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Bargara Hotel & Accommodation

Bargara and Coral Coast region of Queensland rests on the spectacular coastline of the Bundaberg, only a 4.5 hour drive from Brisbane. 3 hours north of Sunshine Coast and 3 hours south of Rockhampton, Bargara's beautiful beaches are easily accessible from some of Queensland's major tourist hubs.

Part of the magnificent Capricorn Coast, Bargara a peaceful and relaxed beach community which flaunts many of Queensland's best assets in spades - from beautiful beaches with golden sands to its esplanade brimming with colourful locals and scenic views.

Whether you're looking for beach resort comfort, a cosy serviced apartments or a motel close to the water, Bangara accommodation has something on offer for everyone. Perfectly situated at the beginning of the Great Barrier Reef, Bargara is an ideal base town for exploring the world's largest coral reef and all the world-class diving and snorkelling opportunities it offers.

Nielson's Park Beach is one of the best spots for water sports, with 500m long beach fringed by basalt rock flats and a surf life saving club patrolled by lifeguards during peak periods. Stroll along the Coral Coastline or take a short drive to picturesque Elliott Heads, Coral Cove International Resort and relax in Innes Park.

Nearby Bundaberg sits with the Southern Great Barrier Reef glistening in the distance. Famous Mon Repos turtle rookery is just north of Bargara, a wall in the reserve dating back to the early days of settlement constructed using Kanaka labour and rocks brought from the nearby sugarcane fields.

With an 18 hole golf courses along the Coral Coast, Bargara is one of the premier golf destinations in Queensland. The Bargara Bowls and Sports Club is another popular spot, whether you're playing on the covered greens on enjoying a meal in the cafe and bistro which overlooks exquisite beach scenery.

Book yourself some Bargara accommodation and stay in one of the Capricorn Coast's most relaxed locales, only a stones throw away from some of Australia's most spectacular natural wonders.