Sahara Blue - beach house Moreton Island
Winter Warmer Special 1/6 - 31/8 6 nights from $2085* OR pay for 2 stay for 3 from $1015
School Holiday Special 15th Sep 2017 - 3rd Oct 2017 6 Nights from $2785*
Spring Getaway 4th Oct - 21st Nov from $2200*
Summer 21st Nov - 2nd Dec 6 nights $3200*
Summer Getaway 2nd Dec - 13 Dec 1 Week $2285*
* inc max 8 people (extra persons max 2 additional fee)
PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE LINEN HIRE, BUGGY HIRE OR FERRY TRANSFERS. DOLPHIN FEEDING IS NOT INCLUDED IN RENTAL [details and bookings]
Moreton Island is surrounded by deep blue crystal clear water with white sandy beaches and untouched National Parks. One side of the island is quite water and the other is surf.
Sahara Blue is a luxury three storey holiday beach house on beautiful Moreton Island looking north over the Tangalooma wrecks with views west out over Moreton Bay up to the Glasshouse mountains. All bedrooms have stunning bay views and are air-conditioned to maximise comfort.
Sahara Blue beach house is located within the Tangalooma Resort and guests have access to all resort facilities.
Sahara Blue Moreton Island beach house can easily accommodate two families happily, yet can also be a wonderful escape for two people enjoying the privacy of the double spa with bay views.
This Moreton Island holiday house is situated on the hill behind Tangalooma Resort, which means it is about a 400m walk to the beach and pools and other resort facilities. Or you can hire the electric buggy ($40 / night or $200 / week).
The fully equipped kitchen has views out over the bay and leads directly onto the deck. Complete with modern appliances including gas cooktop, oven, microwave, dishwasher and a large fridge/freezer. Even a breadmaker for fresh bread everyday.
A BBQ is also located on the deck.
All bedrooms have bay views while the master bedroom has an ensuite with a spa bath and a glassed shower. There are three other bathrooms to ensure everyone is catered for.
Minimum rental periods apply in peak season - see Moreton Island beach house holiday rental / tariff details.
Some people make the mistake of spelling Morton Island and not Moreton Island. A spelling error in the Hawkesworth edition of Cook's Journal, the original error was never changed, and this Moreton (bay) became the accepted spelling of the bay. The spelling error was compounded in 1799 when Matthew Flinders decided to name the island to the east of the bay, Moreton Island.
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