Waterfront living; Tropical life


On the Water

Life’s a beach when you’re a stone’s throw from the world-renowned Coral Sea, and at Half Moon Bay, enjoying everything that the water has to offer couldn’t be easier.

The site offers access to both the 200-berth Half Moon Bay Marina and 108-berth Bluewater Marina at Trinity Park.

Direct access to the ocean also makes it a breeze to enjoy sailing, power boats, jet skis, kite surfing, paddle boarding and kayaking.

Fishing spots are plentiful with immediate access to Moon River. Alternatively, only a few minutes by boat is the mouth of Thomatis Creek which feeds into the mighty Barron River.

Kite surfing

A Natural Lifestyle

Life in the tropics moves at a different, more relaxed pace; a pace that lets you slow down and enjoy its natural drawcards to the full. So, whether you’re simply strolling down the grand promenade and around its many Chinese-inspired lakes and boardwalks, paddling in the gently lapping waves on the beach or relaxing in the shade of a cabana by the pool, there are plenty of places to feel at one with yourself and with nature.

And with a waterfront jetty providing direct access to the stunning world-heritage listed Great Barrier Reef, you’re just moments away from a whole other world of natural beauty.

Dog walking


Next to Half Moon Bay sits one of the region’s premier gold courses; Half Moon Bay Golf Course. This celebrated 18-hole, par 70 golf course is perched on the edge of the Coral Sea with a stunning tropical backdrop of lush rainforest.

The club also offers fantastic dining, events and social opportunities for residents and visitors alike.