Beaches On Wave Street Gold Coast

Address: Corner Wave Street & Petrel Avenue, Mermaid Beach, Gold Coast, Queensland, 4218, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Corner Wave Street & Petrel Avenue, Mermaid Beach, is near Surfer's Paradise Beach, Conrad Jupiters Casino, QDeck, and Pacific Fair Shopping Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Mermaid Beach

    Ups and Downs

    A travel blog entry by pmacklin on May 09, 2015

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    ... to get some fresh air. It was nice to just walk and chat. Sometimes I feel like Becky and I don't open up much about our thoughts, but it usually works out because we both think about the things on our mind before we talk about them this way. When we got back home it was late, so we ate dinner and watched a stupidly sad movie. It's just gone one in the morning now and we're thinking of watching something funny to lift our ...

    Winding down, ready to go home to NZ

    A travel blog entry by boval on Mar 18, 2015

    ... work through the week as well.
    After having coffee there, we went back to Johanna's and cleaned out the camper ready to return the next day.
    We went for a swim at the beach, in the afternoon.
    Bo and I went down to the supermarket and bought some pasta and vegies for tea.
    Josh and his mum came round and we played yahtzee. Don't think they enjoyed the game that much. Was nice to meet Cat, Josh's mum though.
    Had our last night sleeping in the ...

    An Adventuresome Day

    A travel blog entry by rpdizy on Dec 29, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... across their courses). Challenges are just a particular high-ropes activity -- tight rope walks, wooden pole walks, net crawls, tube crawls and flying fox zip-lines.

    Each participant wears a harness (which, inevitably, are not all that flattering, but I suppose safety equipment rarely is), that includes two safety lines and a flying fox pulley. The safety lines have each have a very technically named "click-it" at the end ...

    The Natural Arch

    A travel blog entry by maisiemai on Aug 23, 2014

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    Trip day today! We left earlyish for the hour and a half drive to the Natural Arch - a rock formation deep in the rainforest. Of course (rainforests :( ) it was raining and so we were well kitted out with disposable ponchos and an army of umbrellas. Basically the Natural Arch is where the river has worn through the rock and now flows through a hole to the ...

    Week 16 First Wall

    A travel blog entry by wherrol on Jun 13, 2014

    9 photos

    ... also have the infrared receiver, within the camper so we can change channels wherever the tv is positioned. Lazy, yep we know.

    Morning tea at our favourite spot in Beaudesert. Allan and his barista skills were put into service.

    Coming home we stopped at a lovely picnic area Hardings Paddock about 15km from Ipswich. They have a beautiful campsite here $15 per night, payable to Ipswich Council. Fantastic stopover for anyone that is interested.