Honeyeater Homestay

Address: 53 Reid Road, Wongaling Beach, Mission Beach, Queensland, 4852, Australia | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 53 Reid Road, 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

Paronella park

A travel blog entry by normwendy on Aug 03, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... through. ( see photo) It went onto be Queenslands number one attraction. We found a free camp at the Mena hotel on there lovely green lawn, which is also owned by Paronella park, and is free as long as you have a meal at the pub. We ended up having lunch and dinner. What a fabulous day at paronella ...

Day 31. - 1st August

A travel blog entry by sueandmacca on Aug 01, 2015

14 photos

... We were lucky enough to have the owner commentate so we found the narrative extremely interesting. Poor Brian nearly had his left arm yanked of many times as I wouldn't let go of his hand. There was lots of uneven bits & steps and creepy things all around us, so he wasn't leaving my side. They have done a tremendous job with lighting, all from the hydro electricity. Unfortunately the photos didn't come out so good at night. They have ...

Cairns to Paronella Park

A travel blog entry by franandallan on Jul 27, 2015

11 photos

... have electricity as he harness to power from the waterfall that was on his property.Back at the van Allan had a sleep I tried to catch up on my blog. After dinner we went on the night tour of the park at 8pm that was spectacular. The waterfall was lit up just beautiful also a few of the building remains and the fountains all lit up. A wonderful spot a must see if ever in the top of ...

Old Sugar and Banana Town

A travel blog entry by bobnant on Jul 03, 2015

3 photos

... of how much wind and tide the weather brings on to the coast here. We note that a lot of homes are right on the water and reckon if the rocks are ever washed away the houses will go with them. While doing our little drive we also see wallabies eating the front lawns of several of the beach houses, they certainly look at home and don’t mind us being near. Head back to camp with a stop ...

Hot and steamy

A travel blog entry by cbrnomads on Jun 17, 2015

12 photos

... up the road. This is a very popular free camp and when we got there (about 1pm) it was already full - so we had to camp on the outskirts of the park - probably the best spot as we had a table, chairs, grassed area and direct access to the creek. We had a beautiful BBQ dinner in our own private little area.

The 'Bushy Parker Park' campsite has been dedicated to Vincent 'Bushy' Parker who emigrated to Townsville with his family. With ...