Located on the magical, sun-drenched stretch of sub-tropical surf coastline north of Fraser Island and south of the Whitsunday’s, 1770 – Agnes Water can be accessed by road, rail and air.
1770/Agnes Water is the birthplace of Queensland a truly historical town.
See where Captain Cook landed for the first time in Queensland. Enjoy the unspoilt beauty of 1770 which has changed little in 200 years. 1770 adjoining Agnes Water offer the last most northern 5km surf beach.
The towns of 1770 and Agnes Water offer the discerning traveller a piece of paradise.
The long, golden sand beaches are an ideal place to while away holiday moments, enjoying the natural beauty that surrounds this majestic location.
Magnificent estuaries, rocky headlands, pristine estuaries, magnificent ocean views, coastal rainforests, National and Marine parks encircle Seventeen Seventy and Agnes Water providing endless places to explore. It is the closest point of access to the Southern Great Barrier Reef.
Dramatic sunsets set the scene and are best watched while enjoying refreshments at one of the local restaurants or watch the sunset from the deck on the return journey to the marina.