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

10 DAYS TO GO!

A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on May 20, 2015

4 comments, 2 photos

... we cycle with them occasionally) and Mick & Kate (Greg has ridden with them on a few occasions). Cycling is just so much more fun when it's shared with like-minded people. Greg doesn't think it's far from the truth when he says we are all cycling tragics. We will fly into Frankfurt, do a spin around SE Germany then fly out of Frankfurt six week later. Follow us if you like reading about a bunch of friends cycling through some of the prettiest and interesting regions in ...

Indian Head

A travel blog entry by steveclark on May 10, 2015

... in the hostel had said to keep well away from them yet they seemed harmless and we all followed snapping away with photos. The sun was coming down, but we had opted to see another lake. The drive there was a tough one. Some of the girls hadn't driven yet and wanted a go. Can you imagine not driving in a while, possibly never driven a manual gearbox and sitting on the other side of the car to drive, then driving off road for the first time. Our idiot guide ...

Fraser Island - an oasis away from an oasis

A travel blog entry by cnudo on Mar 18, 2015

6 photos

... Rainbow, and whatever else nonsense we came up with) led us through the wild terrain of what would be the next 3 days of our lives; it was rough, bumpy, and sometimes, super sketchy. Our first stop was Lake Birrabeen, a fresh water lake, with the whitest sand I've ever seen, and large sand dunes surrounding. There was a large learning curve for this journey, because whenever we stopped - we never knew what was going to happen. The volleyball got its first use on the trip, and ...

"I make that 85 mozzie bites"

A travel blog entry by thailandtrip01 on Mar 08, 2015

... even when I put my foot on it I can’t feel anything?!!” Luckily the bodged flag canopy helped slightly, and when we say slightly, we mean very slightly. With the cool box filled to the brim with ice we found not only can ice keep the beer cold, it does a good job at chilling us out when we stick our heads in at night. It was still pretty unbearable but as we hadn’t slept the night before it seemed a little easier tonight.
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Day 2: Fraser Island

A travel blog entry by jhnewadventures on Feb 10, 2015

... through from the sea to make the island...up to you which one you believe!!

After the shipwreck we went to champagne falls. I had imagined a rock formation with lots of little pools and a jacuzzi in the middle. How wrong I was!! It did have lots of rocks but the sea was wavy and crashing against the rocks and into little rock pools. We sat in the biggest pool and kept getting the wave over us! Sadly the pools didn't taste of champers! Spent ...