Castle Court Motor Inn

Address: 75 Gladstone Rd, Rockhampton, Queensland, 4700, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 75 Gladstone Rd, Rockhampton, is near Dreamtime Cultural Centre and Grampians Quad Bike Adventures.
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Travel Blogs from Rockhampton

Whitsundays to Rockhampton

A travel blog entry by kas19 on Jan 02, 2015

... soak satisfied our lagoon craving. We hit the road again heading on towards Rockhampton. Our 3.5 hour drive took us past many more sugar cane fields, large lush hills and towering trees...and several more dead wallabies lining the road. It is strange to see signs warning to watch for wallabies and koalas along the road, much more exotic than our deer warning signs. We arrived to the inland city of ...

Farnborough beach

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Dec 28, 2014

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... cheer behind alerting me that Andy had finally got up on his feet for the first time and typically I missed the action shot. The boys returned after this stating the surf is too short for any real action, to account for the numerous times they fell off. Having worked up an appetite the boys suggested it was picnic time, handing round the plates and food like parcel parcel to prevent having grit rolls. The make as you go ham & tomato roll went down rather to quickly, with a ...

Pamper day and Capricorn Coast Mecure resort

A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Dec 22, 2014

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... like kids down the slope with only me on a speedy descent, tripping and slumping face down with a thump into the sand. I picked myself up and dusted myself down covered in a gritty film, to the laughter cries of them both doubled up at the sight and a bemused crowd behind me on the bridge who had witnessed my belly dive. Farnborough beach was deserted and we could just see Yeppoon's twinkling lights in the distance with dusk setting in. Such a peaceful place and the ...

Next stop, Rockhampton

A travel blog entry by karen.yardley.3 on Nov 14, 2014

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As I mentioned yesterday, if we had driven the other way we would have been in 1770.

This was a planned visit for today, wish we had longer in this peaceful village. For any of you who haven't yet visited Australia, defiantly a good place to stay, we nearly did.
It was charming. Although we arrived at 8.30am, it was already buzzing, in a quiet way.
Cafes open people having breakfast, boats out in the bay, people walking their dogs.

1770 is the birth ...

The Great Sandy and Stockyard Point

A travel blog entry by gusmackie on Nov 04, 2014

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... locals called Great Sandy. Its one of those hills which was regularly visited by the guy I’d spoken too who was a tow-truck driver. And I could see now why he spends his time recovering people out of here. The hill was about 10m inland. It was very long, quite steep and the sand was softer then the soft sand at some of the tricky beach entrances on Fraser. I was already down to 15psi in the tyres and if it wasn’t for 3 days of trial and error in Fraser I would ...