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Sunshine Beach apartment voted best value holiday home

A SUNSHINE Beach apartment has been named Best Value Property in Stayz 2016 Holiday Rental Awards.

Australia's leading holiday rental website features more than 40,000 holiday homes of which the Sunshine Beach Garden Retreat took the cake.

The architecturally renovated one bedroom apartment is the perfect couple's retreat.

It has two separate deck areas set in a private garden overlooking a local park.

Guests can enjoy breakfast amongst the bird and fall asleep to the sounds of the surf.

And it costs under $200 per night for most of the year.

To check it out visit: https://www.stayz.com.au/accommodation/qld/sunshine-coast/sunshine-beach/100761.

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