It’s morning and the water shimmers with the fairy dust sprinkling of early light. Palms overhead yawn in the light breeze and birds announce their presence. Sugar cane applauds the effort. Nestled in the crook of the arm of the Eudlo Creek, Maroochy River Resort and Bungalows is waking up and stretching across its 8 acres. After the rain, the brown river water seems serene in the sunshine. Another lovely day reaches out. The Sunshine Coast's only award winning three star holiday resort, Maroochy River Resort and bungalows, has the perfect location for discovering all the region has to offer or just relaxing with family and friends by the water. The site is a finger of land pointing roughly north. On one side are the wetlands of the Eudlo, a conservation park where mangroves and bird life co-exist in a sort of lovely mushy, tidal adventure zone. Nature walks can be arranged through the wetlands to get the full vibe on these fascinating little universes.
Just the river below and the sky above
On the other side is where the Eudlo comes to a stop under the bows of the local pub. At the other end it merges with the Maroochy River, where Maroochy River canoe trail can be picked up. This smooth, gentle reach is perfect for the kind of water sports even little kids can manage. No zooming water-skiers or lunatic jet-skiers to contend with here. It’s all soft, lapping water in a natural bowl held by lush bush. A line-up of water craft cluster on the shore for guests to take their pick and set off... kayaks, canoes, peddle boats, beckon. A pool and tennis court beckon for those less keen on the river. The resort also contains permanent bungalows, so you know it's a good spot: even the locals want to stay here.
The Sunshine Coast's only award winning three star holiday resort, Maroochy River Resort and bungalows, has the perfect location for discovering all the region has to offer or just relaxing with family and friends by the water.
You gotta love a place that gives its public loo a view. Inside, where concentration is often required, it’s, well, just a loo.
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