Trinity Beach, QLD: 3-to 7-Night Apartment Stay with Wine and Late Check-Out at the 4* Blue Lagoon Resort
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The Hotel: Blue Lagoon Resort

Set a short stroll from the beach, with balconies overlooking a large, lagoon-shaped outdoor pool against the backdrop of the pristine rainforest-clad hills, Blue Lagoon Resort offers a home away from home in Queensland. The resort boasts a number of leisure amenities, such as a tennis court, gym and 3 swimming pools.

Guests can kick back in airy, air-conditioned quarters with floor-to-ceiling windows, balconies, fully-equipped kitchens, flat-screen TVs and bathrooms with free toiletries.

Room Details

Studio Apartment

  • Bed size/type: Extra-large double bed
  • Standard occupancy: 2 people
  • Maximum occupancy: 2 people
  • Air conditioning, fully-equipped kitchen, private bathroom, living area with satellite TV

One-Bedroom Apartment

  • Bed size/type: Double bed
  • Standard occupancy: 2 people
  • Maximum occupancy: 2 people
  • Air conditioning, fully-equipped kitchen, private bathroom, living area with satellite TV, bedroom area

Two-Bedroom Apartment

  • Bed size/type: Double bed
  • Standard occupancy: 4 people
  • Maximum occupancy: 4 people
  • Air conditioning, fully-equipped kitchen, private bathroom, living area with satellite TV, bedroom area

The Area: Cairns, QLD

Cairns is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city nestled between the sea life of the Great Barrier Reef and the rolling downs of the Atherton Tablelands. As the gateway to the wet tropics, the city buzzes with a lively mix of travellers, from backpackers to luxury-seekers keen to soak up the sun. As night falls, the wide streets come alive with bars, galleries and seafood restaurants enticing diners by the waterside.

Snorkel, dive or simply recline on a glass-bottomed boat to admire the breathtaking wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. Take a luxurious day trip to Port Douglas, an hour’s drive north, to dine on succulent seafood and shop in fashion boutiques. Walk among the towering ancient trees and lush greenery of the World Heritage Daintree rainforest, keeping an eye out for brilliantly-coloured butterflies and rare tropical birds; or marvel at enormous prehistoric reptiles in one of the region’s crocodile parks.

Closer to home, take a stroll down the Esplanade to find countless dining options and interesting shops. By night the same stretch comes alive with the Night Markets, where clothes, trinkets and Australian keepsakes are all up for grabs. Spend days simply soaking up the tropical sun on the beach, splashing about in the water when the heat gets too much.