Cheap Broadwater Family Accommodation

Champelli Palms offers spacious, cheap Broadwater family accommodation beside the fabulous Gold Coast Broadwater, and within arms reach of the Gold Coast theme parks (Dreamworld, Sea World, Wet ‘n’ Wild, Movie World) and destination shopping like the brand direct discount shopping to be had at Harbourtown Shopping Centre, Pacific Fair or Robina Town Centre.

Our Gold Coast Broadwater apartments are clean, modern and spacious with plenty of room for the family to stretch and relax. The kitchens and laundries are fully equipped, and ready for whatever your family can throw at them.

Our delightful barbeque area, and the twenty one metre pool set in our lush tropical garden, wraps around the apartment building. During the winter, the pool is heated to a heavenly 30 degrees… and is large enough for the kids to play, while grownups can comfortably occupy the other side of the pool.

Gold Coast Broadwater

Across the road is a fantastic children’s playground, a fabulous place for the kids to run around. The superb three kilometre stretch of the Gold Coast Broadwater Parklands contains walking and cycling tracks that are very popular amongst locals. If you’re awake at the crack of dawn, you’ll see the early morning starters pounding the paths..

Midway along the park is Rockpools, an exciting, water adventureland. The water play area is designed with cool water fountains, swings, giant lizards, bike track, flying fox and jumping pillows. It’s a wonderful feature of the Broadwater Parklands that brings parents and kids from all over the Gold Coast for endless hours of fun. For the grownups, Cafe Rockpool is a significant drawcard. Situated overlooking the beautiful Broadwater and Main Lawn, the Cafe Rockpool has a delicious seasonal menu, with the choice of enjoying at the cafe, or taking away for a picnic in the park.

A trip away with the family to this cheap Broadwater family accommodation will make the kids very happy, and leave your wallet intact (maybe) for your return holiday to the Gold Coast. Let’s face it, once is never enough.