Choose from Three Options
- $99 for a one-night stay (up to $240 value)
- $189 for a two-night stay (up to $410 value)
- $279 for a three-night stay (up to $580 value)
Included in all options:
- Queen Executive Suite for two people
- One drink each on arrival (beer, wine, basic spirits)
- Daily buffet breakfast
- Late 12pm checkout
The Hotel: Coral Cay Resort Motor Inn
Make your way to the heart of Mackay to stay at the Coral Cay Resort. Be within easy reach of the area’s major sporting facilities, shops, train station and airport, while remaining far enough away to relax and enter into a holiday frame of mind. Start your stay with a beer, wine, or glass of spirits on arrival to get you in vacation mode on arrival.
Sit by the pool to soak up the warm Queensland sun, or jump into the crystalline water to cool down. Explore Mackay’s cafés and restaurants when hunger strikes, opt to stay in and enjoy dinner at the resort’s à la carte restaurant, or cook up a storm with the BBQ facilities. Tell yourself it’s five o’clock somewhere when you hit up the resort bar for a refreshing cocktail or glass of wine.
Queen Executive Suite
- Bed size/type: Queen bed
- Standard occupancy: Two people
- Maximum occupancy: Three people
- This room features tea and coffee-making facilities, toasters, bar fridge, and some suites feature a balcony
- Checkout: 12pm
- Adding occupants above standard: $35 per night or $50 per night with breakfast
The Area: Mackay, QLD
Mackay’s relaxed atmosphere, enticing tropical climate and stunning natural beauty sees visitors from far and wide flock to this vibrant city year-round. From heritage towns and quaint cafés to rugged coastline, unspoiled national parks and more, Mackay is a place where nature comes to life for the benefit of locals and visitors alike.
Mackay’s secluded and unspoiled beaches are undoubtedly the jewels in this destination’s crown. These pristine hideaways are a generous reward for those who seek to find them. Venture north to find Ball Bay and Smalleys Beach on the Hibiscus Coast, along with the rugged Cape Hillsborough National Park where the water meets the Great Barrier Reef and wallabies lounge on the sand like sun-seeking tourists.
Along with its plentiful natural attractions, Mackay has plenty to offer the adventurous. Anglers can test their skills at some of the country’s best beach fishing spots, while thrill-seekers can take advantage of activities like snorkelling safaris, rainforest scuba diving, wakeboarding and much more.