Beach House Seaside Resort

Address: 52-58 Marine Parade, Coolangatta, Gold Coast, Queensland, 4225, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 52-58 Marine Parade, Coolangatta, is near Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Palm Cove Beach, Kirra Beach, and Superbee Honeyworld.
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    Travel Blogs from Coolangatta

    O'Reilly's Green Mountain, Lamington National Pa

    A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Mar 12, 2015

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    ... creeks and at the bottom of fast flowing waterfalls, over slippery trees that had fallen in our path, through mud that was like quicksand, through areas with small leeches that squeeze through your socks and along overgrown paths that were sometimes difficult to find and we went the wrong way over more difficult terrain. I loved the changes in the environment and the mist and darkness of the dense ...

    Cycle Tour

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jan 20, 2015

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    ... the rock provided a beautiful setting to start our day in. Jane says that she has seen people knocked off the rocks by the waves before! Back here, Ben assembled a delicious packed lunch and we set off on the bikes once again. Our first stop was Bilinga beach, where it became clear that sun lotion would be a necessity after all. The sun began to find a way through the clouds and the temperature quickly rose. Ben went for a dip in ...

    Final days in Australia

    A travel blog entry by dwrwhistler on Dec 09, 2014

    5 photos

    ... green bit of land which fringes the coast and is a few hundred km's wide and runs much of the east coast - essentially the most inhabitable part of the continent, before the outback begins. The family we were meeting live in a beautiful part of the state called Tamborine, in the rain forest. We went on a beautiful walk along a raised boardwalk (skywalk) through the canopy and along the (nearly dry) creek bed. Afterwards we went to the local tavern for ...

    In the van part 2, South Queensland

    A travel blog entry by kata.geoff on Nov 21, 2014

    38 photos

    ... on the beach. We set up our camp with the new tent we bought and then headed down to the water to have a look. We ended our night with playing some cards then went to bed. We woke up the next morning really upset about our tent because it only had one window the size of my hand, so let's just say it was a really hot night. I decided to wake up or more like just stand up since I hadn't slept all night and walk the 5 km to the nearest Kmart to return it ...

    Day 1 - Off to Vanuatu

    A travel blog entry by chris.cooper on Jul 17, 2014

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    Day 1. Well it's finally here the very exciting departure date and I am off to Vanuatu. I have been very busy getting everything sorted. Before starting to book for your holiday you must apply for a passport and have your photo taken and all your documents sorted. You can apply for a passport at any local post offices. An adult passport will cost around $244 and this is usually valid for 5 years.luckily no ...