Comfort Inn Rockhampton

Address: Cnr Albert & Alma Street, Rockhampton, Queensland, 4700, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cnr Albert & Alma Street, Rockhampton, is near Dreamtime Cultural Centre and Grampians Quad Bike Adventures.
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      Rockhampton to Bundaberg

      A travel blog entry by kas19 on Jan 04, 2015

      ... turtles started arriving at 7 PM but the night before that no turtles showed up until midnight. So be prepared for the possibility of a long night." Since we booked the day prior we expected we would be in the last group of 60 among the 300 who were there to visit the turtle nesting beach. But we had spent an extra $20 booking the Turtle Express and that had put us at the front of the line and in the first group. Feeling like our previous days panicked booking had paid off we made our ...

      Yeppoon's birthday boy Brendan

      A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Dec 19, 2014

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      ... t faze us, I wasn't quite sure whether it was sweat or rain running down my back into the cracks of my bum cheeks. Still perplexed at the unfound geo cache at the bottom of the street, we seem to have a recheck everywhere as we walk by the batty patch with its pooey pong. Apparently bat droppings are corrosive and must be cleaned off the car soon as or it will strip the paint off. It was a little easier walking along the promenade with the sea breeze, but there was no ...


      A travel blog entry by lloydsletloose on Dec 14, 2014

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      ... themselves for a mass exodus, we only had a few fly over, the rest squeaking at each other prepping for their nighttime fruit feed up. Strolling along the promenade towards all the activity, we rocked up to the sounds of the stage singers belting out chrimbo carols. The whole area was crammed pack, with the whole town out for Christmas festivities, stalls and entertainments on the stage set up with the sea as a backdrop. Ashleigh saw a group of friends and stopped for a ...

      Let's hit the road Spike

      A travel blog entry by langardi on Nov 17, 2014

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      ... beef capital of Australia, but looking at some of the examples in the adjacent pasturelands, we are not convinced. They looked very scrawny, with very little meat on the ribs. Pleased to find a camp site with a good pool. Temperature hitting 38.5 C. Little ones Spike said he was so hot that his spikes began to go all soft. He was thankful that grandad took him for a swim to cool down. Nanny made sure that grandad did not drop Spike into the water all by ...

      Hervey Bay to Rockhampton

      A travel blog entry by beaky on Oct 13, 2014

      ... the other day and it seemed very quiet. Today it seemed a bit busier, which we eventually realised was because it was a Sunday. One of the real beauties of travel is when you completely lose track of what day it is as the day no longer has much meaning. On the beach we noticed a baptism in the sea by the pier so we watched that for a while as they dunked grown men under the sea. We've seen river baptisms on US TV before and they always seem a bit creepy. This seemed very ...