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Gemini Resort, Caloundra

With absolute beachfront location and adjacent stretches of parklands and gardens the resort is a favourite for families with children of all ages as well as for couples looking for a place in the sun from which to totally relax and unwind.

Gemini Resort offers all the comforts for a pleasant and memorable holiday. Four star units ranging in size from one bedroom for two, up to a family unit for six, are all spacious and tastefully furnished inclusive of a fully equipped kitchen, dishwasher and microwave, linen, laundry, phone and television.

One luxury that keeps guests coming back is the magnificent ocean view, a standard feature of every unit. From private balconies, the panoramic north-easterly view overlooks the stunning sapphire and emerald hues of Pumicestone Passage with Bribie Island as a backdrop.

For guests wishing to try their hand at water sports the resort provides kayak hire, with catamaran and sailboard hire 500 metres away. Other recreational activities and facilities offered include free barbecues, enormous heated outdoor pool with waterslide, two spas and a sauna, beach volleyball, cricket, tennis court, games room, free in-house movies and cable television, bicycle hire and therapeutic massage. For golf fanatics, Caloundra Golf Course and the Greg Norman designed Pelican Waters courses are just around the corner.

‘Sally’s Food and Drink ‘ offers poolside dining and a cocktail bar and evening menu. It is the ideal place to kick back and relax and look out over the pool to the beach.

Quite simply, Gemini Resort gives all the ingredients for a fantastic beachside holiday without costing the earth. There is something for everyone and the overwhelming atmosphere is one of total relaxation.

Accommodation Options

One Bedroom

Two Bedroom

Family Unit


Popular Activities

  • Cycling
  • Kayaking
  • Swimming
  • Beach

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