Dolphin Heads Resort

Beach Rd Dolphin Heads, Mackay, Queensland, 4740, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Beach Rd Dolphin Heads, Mackay.
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Travel Blogs from Mackay

Baby pig!

A travel blog entry by court-n-keiran on Jul 18, 2014

3 comments, 8 photos

... she may have got some mud in her lungs. It wasn't looking good. She wouldn't open her eyes as they had got so much mud in them so were too sore to open. She didn't really move for the next few hours and we didn't think she was going to make it. She took a bit of milk from a bottle then and seemed to pick up. Deb fed her again another couple of times and then today she has starting opening her eyes again and looks like she will pull through. Her eyes still look sore ...

A travel day past the Big Mango

A travel blog entry by 5foxesontour on Jul 05, 2014

6 photos

... off at the Big Mango. Then we enjoyed a relaxing walk along Airlie Beach and the small markets on the foreshore. Finally ending our day in Mackay at the last site at the caravan park! Doing lots of renovations here so we got an absolute bargain for the night, only got there in time for tea and an early pack up so it didn’t matter really.


Eaten alive

A travel blog entry by simmsie on May 29, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... are a number of walks leading off from the beach and the nearby picnic area. We walked to the top of the Anderson’s Peak through what must be described as an enchanted forest. It was stunning, beautiful rainforest and hundreds of blue butterflies that took to the air as you walked by. One of the lookouts it called Turtle lookout where you look back over Green island and when the sea is calm you are also supposedly able to see turtles in ...

Blue Pearl Bay

A travel blog entry by joshtollman on Mar 02, 2014

We then got to White Haven Beach where we dropped off at the island and walked through the forest where we saw 'black boys', constricting vine plants and a bird eating spider and butterflies. There were also green tree ants which I was able to eat as they were used for remedies by the Aboriginals. We got to the beach where we had to wear stinger suits and we swam in the ocean and ...

Day on an Abandoned Beach

A travel blog entry by shannonsavage on Dec 14, 2013

1 comment

... s currently having an outback shower which consists of a towel and throwing water over yourself. My turn next. You've got to love the outback! Not that this seems like the outback compared to WA. I have spent most the day in the safety of the tent with the mosquito net as the flies seem to be on steroids! They are clumsy and when they land on you, they don't move. So you have to physically brush... no sorry... pull them off you. No wonder my ...