Coolum Beach is a tranquil place away from the busy beaches of the Sunshine Coast. It has world-class golf courses and accommodation and a lively café and restaurant scene. Just south of the township, Mount Coolum which sits within Coolum National Park, dominates the landscape with its rugged escarpment.
The Angkasa is a retreat offering personalised attention. Pre-arrival requests are catered for limousine transfers, tours, in-house massage, golf and food and that service continues during your stay.
There are four luxury suites, all with luxury bedding, large televisions and home theatre, mini bars and impeccable yet understated luxury.
The Ocean Penthouse has ocean and rainforest views. Enjoy a bath treatment in a deep, freestanding spa while watching a movie, or snuggle into a luxurious king four-poster bed.
The large and private Rainforest Suite is nestled into the rainforest. It has tropical elegance and romance with a netted king bed area resembling five-star camping. Outdoor day beds and dining areas are surrounded by lush vegetation and a deep, sunken bath merges with an outdoor water feature.
The Tropical Suite is private and cosy, decorated with Asian antiques and giving rainforest views. A queen bed is draped in sheer curtains and there are Philippe Starke fittings throughout.
The Canopy Suite floats above lush rainforest. It has an outdoor daybed, rainhead shower area, sumptuous bed and widescreen home entertainment system.
Level one has a lounge area for relaxing and taking in views of tropical gardens and water features. Sun-lounges provide the perfect place to catch up on some reading or just absorbing the silence or take some time in the infinity edge spa's bubbles.
Level two has been set aside for dining and entertaining. The massive terrace has a flexible layout and can be used for almost anything.
You may choose to spend with a Feng Shui consultant who studied under a Malaysian grandmaster or indulge in private yoga treatments. Other activities include diving at the HMAS Brisbane wreck, parachuting onto the local beach, WWI tiger moth flights, hybrid motorised gliding and surfing lessons, or just walking along the beach taking in the wildlife and protected tropical rainforest.