Luxury Beachside Apartment Rainbow Beach Australia
About Rainbow Beach
Rainbow Beach is the Golden Gateway to some of the most amazing natural attractions in the world.
From its picturesque coastal village enchantingly nestled between Cooloola National Park and the Pacific Ocean, experience a mosaic of natural wonders and indulging in your favourite pursuits at the same time.
Steeped in aboriginal legend, the towering coloured cliffs majestically contoured the coastline 2 km south of Rainbow Beach, the complex array in tones and hues of the sand formations create a landscape of colour and wonder.
Para or hang glide in one of the best spots in the world, the Carlo Blow, an amazing feature of nature with picture postcard views. Put your toes in the miles of golden sand, swim with the dolphins and drive to the oceans coral depths in one of the worlds top 10 scuba diving locations.
Take a tour to the World Heritage listed Fraser Island or whale watching in Hervey Bay, or just enjoy the other timeless experiences of relaxation, sun baking, walking through the rainforest, golf, tennis, beach fishing, horse riding, dining or boutique specialty shops.
How To Get To Rainbow Beach
Gympie is located less than 2 hours (160km) north of Brisbane on the Bruce highway (Highway 1) Rainbow Beach can be accessed along a sealed road from Gympie or Maryborough. Allow 3 hours to get to Rainbow Beach from Brisbane.
Gympie Airport is located south of the city at Kybong. There are small air strips located at Rainbow Beach and Tin Can Bay
Major Coach Companies service Gympie, Tin Can Bay and Rainbow Beach daily from Brisbane. Polleys Coaches also operate a local service Monday to Friday from Gympie to the Cooloola Coast.
Queensland Rail has regular services originating from Brisbane, Rockhampton aand Cairns into Gympie North Station. Each service is met by the Train Link Bus service to transfer passengers to Gympie’s CBD.
Marina facilities are available at Tin Can Bay and Rainbow Beach via the Great Sandy Straights or the Wide Bay Bar.
The Climate in the Cooloola Region is sub-tropical with warm to hot summers and temperate winters.
The average maximum temperature in the hottest months is 30 degrees C, while the average minimum temperature in the coldest month is 6 degrees.
The temperature of the water has a low variance allowing water-based recreation activities year-round.
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