Rainbow Ocean Palms Resort

103 - 105 Cooloola Drive, Rainbow Beach, Cooloola National Park, Queensland, 4581, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 103 - 105 Cooloola Drive, Rainbow Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Rainbow Beach

    Week 44 - Rainbow, Noosa & Tin Can Bay 17-19th Jul

    A travel blog entry by eshaw15 on Jul 18, 2014

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    ... for about 40 minutes after arriving anyway so probably best we didn't get there any earlier. $10 and worth it, get to feed wild dolphins that arrive most morning for a cheeky easy free feed. After warming up with coffee's and hot chocolates we hit the road to Noosa!

    Visited several times before but different going as a backpacker, more chilled, slept on the beach, shared some lunch between us all and hung out. Had a ...

    Fraser Island: The worlds largest sand island

    A travel blog entry by 2141davidl on Jul 11, 2014

    ... before Uni starts. To be honest I can't tell them apart....my god what is happening to me, I sound so old. Anyway, the island is stunning. 150km of uninterrupted beach. Departure day, to which we were told how lucky we were to have a total of 86 people....yes I felt so lucky. 86, eighty six, yes eighty six people.....sorry kids. This was split into 2 separate guides, in our armada we had 40 in tow, divided by 5 4x4, do the math, gives you a hefty sum of eight people...kids in each ...

    Faser Island

    A travel blog entry by kktravel on Jun 28, 2014

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    ... trip across to the island - about 1.5 km

    From there drove about 13 km through the island to be able to get to the beach - due to high tides

    Then it became a highway with quite a few vehicles doing the same and speeds varying from 40 km/hr to 80 km/hr

    We travelled about 50 km visiting various attractions

    On the way back we travelled inland for about 30 km driving a narrow sandy ...

    Dolphin and Rainbow Magic

    A travel blog entry by george_youssef on May 28, 2014

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    Dolphin and Rainbow Magic - No, I'm not going all New Age.

    As we were informed in Gympie, the main tourist things in this area are Tin Can Bay, Rainbow Beach, and especially Fraser Island, which is accessed via a ferry from Rainbow Beach.

    Tin Can Bay is on a stretch of water called the Great Sandy Straits, which opens to the sea between Rainbow Beach and the south end of Fraser Island, where the ferry goes. Fraser Island then goes on about a ...

    Dingo!

    A travel blog entry by bryanfennell on May 14, 2014

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    ... This zoo had all aspects of wildlife, including tigers, kangaroos, rhinos, giraffes, camels, dingoes and koalas. Despite the massive verity of animals at the zoo, there was only one reason that everyone know Steve for, and that’s crocodiles. There was simply dozens upon dozens of them at the zoo. The pride of the show was the feeding of the Crocodile show. This amazing show was great to watch as it really showed off the power and killing ability of the crocs. ...