Lagoons 1770 Resort and Spa offers 4.5 star luxury studios, 1 & 2 bedroom self contained apartments resort accommodation located in the southern Great Barrier Reef destination of Seventeen Seventy.
Lagoons 1770 Resort and Spa provides a secluded beach resort experience resort experience with a comfortable, quiet and relaxing atmosphere - relaxed, modern, casual and unique.
Featuring 112 exquisitely furnished Executive Studio Rooms, One Bedroom Apartments and Two Bedroom dual key apartments. Lagoons 1770 Resort and Spa is a complete full service resort. The Executive Studio Rooms feature your own private balcony Spa Bath/ Jacuzzi; while the Pool View Rooms overlook the tropically landscaped island and lagoon pool and also feature your own private balcony Spa Bath/ Jacuzzi. The Courtyard Rooms feature their own privately fenced courtyard and have a private patio Spa Bath/ Jacuzzi. The Premium Rooms are our swim out rooms that feature direct access into the lagoon pool from your own sun deck. All rooms are beautifully furnished, fully self-contained with kitchen and laundry facilities, air conditioned and have FREE WIFI, an iPod dock, flat-screen TV and FREE Foxtel TV.
The Plantation Bar and Restaurant at Lagoons 1770 Resort and Spa maxmises its location on the Southern Great Barrier Reef, perfect for the production of the freshest fruit and vegetables, by using locally sourced seafood and grass fed meats wherever possible to bring you an innovative, modern Australian dining experience overlooking the lagoon pool. Multi award winning Chef Ross Howell develops menus which are product driven and handcrafted. Only the freshest seasonal produce of the highest quality is used within Plantation Bar & Restaurant.
Relax and unwind with Anjea Day Spa’s signature luxurious treatments. Guests can choose from a selection of massage, facial, Vichy and specialty treatments. Using the highest quality products, let our experienced staff pamper you to escape the stresses of daily life and restore your natural energy. Couples packages are also available.
Enjoy a swim in the lagoon style swimming pool with island bar and poolside dining. Further guest facilities and services include a childrens pool and play area, tropically landscaped gardens, FREE WIFI, FREE undercover basement car parking, express check-in/check-out, tour desk, luggage storage, ATM/cash machine on site, concierge service, gift shop on site, facilities for disabled guests, lift/elevator, non-smoking rooms, apartments and throughout, designated smoking area, interconnected rooms available, room service and cot hire. Children under 5 years STAY FREE OF CHARGE when using existing beds.
Business facilities include FREE WIFI in all rooms apartments and throughout the resort, a business centre, faxing facilities, photocopying services and conference/ meeting/banquet facilities - the perfect venue for wedding receptions, business meetings, destination conferences & parties.
Lagoons 1770 Resort & Spa just a 3 minute drive from the local airport and a 4 minute drive from the centre of Agnes Water. It is a 9 minute drive from Joseph Banks Conservation Park.
Located on the magical, sun drenched stretch of sub-tropical surf coastline north of Fraser Island and south of the Whitsundays, the Southern Great Barrier Reef boasts Queensland’s most northern surf beach and world-class reef breaks.
Seventeen Seventy is a picturesque seaside village featuring clear waters which can be swum and surfed in all year round, jellyfish free. Local attractions include exploring national parks, golf, surf lessons, kayak tours, day-charter offshore fishing and taking a ride on the LARCs to Bustard Head Lighthouse.
Whether exploring the coastal treasures, offshore islands and reefs or the mountainous hinterland, Seventeen Seventy makes a delightful base from which to enjoy the magical beauty of the region. The World Heritage-listed Southern Great Barrier Reef and her inviting coral cays lie to the east, while to the west, the wilderness of Eurimbula National Park clambers up the mountain ranges that rise above the coastal plain. North and south, national park bushland tumbles down past the dunes and into the sea.