Comfort Inn Bayswater
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- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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... are allowed to fish there. They also have a new water park which is great, 4 water slides, water parks, big bucket that tips water out, I'm sure the kids will love it, hope the weather stays warm enough for them. In the afternoon the skies opened up and it bucketted down for about 1 1/2 hrs. Jeanette and Lee were about 13 kms away and they didn't get a drop. We headed over to their park around 5:00 for happy hour for Barry's ...
We moved from Sharp's Caravan and Camping grounds to Tamborine Mountain Caravan and Camping ground at Thunderbird Park. It cost $10 per adult per night for an unpowered site. This south east region of Queensland is lush and populated with farms. All land seems to be owned. It contains the Darlington Range, Jinbroken Range, Canungra Range and Birnam Range. We were directed into ...
... a building where you go through different rooms like strobe rooms, lazier rooms, rooms where there are inflatables on the wall and floor so you have to squeeze through halls and jump on the floor! It was amazing!! Laughed and screamed all the way through! James kept shouting because he thought we we're far away but it was just mirror effects! Funny! He actually screamed too! Then we walked back to the car to dump ...
We packed up the Unit at Nobby Beach and headed back down to Tweed Heads to stay one night and pick up the van.
The first thing we were greeted with was the plover family and we were quite excited to see how much the chick had grown. We were also pleased to see our feijoa trees all shooting up. What a difference ...
... mostly fine and sunny. 20 degrees is quite warm really - although the locals are all complaining about the cold.
The last few days have been packed with social activities. We enjoyed catching up with Robyn and Neil from Sale, Vic who flew up for a long weekend to visit Neil's mum who is 104 years old (and not too good at the moment). Sue and Ron Merritt from Canberra also arrived up here for a few weeks so the six of us enjoyed Sunday lunch ...