About Belles on Ballow
Located seaside at Amity Point with an uninterrupted vista out to Moreton Bay, Belles on Ballow is Amity’s own holiday resort set over one and half acres of lush landscaped tropical gardens complete with four holiday bungalows (each sleeping between 2 and 7 guests and two pet friendly options), and the main lodge (sleeping up to 11 guests), sparkling inground pool, private jetty and communal waterfront Cabana bar area fronting the water.
Each of the boutique holiday bungalows, which have each been freshly refurbished, are now available for holiday rental from $1665 per week including linen, booking fee and one return barge transfer.
Belles on Ballow is centrally located in the heart of the popular Amity seaside village (33 Ballow Street, Amity Point) and within walking distance to Toompany Beach, Sealevel 21 Restaurant, Amity General Store, public transport, Amity jetty, boat ramp and 4WD access to Flinders Beach.
Straddie (North Stradbroke Island) is a sub-tropical island, located 30 kilometres southeast of Brisbane, Queensland and is the world’s second largest sand island, about 38 kilometres long and 11 kilometres wide.
Group bookings are welcome. Belles on Ballow is the perfect waterfront destination for group bookings whether social, corporate or party.
Belles on Ballow is available for functions and weddings and the waterfront can be utilised to create the most romantic sunset vista imaginable with space for a large wedding gazebo, food and cocktail vans and entertainment.
Facts About Belles on Ballow and Amity Point
Coastal dolphins are some of the most vulnerable marine species in the world yet the waters of Amity Point, which Belles on Ballow fronts onto is home to an extensive dolphin population that can be seen swimming and frolicking in the water.
It is believed a Wobbegong shark family – a harmless shark species – reside in the rocks directly out the front Belles on Ballow.
Two species of dolphins rely on habitat in protected Amity Point waters for hunting, resting and raising young; the Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops aduncus) and Australian humpback dolphin (Sousa sahulensis).
Koalas are also resident at Belles on Ballow and regularly spotted walking through the grounds of the resort
The Aboriginal word for Amity Point is “Pulan”