BEST WESTERN Ambassador Motor Lodge

Address: 296 Esplanade, Hervey Bay, Queensland, 4655, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 296 Esplanade, Hervey Bay, is near Esplanade, Tasman Venture, Hervey Bay Historical Village & Museum, and Black Forest Hill Cuckoo Clock Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Hervey Bay

Sand sand everywhere, up my bum and in my hair. G6

A travel blog entry by emilygeorgia18 on Jan 30, 2015

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... Emma and Maxine had already performed several times in the bushes by this point but it's not one of my finest talents so I was debating going back to camp to relieve myself. They were shocked that I'd never done a public pee before but I told them I'm pretty sure I'd end up on my back covered in ****. This only led them to perform a mock demonstration of how to squat and aim they then guided me off behind a sandbank and cheered me on as I did my first public pee. ...

Fraser Island

A travel blog entry by hinesel on Jan 21, 2015

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... some hippy brought a guitar, and I felt like I was in the Inbetweeners 2 for a solid hour! The sky was amazing AGAIN and saw another load of really cool shooting stars! Forgot to mention-woke up the next morning and some absolute dirtbag had done a GIANT poo on our balcony. That's right a huge ****-just what you wanna be faced with on a hangover! Next day we did another load of crazy walking through the ...

Expedition time

A travel blog entry by andiontheroad on Dec 24, 2014

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... was a bit of a disappointment as it was a very short wooden path with hand rails through some trees and there were some other groups from other buses there at the same time so the rainforest feeling didn't quite come up. We did however see a wild(ish) dingo walk around the area. For the way back to the ferry we could use the beach "motorway" as the tide was low enough now to drive on the hard, wet sand. We got up to 80 km/h here. Australia is a funny country, you ...

First taste of Fraser

A travel blog entry by marcandnat on Nov 26, 2014

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Bright and early and after a coffee/chai/milk pit stop at a cafe, we got ourselves to River Heads for the 10.15 ferry crossing to Fraser Island, where we had a pleasant sunny wait by the sea (factor 50 is our friend) until the ferry turned up, slightly late. Marc used the time to deflate the tyres and compare tyre pressures with other drivers. Less experienced drivers were looking for top tips from the old hands - heading for an island where ...

Fraser Island adventure!

A travel blog entry by lcowdril on Nov 23, 2014

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... for all of the luggage! So we went back to the office to basically sign our lives away and watch some informative videos about dingos and the many ways that you could die whilst driving on Fraser Island. Lovely. Noz then got to grips with the 4wd and when to have it in low and high (all to do with the sand and surface) and we headed off to gather supplies before we left the mainland. Parking the beast at the supermarket was interesting but we were in and out and ready to jump ...