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Rydges Oasis Resort Caloundra, Caloundra

Located just one hours’ drive north of Brisbane at Caloundra – the southern gateway to Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, Rydges Oasis Resort is set amongst ten acres of tropical landscaped palm gardens and waterlily filled lagoons.

The original concept of international Rugby League star, Norm Provan, Rydges Oasis Resort Caloundra was built in three stages. This four star resort offering 194 rooms ranging from self contained apartments to hotel suites, caters for the independent travellers such as couples, honeymooners and families, coach tour groups as well as corporate clients.

The two and three bedroom self-contained apartments are a ‘home away from home’ and ideal for independent travellers, especially the family market. Each apartment features a kitchen, laundry (washer, dryer, ironing facilities), dining and lounge room, courtyard/balcony, ceiling fans, air conditioning, carport/garage, and bathroom. Bedding configurations in the rooms include one queen, two singles and two single bunk beds in three bedroom apartments.

The Hotel Spa rooms are a superior grade of accommodation with each room featuring a spacious modern decor, two queen beds, air-conditioning, data link telephones, double spas and hairdryers.

In true resort style, Rydges Oasis Resort Caloundra offers many different activities and facilities. Be energised with a game of tennis on the day/night all weather tennis court; practice on the nine hole putting green or just relax by the swimming pool and heated spa.

Rydges Oasis Resort Caloundra – ideal for sun-seeking honeymooners and couples, relaxing family holidays, business conferences and incentives.

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  • Two Bedroom Villa

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