BreakFree Rainbow Shores
Travel Blogs from Rainbow Beach
We're kept awake most of the night by torrential rain battering hell out of our tent and this continues right into the morning. It shows no signs of letting up and as we have no ropes on the tent, it's not going to hold it's integrity for long and it's no surprise when it starts leaking. We lie there trying to get a bit more sleep but it's not …
Nearly everybody I've met who's travelled in Australia has said that Frazier Island and Frasure Island were highlights of their trips. Just to be different, myself and Ben decided to head to Fraser Island. We figured it being the largest sand island in the world, with the 'purest' dingo population in Australia, a shed-load of perched lakes (lakes …
After leaving Brisbane we stopped in at the Australia Zoo (owned by Steve Irwin, the crocodile enthusiast), the zoo was very well kept but expensive and pretty small, so we didn't stay too long. We stayed in Noosa for a night and opted for an apartment which was pretty cheap for what we got, a three bedroom apartment looking over the beach with all …
5th July 2005. We caught the 6.30 am bus to ranbow beach, just. The owner of the hostel told us to call him to get a lift there. We called. He didn't get up so we ran 1km in about 5 minutes loaded with pacs. Once on the bus there were 4 pople on it, 2 canadians and 2 germans. We arrived at Rainbow beach and checked in ready for our 4pm meeting …
... than happy for us to have an easy stay, including using the laundry trough for our washing up of kitchen, cutlery and crockery.
A lot of the residents are long term and had set up in this ultimate paradise for very little, about $100 per week electricity included and insurance? We all know they don't need it.
A short drive to Rainbow Beach, and we fell in love at first sight with the place and decided we are here longer than expected, and so it was.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free parking