Urangan Motor Inn

Address: 573 Esplanade, Hervey Bay, Queensland, 4655 , Australia | Hostel
 
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This hostel, located on 573 Esplanade, Hervey Bay, is near Fraser Explorer Tours, Hervey Bay Historical Village & Museum, and Black Forest Hill Cuckoo Clock Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Hervey Bay

Fun on Fraser Island and Happy Birthday, Michelle!

A travel blog entry by fongfotos on Dec 22, 2014

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... 160;  Next stop from there was the actual travel to Fraser Island...which consisted of a ferry ride and then on to the beach!! (Literally...DRIVING the Warrior ON THE BEACH) The views are fantastic...Imagine riding around in a bus with panoramic windows along both side of you and there's just nothing but ocean to look at! It was gorgeous! After driving down the beach for a bit, we got off the bus for morning tea and that initial view ...

4x4 by Four

A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Dec 04, 2014

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... shipped to reconstruct London docks following WW2 bombing damage. José threw a big stick, he may of even roared. The crystal clear water of the creek was the birthplace of the Butchulla and off limits to men. Male babies would be whisked away back to the village while baby girls could stay with their mothers at the creek to recuperate - A hydro birth before hydro births were vogue. King ferns grow on the bank, they predate the dinosaurs, trees and most ancient ...

Fraser Island adventure!

A travel blog entry by lcowdril on Nov 23, 2014

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... the crowds ! As the ride was only slowly coming in, the pools were pretty low , but that didn't mean that they were any less interesting! As we stood in them, we saw an array of tropical fish including Dory from Finding Nemo. Still no Nemo, but we were a step closer! This plus some tropical looking crabs, a huge sea snail, zebra fish galore, it was amazing. After a while of wandering, looking and taking pictures , out bellies were calling and so we decided to head back to the ...

Day 63. 4x4 take off

A travel blog entry by davidmilnes81 on Oct 30, 2014

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... It just looked like a nice friendly dog. I don't know that many dog breeds so I will describe it as a skinny Labrador with short light brown fur. Last stop of the day was Eli Creek, site of the morning dip. We walked up a raised timber decked path until we got to steps into the water and a sign telling us not to go further upstream to protect water quality. We jumped in the fresh water, Craig told us it was a constant 16 degrees. It felt warm enough with the heat of the ...

Untouched Beauty - Fraser Island

A travel blog entry by mistrytravels on Oct 27, 2014

5 comments, 18 photos

... Once all the visitors had a chance to feed the dolphins, we departed and boarded a barge which took us to Fraser Island - it was only a short 15 minute ride, just enough time to absorb the fantastic views. Upon arrival, our tour guide shifted the bus into 4wd mode and we were off along the beautiful (but bumpy) beach coastline.

There are numerous things to see on the island and this was why we decided on the 2-day tour as opposed to the 1-day, ...