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LAZY DAYS: Relax by the pool and enjoy the surrounds.
LAZY DAYS: Relax by the pool and enjoy the surrounds. CONTRIBUTED

LINGER longer in the tranquil surrounds of BreakFree Rainbow Shores at Rainbow Beach on this fabulous deal where three nights come for the price of two.

For example, holidaymakers who book three nights in a one-bedroom apartment from $140* a night or in a two-bedroom from $180* a night will pay for two nights until March 31.

Just a short drive from the Sunshine Coast and set in secluded bushland between Rainbow Beach and World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, BreakFree Rainbow Shores offers the perfect base for a beach getaway with a range of quality accommodation options.

Baden Apartments has traditional one, two or three-bedroom apartment-style accommodation while the multi-storey Surfside Villas contain one to four bedrooms and the resort's new Bluewater Lodges.

All are self-contained and include full kitchen and laundry facilities and are set in more than five acres of sub-tropical gardens and just footsteps from a 26km surf beach.

Take an early morning swim at the beach for the perfect start to the day, enjoy a round of golf on the resort's nine-hole par-three golf course, absorb the natural beauty of the surrounding bushland on one of the many national park walks, and enjoy evenings of great food at the onsite Pavilion Restaurant and Bar.

Guests can also take advantage of the resort's on-site leisure facilities including a lagoon pool and heated spa, tennis court, barbecue facilities, children's playground and more.

The resort is also perfectly positioned to experience the many natural wonders close by such as Fraser Island, dolphin feeding at Tin Can Bay and four-wheel driving at Great Sandy National Park.

Phone 132 007 or visit BreakFree.

Subject to availability. Valid until March 31, 2012. Minimum three-night stay applies.

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