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Above are the weather conditions for Agnes Water. In the next 6 months, January will have higher average temperatures. No heat wave is expected in July, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 14° low.
Experience the Great Barrier Reef with an Agnes Water holiday letting
Agnes Water represents the ideal combination of sun, sea and sand. Situated at the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, it is an area of breathtaking beauty. It is also a short distance away (just 6km) from Town 1770 named after the date when Captain Cook first landed in Queensland.
Food for Adventure
Whether you just want to grab some supplies and go or sit down and refuel for the fun-filled day ahead, Agnes Water has a variety of culinary options for every taste. From welcoming cafes to romantic restaurants offering local cuisine, you will always look forward to your next meal in Agnes Water. Best of all, most are just a short walk away so you won’t need to go far to savour delicious food.
The Plantation Bar and Restaurant is a popular destination and prides itself in delivering fresh seafood and grass-fed meat. The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch or dinner and is the perfect place to enjoy a serving of the fish of the day or to tuck into a full breakfast. The restaurant also features picturesque views of the lagoon.
1770 Marina Cafe is also worth a visit during your stay. Opening bright and early at 6.30 am and closing its doors at 5.30, it is an ideal place to visit if you are on one of the many tours in the area. Situated 7.9km from Agnes Bay, some of its specialities include pan fried sweet chilli calamari and Turkish bread. Follow it up with a delicious apple strudel or their renowned vanilla slice.
For those with a keen interest in the arts or history, Agnes Bay offers museums and galleries that let you tap into the more cultured aspect of the area. Spend a quiet day meandering around the town and soak up the knowledge and heritage it has to offer.
If you love being creative and appreciate art, then take a trip to the Kent Barton Art Gallery. Located 2.4km outside the town, view the works of the award-winning artist who lives in the property. Hosting an outdoor gallery, you can even meet the artist himself and get some tips and tricks of the trade.
On a rainy day why not visit the Agnes Water Museum? Sat in the town centre, the museum features a wealth of exhibits including fossils, memorabilia and displays on maritime history. Open most days and with a very reasonable entrance fee, the museum is sure to take up a fascinating two hours of the afternoon.
Fun For Everyone
Agnes Bay is an ideal holiday destination for families as it has activities and locations for all ages. It will be hard to keep the children inside, even if you wanted to. Alongside surfing lessons and guided tours, the area also offers plenty of fun learning experiences. You won’t need to go far to keep them entertained.
Horizons Kangaroo Sanctuary is wonderful day trip where you can get up and close with one of Australia’s most recognized animals. Just 3.3km outside of Agnes Bay, this sanctuary looks after orphaned baby kangaroos (known as joeys). Get within touching distance of these cute animals with the Kangaroo Experience.
A trip to Agnes Water wouldn’t be complete without seeing the Great Barrier Reef. 1770 Reef offers a once in a lifetime experience, taking you on a boat trip around the reefs and islands including Lady Musgrave Island. Keep your eyes peeled for dolphins and whales as these are often spotted along the way.
Get Out and About
Agnes Water has plenty of things to do for everyone so no matter how long or short your stay, there won’t be a dull moment. For lovers of nature, walks and the sea, there is guaranteed to be something that takes your fancy. If not, just head a little further out where more adventure awaits.
The 1770 Distillery is a great day out and located very centrally. Run by a friendly local couple who are keen to share the secrets of the trade with their visitors, the distillery brews liquors infused with only the tastiest herbs and fruit. Learn something new as they take you through the process.
Nature-lovers will love strolling along the 400m long Paperbark Forest Walk, situated a walkable distance of 3km from the town’s centre. As you make your way around the reserve, keep an eye out for the native wildlife, from butterflies through to impressive looking fungi.
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