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Riviera Resort, Hervey Bay

Riviera Resort is the ideal accommodation choice when staying in delightful Hervey Bay. Hervey Bay is a natural playground with fishing, whale watching, diving and bushwalking attracting many visitors to the region. Situated just 20 metres from the beach and only a short distance from shops and restaurants, this resort is the perfect escape.

Each apartment has been designed with comfort and convenience in mind. With self-contained kitchen and laundry facilities, you’ll have the freedom of all the amenities you need for a great stay.

Enjoy one of the plethora of activities and attractions which are based in and around Hervey Bay. Or for those in pursuit of something less strenuous there is the pool, sauna and spa.

Riviera Resort is ideal for families and couples who want a delightful holiday on the Fraser Coast.

Accommodation Options

One Bedroom

Two Bedroom

Three Bedroom

Two Bedroom Deluxe


Popular Activities

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