Waters Edge Apartments Redcliffe – This apartment features an indoor pool and fitness center. This Murrells Inlet apartment also offers a grocery store, a cash machine, and an elevator (lift).
This Murrells Bay condo is next to a golf course, a 1-minute walk from Garden City Beach and a 14-minute walk from Garden City Pier. This golf condo is 10 miles from the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and 11 miles from the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel Beach.
Waters Edge Apartments Redcliffe
Feel comfortable in this apartment with private pool. The kitchen allows you to easily prepare meals.
Waters Edge Macleay Island, Aus
Apartment accommodations come with private pools. At this 3.5-star apartment, accommodations include kitchens with separate dining areas.
If you have specific accessibility needs, please contact the hotel using the information on the booking confirmation received after booking.
A cash, credit or debit card deposit may be required upon check-in for any additional charges and government issued photo ID.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in. Special requests are not guaranteed and additional charges may apply.
Waters Edge On Spinnaker, Sandstone Point
This hotel accepts credit or debit cards, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, Diners Club and JCB International. Cash is not accepted. For the safety of our guests, the hotel is equipped with carbon monoxide detectors and smoke detectors in each hotel.
1206 Waters Edge 1 Bedroom By 1206 Waters Edge Resort 1 Bedroom Condo 1206 Waters Edge Resort 1 Bedroom Condo by Redawning Condo It’s easy to get to know the area’s sacred and commercial attractions. The unique combination of natural beauty and pleasant, mild winters means that Moreton Bay has been an insider’s secret for many years. But when the Hornibrook Highway was built in 1935, distant and romantic Margate was soon discovered. The 2.74km motorway spans the mouth of the Pine River and Hay’s Inlet connecting Redcliffe to Brisbane and is Australia’s longest road bridge. By 1969, more than 20,000 cars were using the bridge every day, and a second bridge was built in 1974. In 2010, a third crossing opened and was named Ted Smout Bridge in honour of Queensland’s longest-serving World War I excavator Ted Smout, who lived in the area and died in 2004 at the age of 106.
Driving around Margate today, it’s easy to see how the past helped create this charming town. Traditional architecture is complemented by quaint beach huts and new developments such as the desirable Bathers Beachside, set on a quiet white sand beach where kids can play in safety while adults can relax and enjoy their hard-earned holiday, change the way you live at sea or retire.
.You sit on your east-facing balcony and watch the first rays of the morning sun fall on the calm waters of Moreton Bay. The fresh sea air fills your lungs and the taste of salt is on your lips. You can decide to swim or walk along the 2km boardwalk that stretches the length of the beach in front of you. New neighbors will greet you kindly as you pass by. Maybe stop for a chat at one of the purpose-built viewing sheds or lounge areas. No one is in a hurry at this time of day.
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When you ask for retail therapy, you’re only a few short blocks away from Margate’s CBD. Although it offers a relaxing holiday feel all year round, your new city has all the amenities associated with city living. The busy shopping precinct of Margate Village is home to many well-known retail and commercial businesses, including Woolworths, Terry White Chemist, most major banks, the post office and a select gym. Along Margate Parade and Oxley Avenue there are many restaurants and waterfront shops, as well as two highly regarded medical centres within walking distance from your front door. If you choose to travel by car, then drive north a few minutes to Redcliffe’s trendy cafes and fine dining restaurants for cosmopolitan cuisine.
Whatever your favorite pastime, Margate has you covered. For golfers, there is the Redcliffe Golf Course nearby. For Sailors Humpybong Yacht Club, Newport Marina and Scarborough Marina. For walkers and families, you can enjoy all the fun of two beautiful cottages on either end of your own beach. To the north is the family-friendly Sutton Beach Recreation Area, Redcliffe’s only patrolled swimming beach. Sutton Beach has large grassy areas with shade trees, picnic facilities, shelters, barbecues and rides, and is adorned with impressive 150-year-old Norfolk palms. To the south, you can explore Woody Point. There you can stroll along the 240m long pier, built in 1888 and rebuilt in 2008. Read the information display when you get off the pier and have dinner. After all, you live in a fisherman’s paradise.
On a warm day, head to Redcliffe’s famous Settlement Cove. This picturesque, fully furnished man-made lagoon is the perfect place to while away the day, bring guests or play like a kid and pretend to be on Islands of Adventure!
But when you’re relaxing in your own paradise, nothing beats the peace at the end of the day. Sit back and watch the waves glisten in the last rays of the sun as a sailboat glides by and a pod of dolphins skim in the wake.
Woodcliffe Crescent, Woody Point Qld 4019
Consisting of just 24 large apartments located directly across the water in a prime Margate location – Bathers Beachside is designed for those who only the best can.
The exclusive luxury 3 bedroom apartment is positioned to take advantage of its unrivalled waterfront location. Each residence has perfect oriental views and is designed to capture the morning sun and cool sea breeze throughout the day. With uninterrupted sea views and large balconies overlooking stunning Moreton Bay, these sophisticated apartments offer an unrivaled level of design in the bay.
Ideally located on a picturesque coastal strip, Margate is known for its 2km of sparkling white sand, the longest uninterrupted beach on the Redcliffe Peninsula.
Brisbane is just 37km from the Bruce Highway and has regular bus services for commuters. For frequent flyers and business travellers, Brisbane Airport is just a 20-minute drive from your front door. The Sunshine Coast and all its attractions are a 1 hour 10 minute drive north.
Waters Edge, Woody Point Qld
But of course, when you live in Margate, it’s tempting to never leave. Everything you want is at your doorstep. With Redcliffe and Scarborough to the north and Woody Point to the south, residents have no idea what to do or where to choose. Nearby attractions include Suttons Beach and Redcliffe’s central business districts, as well as museums, botanical gardens, exhibition grounds and more. Or maybe you’ll choose to go whale watching on the stunning Moreton Island, or pack your tent for a weekend. For water sports enthusiasts, there is no better place to stay. Kayaking, sailing and windsurfing are popular local activities, and if paddling in the sea is your favorite pastime, look no further.
When choosing a place to live, it is reassuring to know that you are making a good investment. Redcliffe Peninsula is seen as a bright spot for investors and homebuyers in the southeast Queensland property market, with property values increasing by a staggering 19.2 per cent over the past 12 months. Combined with the area’s excellent infrastructure and a local council that actively supports the community, the area is an attractive investment. Where else can the discerning buyer get seaside luxury, all the benefits of city living, and the allure of a laid-back resort?
But where you live isn’t just brick and mortar, it’s people. Margate has a reputation for hospitality and family friendliness. In the 2011 census, Margate recorded a population of 7,008, with 52% women and 48% men, with a median age of 42, five years above the national median age of 37.
No matter who you are or where you come from, you’ll be integrated into this friendly seaside town, rich in seaside charm, close to everything you want and need, and enjoying a lifestyle that many can only dream of.
Redvue Luxury Apartments
The merchants at Purple have created quality, multiple uses, with an emphasis on urban renewal. All projects are developed in consultation with the local community and proudly demonstrate the company’s commitment to the environment.
Sustainable living is key as the development has convenient amenities such as schools, leisure facilities and retail.
Recent projects include projects such as ‘Waves’ Marine Parade, Redcliffe, ‘Anglesey’ Bunton Street, Scarborough and ‘Elements’ Corrimal Street, Wollongong.
Angelo Di Martino is the sole principal of ADM Architects and a registered architect with the Architects Registration Board of NSW (number 7608). He completed a degree in Architecture with distinction