Bella Casa Noosa
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... look around Tweed Heads before heading out to "Stuart's Private Oasis" (about 8km from Tweed Heads. Stuart purchased the 5 acre property about 6 years ago. He has a section of the property now cleared for "family and friends" and charges $20- per night. On Sunday nights Stuart does a big cookup and everyone sits around the campfire having ...
When we got to noosa the weather was ***** and pouring down with rain so hulled about in the hostel until we got a little but hungry. Seeing the 40 year old stoner munching down a pie we decided I brave the rain get soaked for a decent steak pie. Totally worth it though. We wake up early to beautiful sun and not storms like everyone said and get on the bright yellow bus to the ZOO!! Craig going on like a kid at Xmas so happy. Straight in ...
... the terrace enjoying our food and a beer in the sunshine! After an hour or so of taking in everything Gympie Terrace had to offer we made our way back to William St. and jumped on the bus again this time heading to Hastings St. The traffic was pretty manic as we neared our destination, cars were crawling in and out of the area. We eventually hopped off the bus at the Noosa Heads station and took the little walk ...
... together and 2 girls travelling together. The hostel doesn't let you have any alcohol in the hostel to get you to buy from their bar. But at $6 a pint, we didn't fancy that. So with the English people in our room we decided to buy some wine and drink in the park and on the beach which everyone seemed to be doing. It was a lot of fun and nice to get out for an evening without having to get up so early.
... I think they were a couple, really athletic looking they told me they go for runs every morning, and really friendly. Another guy came in late at night, I only saw him briefly.
After settling in I went down to the reception and asked for a map of town and checked on the board for things to do and get familiar with the hostel. There were a lot of tours, including a voucher I had for Gagaju bush camp canoeing thing, but I’d have to pay extra fees and I ...