Hibiscus Lodge

5 Kurrajong Close, Wongaling Beach, Mission Beach, Queensland, 4852, Australia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 5 Kurrajong Close, Wongaling Beach, is near Mission Beach, Calypso Adventures, Quick Cat Cruises, and Spa of Peace & Plenty.
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    Travel Blogs from Wongaling Beach

    We're going Bananas!

    A travel blog entry by court-n-keiran on Aug 05, 2014

    3 comments, 2 photos

    ... we wouldn't have lasted that long. The battery ran flat after about 2 days so we ran the generator a couple of times to top it up. After we set up at the van park we headed to Harvey Norman to spend our $1500 in vouchers we had from our credit card. We bought a flash SLR camera for Myself and a camera each for Mikki and Jack and a little cheap printer as we have had to keep going and getting things printed and it was adding up. The kids had a quick swim in ...

    Return to Cassowary Rainforests

    A travel blog entry by janconley on Aug 04, 2014

    17 photos

    ... Bagasse is used as fuel for the boiler plant, which provides steam to power the entire factory including their electricity generating turbines. This Green Power is sold to the grid for around five million dollars annually, approximately two cents per kilowatt. The sugar is trucked to a bulk sugar terminal at Mourilyan Harbour and is exported overseas.

    The Djiru National Park has a walk called The Dreaming Trail. The 3.2 kilometre trail ...


    A travel blog entry by mandibec87 on Jul 19, 2014

    10 photos

    ... in the water but wasn't really sure what it was. There was a few tarpans caught but thrown back. After getting snapped off I was hooked I was being a bit greedy and should of let Adam down a lot sooner because not long after I had swapped him places he had caught his first ever Barramundi. The smile on his face was priceless, he said it was a great fight but only himself and Chris witnessed it. Once I saw the fish I knew that's what I had seen on my line earlier. ...

    Mission Beach

    A travel blog entry by craiga on Apr 25, 2014

    ... were closed today for Anzac Day, a walk along to the servo and managed to get a sandwich and pie but looks like a packet of noodles the rest of the day. We had a rake in the free food box (a box everyone leaves food they don't want when they leave we have made many meals out of these boxes over the past 7 months) but there was only butter and milk. It was a very wet day in Mission too so we spent our first day watching films in the TV room and had a few games of cards. Headed ...

    Life in Cardwell

    A travel blog entry by mdunbar91 on Mar 30, 2014

    51 photos

    ... Today one of the guys at work found a dead Coastal Taipan on the road - second most venomous snake in the world! There's lots of birds (particularly noisy cockatoos) amongst some other strange beasts. No crocs yet! Lots of mosquitos too. Everyday is different which is nice, although the ridiculously sweaty conditions can become tiresome. I'm almost certain I will stick it out for the full 3 months though, get my second year visa and save up some money in ...