Cascade Gardens Holiday Apartments

Address: 26-32 Monaco Street, Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast, Queensland, 4217, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 26-32 Monaco Street, Surfers Paradise, is near Surfer's Paradise Beach, Infinity, Conrad Jupiters Casino, and QDeck.
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      Tamborine Mountain to Surfers Paradise, QLD

      A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Mar 17, 2015

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      ... was still working. Monika returned to her S26 Sales Nutritionist work this week for 4 days per week. She had been working with Justin in his Physio practice for 3 days per week. We stayed for about 30 minutes then rode back to Winni. We moved onto Chinderah Bay near Tweed Heads in NSW. We found a free camp by the river from the WikiCamp ...

      The Curse of the Natural Bridge

      A travel blog entry by rpdizy on Dec 31, 2014

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      ... road (yup, the highway sign was right!).

      The visitor centre hostess squinted at us when we told her that we were on our way to Natural Bridge (since we were clearly not on a road that would actually lead us there), but happily informed us (for the price of a 'gold coin' -- Aussie for a dollar or two) that luckily there was much more to see on Springbrook Mountain anyway. She listed five 'must see places' -- along with ...

      Surfers Paradise

      A travel blog entry by carraowen on Nov 15, 2014

      9 photos

      ... and signed us up for surfing lessons and a stand up paddle boarding session. As it turned out we ended up booking the surfing lessons in the morning and the sand up paddle boarding in the afternoon of the same day. The surfing was awesome. It was incredibly hard work. Just getting the board out against the waves was hard work in itself but then actually trying to catch a wave and then pulling yourself up was even harder. I was pretty happy by the ...

      Footy, Surfing, Eating, Drinking

      A travel blog entry by simonv on Jul 27, 2014

      20 photos

      ... your surf board against the waves took a lot more work. In addition, you end up using muscles you don't think of like your toes and the ball of your foot. My friend and I both admitted later that it was worth the effort to get up on the board a few times but perhaps Boogie Boarding might be a bit easier:)

      Lunch on the Beach and a Slow Afternoon
      After surfing we headed home to shower and ...

      Brisbane to Sydney and back

      A travel blog entry by lukebillinge on Jun 24, 2014

      1 comment, 18 photos

      ... swam, brilliant to watch! After this we went sand boarding down a sand dune for about an hour. Good fun once I figured how to stay on the board, fair to say June was better than me! Fun coming down the sand dune, not so fun walking back up all the time though! Drinks and food in the evening before heading a few hours south to Sydney in the morning. Day 5, arrived in Sydney around lunch time and took June to the cafe/bistro place with the pig called Kevin, that ...