This beautiful 3 bedroom/3 bathroom 2 level home is a stunning and located direct on the beach front at Cowan Cowan Moreton Island.Sit back and relax on the day couch on the deck overlooking Moreton Bay.The ground level boasts a well equipped kitchen, lounge/dining area all opening out onto the deck, even a bbq on the deck.
Great location for sitting back and relaxing, or stroll along the beach and stop to check out the old war bunkers, throw a line in out the front, or bring your boat and fish for a cod out on the reef. Cowan Cowan beach is a very peaceful beach with the beach area closed to traffic, so very handy for kids to play.
Bedroom 1: 1 Queen Size bed with ensuite
Bedroom 2: 1 Queen Size bed with ensuite
Bedroom 3: 2 single beds with 2 way bathroom
This property is located on the worlds second largest sand island. During your stay, there are plenty to see and do. Fishing on the beach, you may catch a dart, whiting, or take your boat out to the reefs and you may catch a cod. During whale season the Eastern beach is the place to be, watching the mother whales and babies playing, leaping through the water.
If you love snorkeling or a first timer, head down to the Tangalooma Wrecks, and snorkel around the wrecks, the most amazing scenery, don’t forget to take some bread with you to feed the fish while you are out there. Snorkeling the Tangalooma Wrecks is a great experience and remember to take your underwater camera to snap a picture of the turtle swimming under you, or the dugong hiding in the wreck below.
If you love sand and speed, head to the desert for sand boarding. The desert is located behind Tangalooma Resort and in Summer does get quite hot so don’t forget your sand board, hat, sunscreen and plenty of water.
Cowan Cowan does have the old war gunning placements which are full of history and are located right on the beach in front of Cowan Cowan. The best way to see the gunning placements
Cape Moreton light house is a must see, the lighthouse is at the Northern tip of Moreton Island. There is a bit of waking and stairs to reach the light house and the old light house keepers houses, which do now accommodate National Parks Rangers. The light house is not open to the public, you can see the light house and the views across the island towards caloundra and the Glass house mountains are superb, Look back along the Eastern Beach for spectacular beach views, the views are priceless.