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Oceans Three Apartment

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Bush & Beach Retreat

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About Rainbow Beach

Stayz gives you a great variety of accommodation options for your stay in Rainbow Beach Fraser Coast, including houses, self service apartments and more.

You will find many properties on the Stayz site offering great bargain accommodation packages to ensure that you experience your ideal getaway!

Rainbow Beach: A Colourful Coastal Getaway

Don’t forget your camera when you visit the coastal town of Rainbow Beach. As you might expect from the name, you will soon be surrounded by natural beauty in all shades and colours.

Wander along gold and red clifftops, taking in ocean views all the way to Fraser Island. A series of trails make their way through lush hinterland, to towering sand dunes and back to the bustling foreshore. To get your heart racing, go skydiving or paragliding.

Looking for a day trip? Hop aboard a ferry to Fraser Island, one of the places that is often referred to as having been forgotten by time. While you’re in Rainbow Beach, you will also be able to learn about Aboriginal dreamtime stories tied to the area’s geological formations.

Holiday rentals in Rainbow Beach come in many sizes and shapes, from luxurious villas to modern apartments.

Along Rainbow Beach’s Waterfront

Rainbow Beach’s main stretch of white sand runs for 23 km, fronting crystal blue waters. Visitors can go horse riding on the beach, learn to surf or hit the waves on their own. There are flagged areas for swimming and prime spots for fishing, especially north of the lifesaving club.

You could also stroll along the sand for hours, taking in the golden cliffs with reddish specks, from which lush greenery sprouts. Beyond the beach, clifftop walks beckon, providing sweeping views of the open water. Popular coastal walks include the path leading to Double Island Point Lighthouse and Carlo Sandblow.

Aboriginal Heritage in Rainbow Beach

The Central Coast is of high importance for the region’s Indigenous People, with many dreamtime stories revolving around the multicoloured cliffs. Visitors will be able to find out about the area’s first inhabitants and their stories at a local hostel, Pippies Beach House.

Throughout the year, events and talks at the hostel discuss various aspects of local Aboriginal culture. Workshops are also organised on a regular basis, where you can create your own didjeridu or boomerang. These events are open to the public.

Rainbow Beach Action and Adventure

Adrenaline junkies won’t find it difficult to get their fix in Rainbow Beach. For starters, you can learn to paraglide in the small town, with various courses offered by local operators.

A skydive business has also set up shop in Rainbow Beach. Jump out of a plane at 14,000 feet and take in the cliffs, sea and coastal island before landing on the beach. Skydiving lessons can also be organized.

Staying at sea level, work out while becoming acquainted with local wildlife. Rent a kayak and paddle close to dolphins, or join a group tour for added insight into the flora and fauna of the Central Coast.

Day Trips to Fraser Island

Rainbow Beach is one of the main gateways to Fraser Island, as the Australian icon is just a short ferry ride from the mainland. Tour operators and public boats make the journey a few times a day, giving visitors the option of travelling on their own or as part of a group.

Once on the island, you can hire a 4WD and tour the sand dunes, or venture off on foot. There are a number of walking trails, leading through rainforests, to untouched lakes, past shipwreck sites and along creeks. You can swim in the waters of McKenzie or Birabeen Lakes, indulging in a natural spa treatment provided by the lakes’ exfoliating white sands.

Before you leave, make sure to spend some time on 75 Mile Beach, which truly does go on for that many miles.

Getting to Rainbow Beach

Rainbow Beach is just under a 3 hour drive from Brisbane. If you don’t wish to drive, you can get to your holiday destination by direct bus service in approximately 4.5 hours.

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