Noosa Blue Resort
Travel Blogs from Noosa
Part 1 of our Greyhound experience went ok. The bus lurched and weaved along the roads but got us to Noosa before 10am. We went up the hill to check in to our hotel thinking that there would be no chance that the room would be ready but thought we could at least drop off our bags. At reception another couple seemed to be in the same situation and …
... drive me a bit mad if I'm honest!). That evening we went into town for a few drinks, and watched Australia get beaten badly in the rugby by South Africa. Also, it was the election today, so lots of politics to take in which has been interesting. Their new prime minister is a character!! Our last morning was spent doing washing and other boring chores (that's why I'm writing this and not doing them, hehe) then soon we are getting on our bus outta ...
... I could see, Crazy Bob’s was your average traditional outback house on stilts with what appeared to be a woodshed underneath and steps leading up to a quaint looking veranda with chairs. I could smell the surrounding pine trees and could just make out banana, papaya and eucalyptus trees in the twilight. There was also a faint whiff of wood smoke, one of my favourite smells from my childhood. Going inside Crazy Bob’s house was like stepping into the ...
... never than less out meals were delicious; the desert was fab!
We Checked out of Dolphins and took the courtesy bus into the town centre to started our 3 night canoe trip down the Noosa Everglades. We were greeted by a tall man wearing a straw hat called Andy. He explained that he was driving us to the camp and that our first stop was the supermarket to pick up our food supplies for the next 3 days. There were 6 of us in total on the minibus and ...
... Bay to feed the wild dolphins, on the way we had our first kangaroo sightings - they were huge. We were, naively, expecting to be the only group there seeing as it was so early! So it was quite a surprise when we got there to find about a hundred people and a film crew where the 'wild' dolphins gathered at the mini-bay each morning ready to be fed. The group running the experience collected your $5 donation and gave you a bucket with a ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center