Coast Resort offers Merimbula's premier luxury holiday accommodation.
These stunning beachside and lakeside apartments and townhouses are available for long and short-term holiday letting and are positioned on a dual waterfront site situated between Merimbula Beach and Lake, with level access to the town directly the opposite the beach, only 30 seconds walk across the park.
Swim year round in Coast Resort's two heated swimming pools or enjoy other onsite facilities including a full sized rebound ace tennis court.
Coast Resort is located in the heart of NSW's South Coast and is close to the best that the pristine Sapphire Coast has to offer.
Resort facilities include two bedroom apartments and three bedroom townhouses. Air conditioning, parking for 2 cars, TV/Austar & DVD players.
3 BRM Townhouse Poolside
3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom Luxury poolside townhouse style apartment (2 levels, internal stairs) featuring sunny terrace/balcony. 2 x Queen, and 2 x King Singles, Fully equiped kitchen & laundry.
Luxury 2 bedroom apartments in new holiday resort. Safe surf beach opposite. Gas heated Resort Pool, Heated Wet Edge Cascading Lap Pool & Tennis Court. Rates are for 4 people. Queen bed and 2 King Singles
Check In Time: 1500hrs Check Out Time: 0930hrs After Hours : After Hours:
Resident Property Manager
Telephone 02-64954930 Reception Hours : Reception Hours:
8.30am to 5.00pm
Car Parking : Secure onsite undercover parking provided.
Access to the parking is via Elizabeth Street.
On arrival reception will provide guests with a
remote control to gain entry to their designated
car space(s). The remote control provided will only open the roller door to the car parking area for the designated car space(s).
Getting There : Regional Express Airlines (REX) flies directly from Sydney and Melbourne to Merimbula more than five times each day.
The drive from Sydney via the Hume Highway (inland route) takes approximately five to five and a half hours. This route enjoys dual freeway from Sydney to Canberra and then wide, quiet, high-quality highway from Canberra to Merimbula via Cooma and Bega. The drive is also very scenic passing through snowgums, temperate rainforest and thick eucalyptus forest.
An alternate route is via the Princes Highway (coastal route), which takes approximately six hours and is approximately 450 kilometres. This drive is better if you intend on taking many stops and exploring all the coastal towns and villages between Sydney and Merimbula.
From Melbourne the drive to Merimbula takes approximately six to seven hours.
Merimbula has a lagoon, a lake and ocean beaches surrounded by white sand and unspoilt bushland, offering a vast array of activities.
Main Beach at Merimbula offers five kilometres from which to surf, fish or just stroll, plus there are numerous other beaches with different aspects. Indeed, the annual Mambo Surf Challenge is held at Merimbula and attracts competitors from around the country and abroad.
Merimbula is also a very popular fishing destination and provides for a diverse range of other activities such as tennis, golf, bowling, boating, swimming, canoeing, surfing, bushwalking, wind surfing and exploring.
Merimbula is a wildlife lover’s paradise, providing a haven for myriad native animals.
Whale watching is a major event in Merimbula from September to November each year, offering visitors the rare opportunity to see these magnificent creatures in the wild. Seals, penguins and dolphins also frequent the waters around Merimbula.
Each year on the June long weekend the Merimbula Jazz Festival, which has been running for over 20 years, attracts over 100 jazz bands.
Fresh local produce gives local restaurants a distinct flavour, with local seafood being a specialty in the Merimbula eateries. In particular, the region’s oysters are considered to be some of Australia’s finest.
Merimbula also has a wide range of cosmopolitan cafés and restaurants that line the esplanade. The town centre incorporates a huge range of retailers from large national supermarket and retail chains to boutiques and specialty stores.