Alex Seaside Resort

Address: 146 Alexandra Parade, Alexandra Headland, Queensland, 4572, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 146 Alexandra Parade, Alexandra Headland, is near Underwater World and HMAS Brisbane.
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    Travel Blogs from Alexandra Headland

    It's been weeks since my last confession

    A travel blog entry by melissafischer on Feb 17, 2015


    ... of our stay, getting inches away from them many times.

    Luke enjoyed himself to the fullest. Lounging in clear water while fish swam around him giving his toes the occasional nibble. He loved all the staff girls most of all, who in return loved him. They were quick to offer to babysit so we ladies could all dive together. He has mastered the technique of wrapping his arms around their legs then looks up at them with the cheekiest ...

    A holiday on holiday

    A travel blog entry by becsandbrett on Jan 11, 2015

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    ... s macadamia nuts & passion fruit; having a tour of the plot with Jeff; a boys archery game & a chill on the swing for Ollie & I. Very pleasant & relaxing indeed! Next stop was the Beerwah Hotel for a tasty Thai beef salad lunch & a pot of lager, before arriving at our final destination, The Mirage apartments, Alexandra Heads... Where amazingly the sun was shining! Lots of cloud, but sun - hurrah! Spent ...

    From lake argyle to perigean beach

    A travel blog entry by emmery on Oct 29, 2014

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    ... for rocks and found fossils that were a hundred million years old. On one of their properties, Telamon, they found a huge ichthyosaurs which is now in Brisbane museum. Ninian showed us old pictures of the distant Irish relatives, Henry and James Stuart in the 1870 's on the properties, the work force was massive and they would shear huge numbers of sheep. How different things are now with just cattle, a couple of people running a property and ...

    A tour of Noosa

    A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... tropical marine fish that Chris had to get onto a plane leaving for Hong Kong tonight. They had to be put into individual plastic bags with adequate sea-water, dosed with oxygen, then into poly-styrene shipping crates ready for the 220km round trip to Brisbane International Airport. They will wake up in Hong Kong in the morning! What a way to travel. Paul also helped them and it was quite a production line, with ...

    Canoe Tour around the Everglades

    A travel blog entry by edddadams on Apr 18, 2014

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    ... to gobble down how slices of bread. Back on the tour boat floated back down stream to meet up with the other group who were now on canoes. Arrived at the original island, walked around Fig Tree point, a walkway through the eucalyptus forest. Huge Mosquitos returned with vengeance. All covered in bites we got back on the boat and returned to Noosa Heads. Strolled along Noosa beach, waatched the sunset by the mouth of the river. Walked ...