South Pacific Resort Noosa
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSouth Pacific Resort Noosa
very nice, good facilities and great swimming pools, the apartments are very good.
the women at check-in is miserable and next to useless
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... I enjoyed babysitting Connor in the evening whilst Kat and Trent went out to celebrate her birthday
Another highlight was renting a boat for a couple of hours one afternoon. The lads were in charge of the boat after a quick lesson from the boat hire company. There was some interesting moments getting the girls and Connor in to the boat as there were no ropes to allow us to hook up at the jetties !! The girls got a go at steering and we pottered around the inland canals ...
Barbs home Dept 9.30 Wide double highway Pine trees++++ All big vehicles - tip trucks on road 1pm Jasper national park Mountains immediately appear high jagger end mtn peaks behind the pine trees Distinct tree line Mountains snow covered 8mths a year No snow on mtn at present Train in opposite direction seemed to go for miles! Boat cruise on Moraine Lake trees 250 yrs ...
... the highest point on the Island. This gave us impressive views of the coastline either side of us with a 50 metre sheer drop to the ocean below us. We also managed to see a couple of whales again, this time a little bit closer! The next destination was a shipwreck on the beach of an old six-storey cruise ship. The ship was lost by the Japanese as they tried to bring it back to their country from Sydney but were hit by terrible weather. The wreck has been destroyed ...
... lives in jeopardy! Jellyfish, sharks and snakes were to name a few and we even had to be careful of Koala’s venturing onto the road! There should be a sign for biting ants as a huge one bit me so hard it left puncture holes in my hand! Luckily we are getting used to the perils of Australia now so they don’t phase us too much...eeek!
Whilst travelling down the start ...
... odds with the reality of the environment and lifestyle. Still, its a good excuse to sell stuff.
Kathryn and I have both ruefully observed how the kids have taken to the Aussie way of life. Will we find ourselves abandoned in our dotage by our children as they emigrate down-under to work as surf-instructors? Does that matter? So long as they provide first-class return tickets regularly....