Santai Retreat Apartments Casuarina Beach

9 Dianella Drive, Kingscliff, New South Wales, 2487, Australia | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 9 Dianella Drive, Kingscliff, is near Tropical Fruit World.
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    Travel Blogs from Kingscliff

    Anne Gabrielle, parking problems and tree snakes

    A travel blog entry by veronicas on Apr 08, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    Anne Gabrielle tutored me in French. Sometime around 1960. In Year 11 and 12 in high school, everyone had to make a choice, arts or sciences. I loved both but that was not an option. I chose sciences. A couple of years later, I decided to do an Arts Degree at Queensland University - there was only one university in Queensland in those days - and was told I was ineligible because I didn't have a foreign language as part of my matriculation. French had been one of those things ...

    Long-time Friends: Sue and Yolana

    A travel blog entry by veronicas on Apr 07, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... two elderly dogs were not too sure about Cody but they all seem to have settled into a mutual respect.

    We went for a couple of walks on the beach and Cody finally got some real exercise haring around with the wind blowing his ears back and his whiskers not far behind. He had the happiest grin on his face the whole time. In caravan parks I have to keep him on a lead so ...

    Hi/appy days

    A travel blog entry by shobden on Feb 01, 2014

    50 photos

    ... greeted by the owners and allocated a convenient site. P carefully reversed in only to be politely told that in Queensland, it is usual to park on the grass NEXT to the concrete pad rather than ON it, thus giving you a clear area on which to place picnic table and chairs. Lesson learnt. We’re not the only ones to have made the mistake though because we were told the same thing at the next site before we parked. The site was really quiet and, although ...

    Byron Bay

    A travel blog entry by laracamille on Jan 15, 2014

    ... the highest point in my walk, was good though even if it did make me realise how unfit I actually am!�� I have a feeling I'm going to ache tomorrow! Back to the hostel to get lunch which was pretty yummy. Then I walked down to the beach and done a little bit of sunbathing, after being fed up with sand and sun cream paste I came back and showered, was soo nice to wash the sand away! I noticed aswell ...

    NYE and Byron Bay

    A travel blog entry by raniaandlaura on Jan 05, 2014

    2 comments

    ... get up to go to the zoo, no one made it on a run. Most of us felt hideous but there was no vomit on the ferry so it was ok. The Banter baton had been passed on to other group members cos I was feeling pretty rough and didn't realise I had tucked my vest into my pants. We watched the seal show and the bird show which was fantastic, it was made even more impressive with the backdrop of the Opera House and The Bridge. We walked a lot and ate loads of crisps and saw ...