Kelly's Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBanjisanso Sendai
Perfect place to relax - family run and orientated resort where the kids are welcome but well behaved, its a quite place to relax and recharge, local activities include turtle watching two minutes from your room! We found the staff very welcoming, the accommodation generous and clean and well appointed and the restaurant above average. We couldn't think of a bad thing to write about, five stars!
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... weekends. Like most kids sports.Then we went to their daughters property it is on 17 acres. They have a couple of horses fifteen goats 5 newborns couple of cows and 2 dogs . Father and son drag race Harry is 12 and has his own drag car. Their house is huge and the garage is Allans dream shed one end has his three work trucks in it then there is a unit they lived in while building then about 4sheds with high roof one ...
... of the ride was uneventful, then we returned passed the point of the attack making us think that bloody bird had had his fill of terrorising bike riders, but it wasn't to be he had moved further back towards the caravan park and was waiting for us this time we were ready and a couple of good swipes with a well aimed branch soon put an end to his fun and games. Back to camp and settle down for some more book worm ...
... quite a large place. Nothing much open as its Sunday. Found out John & Faye are here too in another park. Will go and see them tomorrow arvo for happy hour. Another quiet night. The weather is a bit brisk. Having to get the little heater out each night now, and the Donna stays up. Bundaberg East Caravan & Tourist Park. - ...
... next day to Bargara. The Last's left for Tannum Sands on Monday 20/7/15.
The rest of the time was spent doing various things and a bit of sightseeing which included the following:
A couple of lunches at a seafood market overlooking the Burnett River, called Grunskies. The restaurant was a good 20 feet above the Burnett River and when Bunderberg was flooded in 2011, the water rose up to the top of the railing of the restaurant. Very scary.
A couple of dinners ...
... Park or going to the local shopping centre for the obligatory cup of coffee was as much as we got up to.
We stayed 2 nights before moving on to Bundaberg for 3 nights after which time we catch up with Bruce and Heather and we will travel home together. On the way to Bundaberg we stopped for coffee at at a little place called Bororen. The cafe had lots of sculptures of animals and to draw attention to the cafe/gallery, we had a big ...