Queensland is the home of apartment style family accommodation. Throughout the state, you will find thousands of apartment’s in all of the most popular tourist locations. Apartment style accommodation is in high demand as it is a very popular way for families to holiday as it allows separate bedrooms for families and larger groups, and offers kitchen and cooking facilities. It is considered to be a more economical way to holiday.
The Gold Coast beachfront is lined with high rise apartment living. The most central areas like Surfers Paradise, Broadbeach and Main Beach are now developed well back from the beach as the demand in these regions are at a premium. Similarly, apartment holiday rentals have become very popular in areas like Noosa, Maroochydore and Mooloolaba. Regions like Marcoola and Caloundra are now also seeing lots of new holiday apartments being developed.
The Whitsundays region has not been left behind. Airlie Beach on the mainland, has been at the forefront of the local development industry for twenty years now, with its new marina’s and commercial hub for the Whitsunday islands, it has seen many new apartment style complexes being completed. On the islands themselves, Hamilton Island has the famous Whitsunday Holiday Apartments and has also recently added the new Hamilton Island Yacht Club Villa’s.
In far north Queensland, places like Port Douglas, have dozens of excellent apartments on offer for holiday letting. This area is famous for having a lot of apartments at the luxury end of the market. Palm Cove to the south of Port Douglas has a superb beach which is lined with fantastic apartment style accommodation. Sea Temple resort, located in both Palm Cove and Port Douglas provide sensational apartments for you to choose from. Cairns apartments are once again found lining the waterfront. The esplanade and the marina precincts offering plenty of choice.
If you want excellent holiday accommodation in Queensland, you can’t go past one of these excellent apartment style resorts and accommodation.
APARTMENT PAGES FOR QUEENSLAND REGIONS