Hamilton Island Resortside Apartments

4603, Hamilton Island , Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, 4803, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4603, Hamilton Island , Great Barrier Reef.
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Travel Blogs from Great Barrier Reef

Spirit of Freedom- Day Three

A travel blog entry by tgp2014 on Jul 30, 2014

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We were exhausted but excited for another day of diving. The three dive sites for today were located on Ribbon Reef 10, the northern-most part of the GBR. Lighthouse bommie was our first dive. It was a large reef structure with millions of fish, known to be frequented by minkie whales. Fishes everywhere and if you hold very still they will surround you, it was like fish soup! There ...

Today's thoughts....

A travel blog entry by letronsav on May 23, 2014


... we are taking a boat out to the Great Barrier Reef to go snorkeling and see one of the 7 wonders of the world. Leticia is really hoping to see mermaids. We have an underwater camera so will be able to take some good shots should they appear.

(Mike) I can't wait to share the Island Burger with you. it has beef, eggs, beets, bacon, cheese, tomato, lettuce, pineapple amongst other things. It is so huge you can't even put ...

The Amazing Great Barrier Reef!

A travel blog entry by smbeck on Apr 21, 2014

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... deeper but wasn't. The water was choppy but the color was not at all disappointing. Mackenzie did his first certified dive to 12.5 meters.
I saw a sea turtle and more colorful coral and lots of fish. The seastar has a facebook page where they post all the photos they took. I checked it out and there are some great photos. Nice that we don't have to purchase the pictures and can download them ...

Easter Sunday on North Stradbroke Island

A travel blog entry by cbaruss on Apr 20, 2014

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... where the surf was unreal, strongest of all that we had seen today. I stayed mighty close to the kids on this beach (as did a couple of the life guards) while the big boys had a chance to really let the waves throw them around. The wonders of God's power and might were plainly obvious there when you saw the sheer power of majesty of the ocean. As a swimmer myself, the strong pull of the undertow was something else......Powerful and Mighty is all I can say ...

A tick off the bucket list

A travel blog entry by toddlerontour on Apr 14, 2014

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... coral and its inhabitants including a white tipped shark which Chloe was delighted to see. The rest of the day was spent alternating between snorkelling and looking after Chloe who enjoyed splashing around in the kids swimming area and going downstairs to the underwater observatory. Both Rachel and I managed to catch up with Wally, the local Maori Wrasse (one of the biggest and most impressive fish we saw). Other species ...

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