Rosevale Retreat Hotel

Address: 903 Rosevale Road, Brisbane, Queensland, 4340, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 903 Rosevale Road, Brisbane, is near Mount Walker.
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Brisbane and surrounds

A travel blog entry by lucyliamontour on May 02, 2015

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... we made the most of the empty queue on our second visit there after the easter holidays with 6 consecutive rides! The superman ride was also pretty awesome! Lucy was not quite so brave at wet n wild though. She was more than happy to go on the slides with double dingys so we went down together (but needed persuading for the kamikaze!), however, on the single 'drop' slide from quite a height Liam was left to experience this on his own little exploration around the ...

Painful Decision

A travel blog entry by cth-road on Mar 30, 2015

3 comments, 14 photos

... Planet exists)
4. Country has been hit by cyclone Pam. Government annouced state of emergency. Many key roads are still closed down. Even the cruise ships trips around PNG have been cancelled.
5. Too expensive. Organized roundtrips for May to Aug cost between 5,000-7,000 A$ for 10 days without the flights to and from PNG. Doing the math, that is 430 EUR per day on average!!!!
6. End of rainy season, but still raining every day heavily.

In a nutshell, I ...

Crikey! What a Zoo!

A travel blog entry by crawfordrg on Mar 11, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... seats 5000 people, and cost $52M. Nice place. Great show. It continues to be run by his wife and kids.

After just over an hour’s drive we got to the zoo. Once you get in, there are a number of animal handlers with various birds and reptiles hanging around. You can take pictures, touch, or hold the animals (for the most part, but raptors maybe not). The place is clean, well organized, lush, well maintained, and low key. Since we had 5 hours there ...

Brisbane and the Gold Coast

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Feb 07, 2015

25 photos

... was failing us again at Surfers Paradise with no suggestions of where to stay. The hostels were too expensive and the free rest areas too far away on the freeway. We wanted to be close to the nightlife and the action. So this was the first time we 'freestyle camped' in a residential area next to a local park. The park was perfect as it had a toilet, drinking water, wash facilities and a view over ...

Lowood - Catching up with friends

A travel blog entry by hyndsite on Jan 09, 2015

48 photos

... we went to the Somerset and Wivenhoe Dams. Great picnic areas at these dams and all manner of boating is allowed on the Somerset Dam. Kids are catered for by way of playgrounds. As you can imagine they are very popular during summer. As we travelled to and from the dams Rob pointed out what areas were affected by the Brisbane floods that resulted from having to relieve the pressure on the dams.

Went to Toowoomba for the day. First stop was Picnic Point a ...