Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Agnes Water, Seventeen Seventy a Great Escape

Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Agnes Water, Seventeen Seventy a Great Escape

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THERE are many places Bundy Bob loves to escape to about the region, but when he wants a quick trip away to a slice of paradise, he heads straight for Agnes Water and Seventeen Seventy.

This rapidly growing holiday destination offers a range of facilities, including the most northerly surf beach in Queensland.

There are some of the region's most stunning homes, while accommodation ranges from basic camping and backpackers, through to stylish self-contained cabins, apartments and luxury B&Bs offering million-dollar sea views.

The area's superb weather, welcoming hospitality, and C[pounds sterling]get-away-from-it-allC[yen] ambience make it the perfect holiday location.

The district's history and connection to Cook's landing is showcased at the town's museum.

Agnes Water beach is a magic spot and little-known gems like nearby Workman's beach, set amid towering cliffs, offer a secluded escape.

Just 5km north, positioned on the estuary of Round Hill Creek is one of Queensland's most beautiful coastal locations Co Seventeen Seventy Co so named after the visit of James Cook and the crew of the Endeavour in May 1770. …

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