slowly in the luxurious king size bed, listening to
the honeyeaters and lorikeets singing excitedly in the
early morning freshness. Listen to the sound of
the waves crashing onto the white sand.
Open your eyes oh, so slowly, looking
out upon the protected greenery of the Great Sandy National
Park towards Seewah Hill. Roll over and look through
your bedrooms' glass wall to see how the surf and sea
look this morning. See the pink/golden glow of
the sunrise, dawn sunlight shimmering on the water,
and either choose to sleep in or spring out of bed and
head to the beach!
Be the first person to step onto the 30 mile long Teewah
Beach in the morning. Often be the only person
to be on the beach! Throw a line in the water,
stroll, or for the more energetic, run north along the
beach with the ocean and the sound of waves on your
right, the national parks' coloured sand dunes covered
with vegetation and birds singing in the trees to your
left. Magic! To walk for an hour at sunrise
and see no other people, and to be surrounded by the
beauty and tranquility of the natural world, is a rare
pleasure indeed. You will laugh out loud with
joy at how far away you feel, yet Noosa is only 10 km
Choose a beach break to surf - it's
yours, and 30 miles of beach breaks to choose from.
Choose a patch of beach to fish, relax and enjoy!
Finally arrive back at Serendipity after a swim in the
sea (or indeed, find the energy to get out of bed),
grab some juice or a coffee, and head upstairs to the
roof deck. Sit and enjoy the serenity, stare at
the ever changing ocean, from Noosa in the south to
Double Island Point in the north, 30 km away.
The sea is only 30 metres away, your cares a million
miles. Ponder going to Noosa for a surf, or a
protected swim, or a coffee, or head north to beautiful
Rainbow Beach (paradise on earth), or go nowhere and
really enjoy the peace. You will have nobody bothering
you all day, all week! Read that book and unwind
or get active and work the muscles. Indulge that
creative passion you never get a chance to focus on.
Be free, and enjoy life.
After a long day of doing nothing,
or everything, relax again on the roof deck and watch
the sunset, the changing tapestry of colours over the
To watch the moon rise out of the ocean at dusk (near
full moon) is a simply glorious pleasure, and moonlit
walks on the beach are magnificent and exhilarating
- no traffic, no town lights, no people, and with the
white sand and white surf it is so luminous, so peaceful,
so romantic, so special ...
The ideal time to visit Serendipity is around the full
moon, away from weekends, out of school holiday times.
Teewah Beach will be almost yours alone to enjoy ...
... at any other
time it is still simply fantastic!
Teewah Beach House holiday accommodation.