Scenic resort hotel located on the Queensland coast
With an address on Bulcock Street, the towns main street, the Ocean Views Resort Caloundra is an ideal destination for visitors to the scenic Sunshine Coast. Brisbane Airport is only an hour away whilst the Sunshine Coast Airport is merely 10 minutes drive from the resort. As well as this, road and rail links provide convenient access in and out of Caloundra.
The 4.5 star establishment offers guests a range of one and two bedroom apartments, as well as a number of motel suites and studio apartment. Altogether the resort offers a total of 66 guestrooms, all of which feature air-conditioning, private balcony, and en-suite bathroom.
Each room is also equipped with a plasma TV complete with cable channels, tea and coffee making facilities, hairdryer, work desk, alarm clock, and wireless internet connectivity. Windows in all rooms open for that additional blast of fresh air.
Amongst the facilities on offer at OVR is an undercover security parking lot with camera surveillance for that extra peace of mind. A lift serves all floors, whilst a luggage storage space is available for those arriving in advance of check-in or departing after check-out. Laundry and dry-cleaning is also offered.
The resort also features a 15 metre heated lap pool that is ideal for those hoping to exercise, as is the well-equipped gymnasium and spa. A Jacuzzi and barbecue facilities are available on the hotels rooftop terrace, whilst an in-house restaurant serves a range of dishes, including daily breakfast.
Considering its position on the Sunshine Coast, it should come as no surprise that the Ocean Views Resort Caloundra is a haven for visitors and tourists looking to enjoy the fine coastline with its sandy beaches. Just a two minute walk from Bulcock Beach, the OVR puts guests right at the heart of beach life.
From surfing, kayaking, wind-surfing, jet-skiing and water-skiing to sunbathing, volleyball, jogging, and caf culture, the beach location is stacked with activities that can either build up the adrenaline or fully rest the body. These sands are also the gateway to the Coral Sea, home of the world-famous Great Barrier Reef. Its not uncommon to see visitors in the region heading to the fantastic World Heritage Site.
The streets of the town also house a vibrant atmosphere, thanks in part to the many restaurants, cafs, bars and boutique shops. Scattered around these is also a number of green spaces, including picturesque, landscaped gardens and national parks.
Golf fanatics should head to Pelicans Water Golf Course whilst nature lovers may enjoy a trip to Australia Zoo, with its famous Crocodile Hunter exhibits and wide range of Australian and global wildlife.
Fraser Island to the north is another popular destination for those in the area. Considered to be the largest sand island in the world, the isle is now made up of the Great Sandy National Park, which is a stunning landscape in which to relax and wander.
Back at the Ocean Views Resort Caloundra guests will have plenty to jot on a postcard and an abundance of holiday snaps to take home with them.