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Eco Village Mission Beach, Mission Beach

Mission Beach Eco Village provides 11 individual self contained bungalows and six deluxe spa units. Situated in unique tropical surroundings around a natural formed rock pool, 20 metres from the north end of the 14 kilometres of palm fringed sand, which is Mission Beach. The tastefully decorated rooms are designed to capture the cooling tropical breeze – all have televisions, air conditioning and fans. In the Longhouse Licensed Restaurant they offer a relaxed family atmosphere with a tropical beachfront setting.

Mission Beach is a pleasant two hour drive south of Cairns” data-wpil-keyword-link=”linked”>Cairns, past the highest mountain in Queensland, and two and a half hours north of Townsville. It is situated in World Heritage Rainforest with well marked walking tracks into the home of that rare bird – the Cassowary.

The Great Barrier Reef is only a short distance from our shores where you can enjoy the pristine reef at Beaver Cay. Dunk Island is located just offshore from Mission Beach.

Your holiday can be as relaxing or as adventurous as you wish, with activities such as white water rafting and skydiving only a short distance away.

The owners remain personally involved and would like to share with you their little piece of paradise.

Accommodation Options

Family Bungalow

Deluxe Spa Bungalow

Double Deluxe


Popular Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Beach

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