Take advantage of our facilities and come and explore the beautiful surrounds of Rainbow Beach. Hike through nearby cool rainforests, swim in freshwater lakes, marvel at the famous coloured sands, toboggan the spectacular Carlo sandblow, swim lazily in the crystal clear waters of patrolled swimming and surf beaches, drive along the pristine beach to Double Island Point, climb to the lighthouse and be rewarded with the spectacular panorama that awaits you, discover the Cherry Venture shipwreck buried in the sands of Teewah Beach, hire a dingy or drop a line at Inskip point, and at the end of the day, unwind watching the sun set slowly over the Sandy Straights.
Rainbow Getaway Resort is the perfect base for your Cooloola Coast holiday.
Explore the beautiful surrounds of Rainbow Beach, hike through nearby rainforests, swim in freshwater lakes, marvel at the famous Coloured Sands, toboggan the spectacular Carlo Sandblow, swim lazily in the crystal clear waters of patrolled swimming and surf beaches only 5 minutes walk from your room. Drive along the pristine surf beach to Double Island Point, climb the lighthouse and discover the Cherry Venture shipwreck.
Let us book you on a worry free tour of Fraser Island or Coloured Sands travelling in comfortable, air-conditioned 4WD coaches. Meals are provided and your expert driver will take you safely to some of the most beautiful places you will ever see. Don't forget your camera and take plenty of film.
Just contact reception to book.
Fraser Island is just a barge trip away across smooth water. Bring your own four wheel drive or hire a late model vehicle from Rainbow Beach.
Explore the rainforests and crystal clear creek waters of Wanggoolba Creek at Central Station and wonder at rare Angiopteris ferns, ancient survivors from the dinosaur age.
Swim in the deep, crystal clear freshwater of Lake McKenzie or just sit on the white...white sand and do absolutely nothing.
There's so much to do around Rainbow Beach you'll need more than one holiday to do everything.
When you're booking why not stay an extra day or two?