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Delfinos Bay Resort, Hervey Bay

When you stroll across the Esplanade onto the long, sweeping bay beaches you will find a quiet, friendly place – unique in their own world. Families play on the beach; children say ‘hello’. The She-Oaks sigh in the afternoon. The calm Coral Sea waters wash the warm sand. You will find peace here.

Situated on the Esplanade opposite safe Torquay Beach, the relaxed atmosphere of Delfinos makes this the ideal place to stay for your friendly bay side holiday.

Delfinos offers spacious, self contained, air conditioned one, two and three bedroom apartments with balconies as well as motel accommodation.

Tour bookings can be arranged at no extra cost to Fraser Island, Lady Elliot Island or Kingfisher Bay; whale watching; fishing; joy flights and four wheel driving.

Accommodation Options

  • Motel Room
  • One Bedroom Apartment
  • Two Bedroom Apartment
  • Three Bedroom Apartment

Popular Activities

  • Golfing
  • Sightseeing
  • Swimming

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