Gladstone Earth and Sea

Address: 3 Herbert Street, Gladstone, Queensland, 4680, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 3 Herbert Street, Gladstone, is near Rainbow Valley.
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Travel Blogs from Gladstone

Long Weekend

A travel blog entry by cbrnomads on Jun 07, 2015

2 comments, 10 photos

... Another night with disturbed sleep.

Continuing up the Bruce Highway we decided to camp at Calliope - a very popular spot especially being a long weekend. We camped on the southern side. Saturday night we had dinner by the fire and looking at the stars. It as so nice we decided to spend Sunday Night there as well. It was so relaxing having a day with no driving, and a nice long walk around both north and south campsites.

Always need something hatching!

A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Apr 05, 2015

2 comments, 2 photos

... room on MS Maasdam - a ship which is quite a bit smaller than we've previously been on so that will be a new experience and of course a new cruise line too.

It would have been downright silly to be in Montreal and so close to the Niagara Falls (a bucket list item) and not go. So we're overnighting in Montreal at the end of the cruise then training it to Toronto for a night then on ...

Outrun The Magpie Swoop

A travel blog entry by cow_dog_travels on Sep 11, 2014

3 photos

... had come in from the left in the form of one rather large magpie. I was pinned once again to the house and this time I waved my arms in defense, two sharp, irritated birds fluttering aggressively at me.

Assessing my lack of options, I threw down the white flag and made a run for the inner sanctuary of the house, shamefaced and cowed.

I had just been initiated and realized what the greater Australian ...

Camp 4 - Boynedale Bush Camp ( On The Awoonga Dam)

A travel blog entry by geoken on Aug 09, 2014

12 photos

... a caravan and sorted more stuff than any one family should own. This evening I watched the moon rise over the lake, what a fantastic site, rather spooky but still cool. The trees that once lined the valley are now all dead as they are mostly underwater, what is left behind is the skeleton on the trees, knee deep in water. When the moon came up the light was surreal and shinning through the once gum forest ...

Pancake Creek to Gladstone

A travel blog entry by suedavidescape on Jul 20, 2014

6 comments, 20 photos

... try out their survival skills. Every two to three days a light plane lands on the beach and picks up or drops off participants.

Along the way we went through one section of the track where there were thousands of butterflies. They appeared to be feeding on the long flower spikes of the native grass trees. The only other time I have seen so many butterflies together was at the Butterfly House at Coffs Harbour.

We continued ...