BEST WESTERN Ambassador Motor Lodge

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

    Fantastic Fraser

    A travel blog entry by hilders-on-tour on Sep 01, 2014

    23 photos

    ... Lake Birrabeen. Like Lake McKenzie this had the soft white sand and salt free water. In his haste to go swimming, and while waiting for Seth to return from the car with our bathers, Shane thought he might just go skinny dipping at this uninhabited lake. Until another couple of visitors arrived. We've never seen him move that quick before!

    After donning our bathing costumes and enduring another glorious swim we headed back to Central Station for lunch. Central ...

    Fraser Island - Val's Experience

    A travel blog entry by paulandval on Aug 14, 2014

    11 photos

    ... it was a close shave as his clothes were in tatters. During the drive along the beach we had the chance to take a flight over the Island in a small 8 seater plane. I debated at first as to whether to go. Thankfully I did and it turned into the highlight of the day. Taking off and landing on the beach, seeing whales close to shore and stunning glimpses of Fraser ...

    Week 43-44 Hervey Bay & Fraser Island 12-17th

    A travel blog entry by eshaw15 on Jul 16, 2014

    78 photos

    ... on the island have grown up from pure sand!?), then we headed to Lake Wabby via a 30 minute track walk through the forest to arrive to an amazing Sand Dune with a random lake that has accumulated, once again via rain. My question to you is, how are there fish there? It was amazing, all the hyped up Germans (from winning the world cup and feeling invincible) were running as fast as they could/rollypolly/cartwheel attempts/doing anything down the dune and into the ...

    Fraser Island Trip

    A travel blog entry by craiga on May 13, 2014

    ... to take back to set at the hostel, which neither of us could finish. At night we were told we had to go shopping for all the food and drink for our trip we even had to buy our own toilet roll!!! We decided to shop along with some others we had been talking to and who we had decided to share a car with. On the way to the shops Paul saw a giraffe on the road, oh no wait it was just a big statue but it looked ...

    Carnarvon Gorge: Bouncers, vulvas and bush walks

    A travel blog entry by dumboot on May 12, 2014

    17 photos

    ... of kangaroos and wallabies, 'bouncers' as Ben and I now call them. Our hike lasted about 5 hours and was awesome! We visited (and loved!): Ward's Canyon: a small gorge with a cute waterfall and the world's largest fern, the king fern. This is the furthest inland location where these ferns can be found. We also saw them on Fraser Island. Very nice spot! The Art Gallery: Perhaps the most impressive Aboriginal rock art I've seen in Australia! ...