Sitting on 300m of unobstructed waterfrontage, Sandstone Point Holiday Resort and Hotel are a pinnacle of Moreton Bay’s flourishing tourism, sport and events industry.
worth of developments in the region
Team of 500+ staff across all businesses
Australia’s No.1 BIG4 Holiday Park
Record investments into the $18 million construction of Sandstone Point Holiday Resort has earned the landmark destination recognition as Australia’s leading BIG4 Holiday Park for occupancy levels, regularly reaching full capacity.
Building on this success, the adjacent hotel has been awarded Queensland’s Hotel of the Year and Best Entertainment Venue, and Australia’s Best Hotel, with upgrades to facilities ensuring the venue stays revitalised.
Australia’s Best Hotel
Queensland’s Hotel of the Year
Queensland’s Best Entertainment Venue
“We currently have about $150 million worth of developments in the Moreton Bay Region. It’s a great time now to invest, it’s a growing region. We’ve got some really untapped markets that are continuing to grow.” - Rob Comiskey, Comiskey Group Director
The holiday resort is a popular vacation destination where guests can choose from almost 300 accommodation options, including villas, glamping tents and camping sites.
Next door, the hotel is one of Australia’s most successful entertainment venues with the most tickets sold in Australia during 2020, regularly attracting crowds of up to 20,000 people.
Every year hundreds of thousands of patrons visit and stay, many relishing in a plethora of national and international acts, such as The Beach Boys, Bryan Adams and many more.
Why Moreton Bay is the only choice for tourism, sport or major events businesses that want more.
With such diverse natural attractions, a year-round calendar of events and world-class entertainment facilities, visitors stay longer, spend more and find more in Moreton Bay. We have more of everything you need here.
Moreton Bay is one of the best untapped tourism destinations in the world. It attracts more visitors than the Great Barrier Reef and features 360 islands – nearly five times as many as the world-famous Whitsundays.