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Nautilus Noosa, Noosaville

Nautilus Noosa prides itself on being a clean, friendly high quality three and a half star family complex. They are situated approximately three minutes walk from a convenience store and a 15 minute walk from Hastings Street, 50 metres from the river and a short walk to Gympie Terrace, which is Noosa’s river water activities area.

All the units are fully self contained (serviced weekly) and have a fully equipped kitchen including crockery, cutlery, full cooking facilities and a microwave. All linen and towels are provided and most units have stereos and videos, some are air-conditioned and all have hair dryers. All are two bedrooms, one queen size bed in main bedroom and the second bedroom has two singles or with some there is a double and a single, some with lofts, which is a separate room that older children love to sleep in. They have a shared bathroom between the two bedrooms with a spacious living and dining area with attached kitchens. All units have their own laundry (Townhouses also have a second toilet in laundry).

The amenities are many for you to enjoy such as a full size competition tennis court, you can either bring your own racquets and balls or hire them in the office at a minimal charge. There is also a very nice barbecue area, with two barbecues and settings, also a heated pool and spa with enough lounge chairs to suit all needs.

Nautilus Noosa believe their complex is very good value for money. Most of their units have now been refurbished, with new beds, floor coverings and window furnishings and new lounge and dining suites. All units have their own outside courtyard with settings to enjoy and soak up the sun or moonlight rays.

Accommodation Options

Villa Two Bedroom

Townhouse Two Bedroom

Villa Three Bedroom

Townhouse Three Bedroom


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  • Kayaking
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