 at Rippas Retreat has a large Titan double lock up shed. It has a caravan port.
The back verandah has security fencing for the safety of children and pets.
The whole property is fenced and has two large double gates RR2 entrance is in Randolph St., and RR1 is via Rogers Street.