Dolphin Heads Resort

Address: 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

Day 16 Mackay

A travel blog entry by dave-michelle on Oct 03, 2014

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... After spending 30min we didn't see any so we went and did a few of the walks through the rainforest. This is a fantastic place to visit and we will come back again for a few days.

While on the walk we came across some tourists who were trying to catch one of the turtles in the platypus pool. I mentioned to them it was not a good idea and maybe they should cease. They apologised and happily continued there holiday. ...

Fraser Island - A Solace of Sand

A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Sep 27, 2014

3 comments, 9 photos

... the island from the air and got our second glimpse of whales. This time they were breaching so attempting to jump out of the water so you could really see they were whales. An amazing sight. We headed back to camp and stopped at the wreck site of the Maheno. A mini titanic that on its final voyage ran aground on Fraser and although many attempts were made to rescue the ship, it had sunk too deep into the sand. The second night we had steak and potatoes (I washed up) and then plenty ...

Townsville to Mackay

A travel blog entry by lizfyfe on Jul 22, 2014

14 photos

Left Townsville at 9.15am. Townsville is quite spread out. When we left Townsville we were driving through cane fields until we reached Ayr. Stopped at Ayr and visited the Visitor Centre - very helpful ladies. We went over the Bourdekin Bridge and through Home Hill. Passed a truck backed up to the end of the corn-railway-tracks. He was sliding 2 train-baskets filled with cane onto the train line. Next we drove 2km up the very steep Inkerman Mountain to the ...

Baby pig!

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

3 comments, 8 photos

... the weaner cows teaching them to move and stop when directed. Yesterday when Keiran and Rob went out to the pigs they found that 3 of the little piglets that were born last Tuesday had fallen into a deep hole the pigs had made around the waterer and were stuck in the mud and couldn't get out. They got them out and tried cleaning all the mud of them. One ran away and they went over to the mums nest to check whether it was alright. Mumma pig was not happy with them being ...

Airlie Beach to Cape Palmerston, near Sarina

A travel blog entry by sandycee on Jun 11, 2014

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Left Airlie Beach in the rain and spent two nights in the very isolated Cape Palmerston, south of Mackay - a lovely new caravan park by the beach, well laid out with fabulous amenities and heaps of space between vans. Lots of people from down south go there for the fishing and spend months! We spent a day in Sarina, the closest town a 40 minute drive away, and did the sugar mill tour which was really interesting, followed by lunch at the bakery and shopping in ...