Are you planning a getaway for the whole family for the holidays? If you’re looking for a place where you’ll find amazing weather, beautiful scenery, and comfortable accommodation, Deepwater is the place to be, and Broadwater Haven is the place to stay. Here are just a few of the many reasons to stay in Deepwater, QLD for the summer holidays.
No Holiday Crowds
Baffle Creek and Deepwater don’t attract the huge tourist crowds that other parts of Queensland get around this time of year. Instead, you can enjoy a quiet, relaxing vacation with the ones you love without all the jostling!
Deepwater National Park
If you love the outdoors, you’ll love Deepwater. In the stunning Deepwater National Park, you’ll find pristine sandy beaches, diverse vegetation and incredible birdlife. You can also camp here, though many visitors prefer the accommodation at Broadwater Haven, as the campsites at Deepwater National Park don’t have electricity or much else in the way of amenities.
Baffle Creek is one of the last undisturbed freshwater streams along the coast of Australia. The Baffle Creek Catchment Area is made up of a number of national parks, state forests, and conservation areas with beautifully clean water. Baffle Creek is also home to numerous species of fish and other aquatic life, and the conservation areas around it are home to subtropical forests, littoral rainforests, and dry rainforests. If you’re looking for outdoor adventures, quiet getaways, and education, all wrapped up in a single fun, family-friendly package, you’ll find it in Baffle Creek.
Bundaberg is Just an Hour Away
When you choose accommodation in Deepwater at Broadwater Haven, you’re just an hour’s from Bundaberg, where you can enjoy a range of cafes and restaurants, shopping, and other Bundaberg attractions like the Hinkler Hall of Aviation and the Botanic Gardens.
Nesting Sea Turtles
Sea turtle nesting season in Deepwater is from November through to March, so there’s a good chance that a night walk on the beach could result in sighting these majestic creatures making their way to or from their nests on the beach.