A successful unplanned trip to the relaxed twin towns of Agnes Water and 1770 used to be a breeze. There would be an array of tour and accomodation options ready and waiting for you on arrival. But the secret is out … now this remote location with wide open spaces, fresh sea air, brimming in natural highlights, is a highly sought after holiday destination
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Located at the Southern end of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, our two coastal towns of Agnes Water & 1770 are a perfect holiday destination to satisfy the whole family.
Agnes Water & 1770 offers pristine beaches, unique activities, and abundant wildlife all within a proud, diverse community.
Image – Blueys Photography via Facebook LET’S CAMP! Agnes Water and 1770 is surrounded on all sides by magnificent National Parks. To the North we have Eurimbula National Park and to the south you will find Deepwater National Park. Here’s what you need to know about camping in these beautiful locations. GET A PERMIT Before
Kookaburra Drive By A giant laughing Kookaburra flew into Agnes Water and 1770 in the weekend, with the aim of spreading joy, happiness and sharing a message about unity. The Kookaburra is a close to heart project of Dr. Farvardin Daliri OAM, who spent his free time during the lock down period to masterfully create this
How far is 1770 from Agnes Water? It’s hard to get a straight answer and it depends on who you ask… Some will say ‘it’s the same place’, some will say ‘it’s completely different’, others will say ‘a hop skip and a jump’ and the rest ‘a stones throw’. But how far exactly
We hope you are planning your next visit to Agnes Water and the Town of 1770. To make sure you don’t miss a thing here is our ‘Hot Spots & Top Shots’ picture guide. Containing a countdown of our top 15 local landmarks and experiences that are all 100% Instagram gold. #15 – The
Has your tv reception been interrupted lately? Well it might have something to do with the swarming of butterflies taking over the skies right now. Ok probably not, but there’s no way you can miss the hoards of winged beauties littering our skies. The large rain event earlier this year was the trigger for the