Stradbroke Island now boasts boutique seaside holiday bungalows at Amity Point with the launch of the waterfront Belles on Ballow resort for holiday accommodation, events and weddings.

Located seaside at Amity Point with an uninterrupted vista out to Moreton Bay, Belles on Ballow is set over one and half acres of lush landscaped tropical gardens complete with four holiday bungalows (each sleeping up to five guests and one pet friendly option), soon-to-be released holiday house (sleeping up to eight guests), sparkling in-ground pool, private jetty and
communal waterfront Cabana bar area fronting the water.

Each of the boutique holiday bungalows, which have each been freshly refurbished, are available for holiday rental including linen, booking fee and one return barge transfer. Karen Garrett from Straddie Sales and Rentals who now manage the holiday rental bookings for Belles on Ballow expects the resort-style accommodation to become an extremely popular for holiday rentals
but also as an accommodation or events destination for larger groups, conferences/events and weddings.

“Straddie is a much-loved holiday destination where waterfront holiday properties are a scarce commodity and Belles on Ballow now offers the perfect island escapism opportunity to book a single bungalow or book out the entire property with multiple families or groups yet have the comfort of being spread out over private quarters,” Karen said. “At capacity, Belles on Ballow will be able to accommodate between 30 to 35 guests across the various bungalow and holiday home accommodation facilities,” she said.

“Straddie is also a very popular wedding destination yet finding a waterfront location where nuptials and reception can take place plus accommodate large groups of guests all in the one location doesn’t exist so Belles on Ballow will now be able to provide that opportunity. There is nothing more special than taking in an Amity sunset, seaside from the Belles on Ballow jetty
or Cabana bar perhaps with a sundowner in hand and watching the frolicking resident dolphins just metres away.”

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