The Best Streets In Mission Beach To Stay

This year, Australia is well and truly leaving COVID-19 in the past, opening back up again and allowing us to travel. It means we’re reunited with our family, our friends from interstate and our deep love of exploring new places. And that means you can be united (or reunited) with the jewel of Far North Queensland – Mission Beach!

Mission Beach is one of Australia’s favourite holiday destinations. The white, sandy beaches, warm ocean water, fabulous weather and, of course, the cassowaries are all calling your name.

In this post, the experts at Tropical Property go into detail about where to stay when visiting Mission Beach and why.

Basically anywhere!

Mission Beach is a small place, and everywhere is within walking distance to the beach, so any street in town is going to live up to your expectations. However, it also depends on whether you prefer a quiet, cosy neighbourhood, or the action in the heart of town. Here are some of the best spots for staying in Mission Beach, and why we love them:

  • Porter Promenade
    Porter Promenade is Mission Beach’s ‘bustling’ main street. Here, you’ll find hip cafes, lively bistros and clothing boutiques, along with a grocery store and gift shops. The beach is just a two-minute stroll away.

  • Conch Street
    Tucked away in a super quiet yet convenient spot, Conch Street is one of Mission Beach’s best spots. A long, straight road that leads directly to the beach, Conch Street even features a section which curves around and faces the ocean, which is where the street’s prime real estate is located. On Conch Street, you’re always between one- and ten-minutes’ walk from the beach.

  • Campbell Street
    Got a weakness for ocean views? Who doesn’t! Campbell Street is the best place to stay in Mission Beach for a breathtaking view of the ocean and the famous Dunk Island. Campbell Street is also super convenient, being adjacent to the Porter Promenade.

  • Sandpiper Close
    This gorgeous, green, leafy street is in a newer part of Mission Beach and tucked away from the hustle and bustle of the main street – however, it’s still just a three-minute drive from shops and restaurants. The best part about Casuarina Crescent is that it has access to the beach through a rainforest track, which only takes about 15 minutes until you emerge from the forest onto a white sandy beach.

Like we said, any part of Mission Beach is a good part – our tropical paradise will wow you, wherever you stay! To find the best deals and locations for accommodation in Mission Beach, come talk to the experts at Tropical Property. They’re locals here and have been the region’s #1 team for buying, selling and renting property since 2010. Get in touch with Tropical Property and prepare for the holiday of a lifetime in Mission Beach.