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

      Bike Ride to Cooly

      A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jan 08, 2015

      27 photos

      ... long a couple of other people had come in too. As it transpired, the loneliest lifeguard in the world was also the worst. Although he had stuck by his patch when the waters were deserted, when there were people in the water who might need saving at any moment, he strolled off three or four hundred metres up the beach! Terns were gliding above the waters, and very close to the swimmers, in search of a fishy meal to dive at. Setting out southwards again, we targeted ...

      In the van part 2, South Queensland

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

      38 photos

      ... town of Noosa. We had heard tons of great thing about this town,but believe it or not it bypassed even the things they told us. The day we got there we spent the afternoon sitting out on the beach just enjoying the sun and the water. The next day we went to the national park and went for a long hike, on the hike we saw sea turtles, a family of dolphins and even a reef shark. We also stopped and swam at two of the secluded beaches inside the park. The ...

      Surfers and Byron Bay

      A travel blog entry by lboydon on Sep 02, 2014

      ... visited Bucks Farm - Buck is an organic fruit farmer who is a little bit bogan to say the least! Spent a good few days exploring the shops and the beach before moving on to Byron Bay. I arrived in Byron Bay on Saturday and unfortunately haven't enjoyed the place as much as I thought I would. Byron is very unusual, extremely hippy and spiritual as are the people ...

      You know we belong together

      A travel blog entry by hayleya18 on Apr 30, 2014

      4 comments, 18 photos

      ... he was (on his way to lunch) and so I just hovered around near him, and after pics with other people, he turned around and smiled at me, said hello and we shook hands! I passed my photo to a the person nearest us and asked if he would take a photo, and as I passed him my camera, Alt Stewart himself asked me what part of England I was from, I replied London, then he asked what part of London and I said Ilford... And he said "oh yeah, I know Ilford, I did panto in Barking ...

      Coolangatta

      A travel blog entry by jimbo1999 on Feb 11, 2014

      4 photos

      ... into Coolangatta just after 1:00, which is actually just after midday as the town is on the border with Queensland which us an hour behind New South Wales. It's weird that you can gain or lose an hour by simply crossing the road.

      After checking in I wondered along the beach and round the bay, and booked in for a surf lesson the following day. Coolangatta is quite small and not very touristy, and also has good surf conditions; they host a surf competition there every year ...