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BreakFree Longbeach Resort, Gold Coast

BreakFree Longbeach Resort is situated in the heart of Surfers Paradise. Each unit has a private balcony with views to the ocean and some to the mountains also. The beach is directly across the road from the apartments.

These units are fully self contained and air conditioned. Recreational facilities are set amongst landscaped gardens.

The resort can arrange babysitting for your children, and cots and other facilities are available. Information and tour bookings are available from the tour desk at reception. The resort is close to all the action on the coast, from theme parks and shopping, to fishing, golf and hiking. Surfers Paradise has a large variety of restaurants, cafes, bars and nightclubs to visit, and many are within walking distance of the resort.

Accommodation Options

One Bedroom

Two Bedroom

Three Bedroom


Popular Activities

  • Swimming
  • Beach

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