Reef House Boutique Resort And Spa - MGallery Collection
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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... a bit of luck when we got placed right next to the window. We also had a waiter who served unlimited drinks, a cheese board and ice cream throughout our journey. The ride itself was amazing although not for he faint hearted as we were pretty close to the edge of the mountain. We winded down the mountain passing water falls and views of the city whilst listening to commentary on the history of the train tracks and how they ...
... part... But it was teamed up with bread and cheese and crisps, which kind of wiped out any illusions of a healthy lunch... Haha! After we'd eaten we went for a swim and we invented the best piece of water-based sunbathing apparatus ever... Using two floaty foam noodle things you run one along your arms and round the back of your shoulder, and then put your feet on the other, effectively creating a kind of raft that you just lay back and float about on... It was ...
... Oasis was full. They're numbers two and three on TripAdvisor and we're getting weary of looking. Their shuttle instructions also included a code for the gate and an invitation to one of their hammocks while we waited to check in. We arrived at 4am and slept, despite one end being tied to a tree full of squealing bats. Around 9am we were given a futon and slept again until just before eleven we got an early check in and our three bed dorm. Mark (Blackburn) would be our room mate. ...
... games when we had to drive anywhere, always chatting to us and singing to us. Me and Cha were literally just laughing the whole way through, can't tell you had good this day was.
We first went to The Boulders where there was a lake we had to swim across to get to our first rock jump of the day. After that, we went to Josephine Falls where there was a rockslide. You had to climb the most slippery rock ever to get up onto the ...
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One thing that has fascinated us during this trip has been the termite mounds - from the Orangutangs in the Pilbara, to the lost cities of the Kimberly, the tall thin mounds in the NT that line up north -south and the ones in this area of QLD seem to be a mixture - the things we do to keep ourselves amused. I have bought myself a new camera and ...