Oaks Seaforth Resort

Address: 98-110 Alexandra Parade, Alexandra Headland, Queensland, 4572, Australia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on 98-110 Alexandra Parade, Alexandra Headland, is near Underwater World and HMAS Brisbane.
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    Travel Blogs from Alexandra Headland

    It's been weeks since my last confession

    A travel blog entry by melissafischer on Feb 17, 2015

    3 comments

    ... What an overwhelming impressive sight it was. As we were landing Sarah was repeatedly shouting, " No way. This is fake. This isn't real. No way. This is fake..." The little grass airstrip cut right through the middle of the island and ended at the turquoise blue water. It wasn't long before we had thrown our bags into our tent and hit the ocean for a snorkel. The reef instantly brought us all kinds of gifts and each day there after got better ...

    Hanging out in Alexandra Heads

    A travel blog entry by becsandbrett on Jan 13, 2015

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    ... arms and legs going wild, giggling & screeching with delight. We think he enjoyed himself! We also took a drive to Mooloolaba headland for a yummy fish and chip lunch where the fishing boats come in, followed by a walk along the spit to get a great view back along the coast to where we were ...

    From lake argyle to perigean beach

    A travel blog entry by emmery on Oct 29, 2014

    49 photos

    ... but there are thousands of them and their numbers need to be controlled. It was getting fairly hot camping at coolibah, over 40 degrees every day and our air conditioning consisted of a wet towel each and showers in your clothes! Graham had another croc to collect from Katherine and I helped out with the baby crocs. We had a few more fishing trips and with Graham's new skill with the cast net he caught a massive cat fish. We got to witness one evening ...

    A tour of Noosa

    A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on Jun 30, 2014

    5 photos

    ... many nursing homes and other different places. It was lovely to catch up with her again after so many years, and she even gave us a song on the piano (but for some reason she didn't ask to hear us play the Ukeleles!!!) We then drove up the coast to Noosa and the surrounding towns. There was some wonderful scenery, and I have never seen such beautiful clear blue waters. No wonder it is so popular, but apparently it ...

    Australia Zoo

    A travel blog entry by edddadams on Apr 19, 2014

    5 photos

    ... tonne crocs whilst waggling meet in front of their giant serrated mouths. Robert, Steve Irwin's son, aged 10 was in charge of feeding the biggest and heaviest croc of them all: Monty. Who took the meat right our of his hands with one bite. Saw my first Dingo for the first time, a ginger wolf basically. And my first wombat, a cross between a pig, and a brown staffy bull terrier. Had a big steak ...

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