Kelly's Beach Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKelly's Beach Resort Bargara
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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... one row back from the waterfront! A whole line of camping sites that were originally on the waters edge were washed away with the power of the cyclone! Oh the power of nature!
We certainly recharged our batteries here. From here enroute to Wooroonga Dam, we spent two lovely nights at Baffle Creek another kayaking estuary. Now feeling relaxed and refreshed and ready for more ...
Up early then had a a swim before breakfast. Marg and Justin came out to the dam to visit us again, we made rough plans to meet in Broome later in the year. We then headed to Childers and the 100 year old chemist shop that is now a museum, wonderful walk down memory lane. Then there was the pub with the "cowboy movie" doors. We then cruised through to Burnett Heads caravan park ($26 per ...
... feels like 40". Maybe will get rid of some warm clothes and add the tshirts and shorts. Plane leaves at 2.55pm so is good to have the morning free. Has rained here the last two days with 110m so haven't done the washing. Will be able to get that out now for ...
... was there a chance we'd get to see one that night? At what time were they coming in lately? We got positive noises, but still we didn't commit.
So what do you do in Bundaberg? Tour the Bundaberg distillery of course. We couldn't pass through without seeing where Bundy rum was made. We checked out their museum, then our tour guide came and after all sorts of dire warnings about electric fences, sugar cane trains, and super volatile alcohol vapours (we had to ...
... she chose her spot.
We got to see three turtles laying their eggs and another two trying to come out of the water to choose their spots! We were tired when we got home at 3am but it was such an amazing experience and both adults and kids were totally in awe of the turtles!