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Today was an AMAZING day.
On the way to Port Douglas we were stopping at various hotels to pick other people up and while we were waiting at one place the driver told us we could get out and walk along the beach if we wanted. This was the second time in 2 days we felt like we were in Hawaii. Of course we've never actually been however …
G'day from Hugo,
Its a beautiful Sunday in Brisbane, clear and warm with a slight breeze off the river. First impressions of Brisbane: immaculately clean, compact, friendly for the most part and... expensive. A bottle of water is 3 bucks, coffee 4- 5 dollars everywhere, lunch yesterday (veggie, avocado and cress sandwich with a beer,) 30 …
Day 3 started with a bang….the group were definitely given the VIP treatment with a transfer to a rugby field no far from the hotel we all boarded some extremely flash machines operated by Executive Helicopters for a flight across Moreton Bay to Tangalooma Island resort. After climbing into the air through the football posts, we followed the …
For our first morning in Brisbane the group was keen to get out and explore city, and to kick it off Michael from Brisbane Marketing had organized something special, a segway tour of the South Bank parkland through local company Group xperiences.
After a short training session we all exchanged two feet for two wheels and took off down the …
After flying in from many states around the United States and Canada, we were all excited to get together and meet each other at LAX before boarding the "Big Red Roo", Qantas flight 16 direct to Brisbane and our starting point on the 'Love the Wild Life' tour of south east Queensland!
A couple of people worried about the how long it would …
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility