40 on Bingil is designed for the tropics, a fusion of styles suited to a fun and casual lifestyle.
The house is dressed in vibrant colours and is equipped with all the conveniences for a great holiday. The open plan design is accentuated by the louvered windows bringing the outside in, the bi-fold doors continue the theme by extending the lounge room onto a spacious covered deck, from where it's only a few steps to the sun deck and fully fenced pool.
The outside deck is where you'll spend most of the time, great for drinking your morning latte -made from the machine in your own kitchen- the evening meal, watching the kids play in the pool or admiring the landscaped gardens.
The interior is tastefully decorated with an oversized daybed taking pride of place in the lounge room, the main bedroom pavilion is very private with its own pebbled courtyard and patio. The bathroom is functional and modern with a rain shower.
The house caters to 4 people with 2 bedrooms.
40 on Bingil is a short stroll from the beach and Bicton Hill rainforest walk. Mission Beach is only a short drive away with its cafes and restaurants. Day trips to the Outer Barrier Reef and Dunk Island leave from Clump Point jetty just up the road.
The choices abound - Tandem Sky Dive onto Mission Beach, White Water Raft down the Tully River, Snorkel or Dive the Great Barrier Reef, Fish on the Great Barrier Reef, Kayak over to Dunk Island, enjoy an Island Cruise, End the Day doing a Sunset Sail, take a Walk on one of the many Rainforrest Walking Tracks and spot a Cassowary, Play a Round of Golf.
Take a drive to one of the many waterfalls or enjoy a day discovering The Atherton Tablelands.
If relaxation is more your style what could be better than lazing on the deck at 40 0n Bingil and looking out to the beautiful gardens,followed by a BBQ at the beach then continue your 40 on Bingil experience in your own private swimming pool, or sample the tasty menus at one of tour great restaurants.
Adventure or indulgence.......it is up to you!
Transport & Directions
Mission Beach is located on the Great Green Way, Tropical North Queensland coast in Australia between the northern cities of Cairns and Townsville.
FINDING YOUR WAY TO MISSION BEACH FROM CAIRNS
Cairns International and Domestic Airport offers flights from major cities around the World however most travellers fly via Darwin, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide or Perth.
The drive to Mission Beach from Cairns is 1.5 to 2 hours along Highway No 1 - also referred to as The Bruce Highway. It takes you through the heart of the region’s sugar cane and banana farming communities. South of Innisfail at the small township called El Arish turn left from the Highway. (Opposite El Arish Golf Course). The distance to Mission Beach is approx. 16km travelling through amazing World Heritage listed rainforest.
Sugarland Car Rentals has an office in Cairns and Mission Beach enabling one way hire options i.e. from Cairns to Mission Beach. There is a drop off fee of approx. $50-00. They offer a courtesy drop off to your accommodation or Cairns Airport between the hours of 7-30am and 5-00pm at the Cairns office and 8-00am and 4-45pm at the Mission Beach Office.
If you wish to hire a car for the entire time during your stay your options then extend to the larger companies eg. Budget, Avis, Hertz or Thrifty Hire Car Companies.
Mission Beach Taxi service offers a Chauffer driven limousine using late model Holden Statesman Sedans and Mercedes Benz. They are able to take up to 4 passengers from Cairns Airport to your accommodation at Mission Beach for approx. $330. For group bookings please contact the Girls at Mission Beach Holidays.
McCafferty - Greyhound Coach Service (phone 13 14 99) make regular stops in Mission Beach. These services pick up/drop off at the coach terminal in Wongaling Beach. Please contact Mission Beach Holidays for advice on transferring to your accommodation.
FINDING YOUR WAY TO MISSION BEACH FROM TOWNSVILLE
Townsville Airport offers flights from Darwin, Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne.
The drive to Mission Beach from Townsville is 2.5 hours to 3 hours along Highway No 1 - also referred to as The Bruce Highway. It is strongly recommended on this drive to have a break at the Frosty Mango – approx. 45mins drive north of Townsville. Here you can enjoy the most amazing selection of homemade ice creams and gelati. Continue on your journey to Mission Beach crossing the Cardwell Range with breathtaking views at the top overlook Hinchinbrook Island and Channel. Just north of the township of Tully take a right turn. Drive through farmland and the world famous Licuala Palm Forrest and on to the beach communities of Mission Beach.
If you wish to hire a car your options are Budget, Avis, Hertz or Thrifty Hire Car Companies. All have offices in the Townsville Airport.