BIG4 Forest Glen Holiday Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBIG4 Forest Glen Holiday Resort Buderim
Park is quiet despite nearby highway, powered sites really need an upgrade to cope with todays larger caravans. Amenities are very good and the camp kitchen is excellent. Park is close to many attractions and pricing is reasonable. Good tourist info at reception and tour bookings/tickets available at discounted prices. we have been here before and will return again in the future.
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7.30 ringede vækkeuret. Det var godt nok svært at vågne. Alle vores kroppe var i totalt søvnunderskud. Men vi havde besluttet os for at tage i Steve Irwins Australien Zoo, som ligger ca. 100 km nord for Brisbane ved Landborough. Puha, det gik langsomt med at blive færdige, men endelig lykkedes det at komme af sted fra campingpladsen.Australien Zoo …
Today we visited Australia Zoo and timed our arrival just as the gates opened as planned. Now I've always been a bit skeptical of Steve Irwin and to tell the truth, I wasn't exactly sure whether I would like the Zoo or not. Lets just say that within 3 minutes after arrival I was totally blown away and the day just kept getting better and better. We …
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