Melaluka Budget Accommodation

7 Selene Street , Noosa, Queensland, 4567, Australia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 7 Selene Street , Noosa, is near Hastings Street, Noosa, Noosa Farmers Market, Cooloola Safaris, and Noosa Oceanrider.
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    Travel Blogs from Noosa

    Bangalow and Beyond

    A travel blog entry by george_youssef on May 26, 2014

    10 photos

    ... of facilities and amenities - and the result is stunning. I could spent the rest of my life there having coffee in the morning at the main street, and soaking up the natural beauty and the temperate, bright climate. Because these places are a bit far from major cities and airport access, they become the best kept secrets, beating by a mile the excessively popular places like Byron Bay and the Gold Digger's Coast, with its inward looking shopping malls and ...

    "Do you have the keys?"

    A travel blog entry by nloon on May 15, 2014

    13 photos

    ... way South to Brisbane. Nice views from the top and it doesn't take too long, only about 40 minutes return. We said we would park up and hit the beach for a refreshing dip and a sambo when we got down. The swim part went well except then I went and locked the keys into the boot of the car while in the middle of getting changed afterwards! Bloody thing relocked itself after a few minutes as I didn't physically open the door as well! So there I was in my short ...

    Campfires, Goon, Pikeys, Spiders, Canoes and Goon

    A travel blog entry by ginanao on Apr 08, 2014

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... Would have preferred a lovely kangaroo or a koala but can’t have everything can you!

    The best part of the camp by far though was when we and all the people we met made a joint effort to collect firewood and we actually got a really good campfire started every night! It was the most social and fun part of the camp, it was really cute when the guitars were brought out and the boys got to jam together for the first time in almost a ...

    Determined to get some action

    A travel blog entry by jackie.a0910 on Jan 27, 2014

    ... Kerry can start his physiotherapy and OT , I will need to be here with him to do things he can't do for himself.
    Kerry will not be able to drive for 6 months so he is totally reliant on me to do this. He is in constant pain, from the back and arm injuries, it’s very debilitating, and for someone who was so active , it’s so depressing, as he’s not one to sit around usually.
    I have had to pay trades people to go ...

    Dicky Beach to Teewah Beach, via Noosa

    A travel blog entry by cyclist123 on Nov 03, 2013

    13 photos

    ... dismayed. They clarified themselves - twelve twenty at night they meant! It's actually a barge ferry, that takes people across as they arrive, for the price of one dollar. This brightened my spirits to no end - I was imagining that I'd missed the ferry and would have to stop here, or head inland, due to my lack of planning. As if that wasn't enough, the ranger gave me first rate information on where to find water in the Great Sandy National Park, where I could camp and how ...