Marcoola Beach Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Concierge desk
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... 28th August Heavy rain yesterday afternoon and overnight meant our van leaked. It was the same place Jayco 'fixed' which is the ensuite window and it runs down the wall and across the floor. Not enough to flood the whole van but enough to leave a very large puddle in the ensuite if not continually mopped up. A wet but late pack up as we headed half an hour down the road to Maroochydore. After setting up we headed for our reconnaissance drive and to check out the ...
... is very good, made the cheese scones for the visitors on Friday, a hit…3 ingredients ,SR flour, Cheese, and yoghurt…Simple..! Enjoying all the fruit, and making a few different things, as you do on holiday… This is a still good place to come, easy to access, and plenty to do. We hope Family can enjoy this at some stage…We will be back in NZ on the 13th August…so lots to enjoy yet… Love from us, Faye and Sam. ...
Jen had planned for today to be an early Mother's Day because the kids are not normally around on the actual day. The kids chipped in and bought Viv some earrings and rang her. We went to the Noosa markets, then Kin Kin cafe for lunch. We had an amazing visit to a sculptural gallery where we met the sculptor who gave us a personalized tour of his work, unbelievable - Steve Wies. Golden syrup dumplings for tea. Well done ...
... The one freaky thing, though, has been Christmas. It's 30C but the shops are full of carols, holly, Xmas trees, laughing santas and BOGOF roast dinner deals. We were privileged to witness the turning on of the Noosa Christmas lights, a lovely tree on a roundabout near the beach bedecked in fairy lights and big colourful globe lights. Santa arrived on a quad bike with a bevvie of leggy lovelies ...
... for $25. All around the park they had animals with guides which you could hold or touch anyway for free! The whole day was really interactive with the animals, which I guess is exactly what Steve Irwin wanted.
We saw a crocodile show and really enjoyed stroking the kangaroo's. You could feed them and get really close. I even took a selfie! My favourites from the zoo though were the wombats and red pandas, they were adorable. All ...