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, Pacific Fair Shopping Centre, Conrad Jupiters Casino, and QDeck.
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    Travel Blogs from Mermaid Beach

    The Feast

    A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Jan 18, 2015

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    ... were dozens of people in the water and most were happy to venture right in to shoulder depth as the cumbersome jelly blubbers were mostly elsewhere. You would see the odd one every now and then but it was nothing compared to Thursday's sky blue invasion of the surf. After an hour or so in and next to the water, we started to work our way back. We did well out of the arrangement actually, as the clouds blocked out the sun for a few minutes and we even felt a few spots ...

    I'm at Queensland yay!!!

    A travel blog entry by shanenan on Nov 13, 2014

    3 comments, 1 photo

    ... water play area with slides and a huge water bucket. It's called Splash Zone. The slides were so cool because when I went down the big blue one I got drenched. We also went for a walk on the beach and main street of Surfers Paradise. I'm going to bed early tonight as we are spending all day tomorrow at Movie ...

    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 ...

    Warwick to Palm Beach

    A travel blog entry by footloose-too on Jun 09, 2014

    1 comment

    ... dropping down the other side is spectacular. We should have stopped to enjoy the view but we were in a long queue behind a truck, so we carried on. Next time we will. We made good time unti we hit Netang and the Doris wouldn't behave again and we resorted to finding our friends from memory. However we were there by lunchtime and the conversation has stopped since ...

    Ticking Off a Bucket List

    A travel blog entry by susanmurray on Dec 02, 2013


    ... been drawn to experiencing Antarctica but couldn't wrap my head round the expense - my brain goes blank when attempting to comprehend how many working hours it equates to - nor did I think I'd have the funds before I was 'old' - maybe I am old and am oblivious.
    Over the years, I've realised that Antarctica is not going to get any cheaper. Coupled with this, my definition of affordability has changed - think when I bought the unit, ...