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Longbeach Apartments Coffin Bay, Coffin Bay

Longbeach Apartments Coffin Bay have five immaculately maintained two bedroom self contained family units sleeping four or five. In each unit there are laundry facilities, colour television, reverse cycle air conditioning and you are only 100 metres from the beach and have views from the top units. There is a games room featuring an open fireplace, billiard table and dartboard, fridge and freezer and dining facilities for larger groups. Huge pergola for outdoor activities with large lawn area and outdoor wood fired barbecue as well as three portable gas barbecues for your convenience. There are fish cleaning and boat washing facilities, and linen is available for hire or just bring your own linen, pillows and sheets.

Accommodation Options


One double bed and three single beds.

Popular Activities

  • Fishing - Beach
  • Sightseeing
  • Beach
  • Fishing

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