Captain Cook Holiday Village

I had the pleasure of visiting the Captain Cook Holiday Village today. The resort is situated in a great spot in 1770 close to the accessible boardwalk and waterfront.

Overview

As you will see from the photos and videos Captain Cook Resort have made a very impressive effort to make the facilities as accessible as possible. They include two shower blocks with accessible toilet and showers. The restaurant has a ramp that allows access to the shaded restaurant area. In addition to this they have a accessible cabin which has a gentle ramp leading to a verandah situated at the front of the cabin. Inside the cabin has ample space to manoeuvre a chair and the toilet shower area is extremely spacious and designed to be fully accessible. The main room consists of a double and single bed. In the living area there are also kitchen facilities. The resort has a fantastic pool for cooling off in. Access to the pool can be facilitated with use of the supplied lift that comes with all Wheelie Camper Vans.

The resort is managed by Krista and Corey who have great empathy for accessibility, having a family member in a chair. Very rarely have I spoken to a business management team who are so understanding and committed to accessibility. Full credit guys. Rates for non school holiday periods are $115 per night for a cabin and $40 per night for a powered site for two people and $8 per extra child or adult. (Ample space to park a Wheelie Camper in) The local surf shop has a beach chair that can be hired.

1770 is one of the most beautiful places in Queensland and is only five minutes drive to the town of Agnes Water. Alongside breathtaking views and beaches the area produces some of the finest fresh fruit and vegetables. When eating out this makes the dishes far more tasty. If you haven’t been before we highly recommend a visit to what will probably become your favourite destinations in Queensland.

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