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Magic Mountain Resort, Gold Coast

Enchanting views, lavish touch and a magical resort. Mediterranean in style and situated high above Nobby Beach overlooking the Gold Coast. Magic Mountain Resort offers a unique range of superbly appointed four and a half star two and three bedroom apartments and penthouse suites.

The Resort is set amongst extensive lush tropical gardens. A cascading waterfall runs the length of the resort – from the Infinity Pool edge, past the heated rock pool, to the sandy beaches of the Lagoon Pool.

Facilities include three pools, two spas, gymnasium, Games room, Sauna and barbecue area. Full Tour desk facilities are available. Items for hire, boogie boards, beach towels, bucket and spade. Kiosk and Internet access at reception.

Accommodation Options

Two Bedroom Hinterland View

Three Bedroom Hinterland View Villa

Three Bedroom Ocean View Apartment


Popular Activities

  • Swimming
  • Beach

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