South Pacific Resort Noosa
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Boza - potted about and had a swim in the pool with the kids then decided to go to sunshine beach, when we got there it was quite a long beach and we were near the surf club and the surf rescue flags
Nic n i decided to walk along the beach to a headland and have a walk around, Frankie came with us and it was about half a mile to the …
... got the leftovers.
I managed to catch 2 decent size bream. They were under the size limits to take home. So I released the first one.....oops Pelican bombed it straight away. The second Shirley did the distraction trick which worked. I can't wait to get up early and test my little boat. The engine is from 1975 almost the year of my birth.....wish us luck :-)
To be continued
Vandaag begonnen we met een wandeling ...
... to gobble down how slices of bread. Back on the tour boat floated back down stream to meet up with the other group who were now on canoes. Arrived at the original island, walked around Fig Tree point, a walkway through the eucalyptus forest. Huge Mosquitos returned with vengeance. All covered in bites we got back on the boat and returned to Noosa Heads. Strolled along Noosa beach, waatched the sunset by the mouth of the river. Walked ...
... itching to hashtag. Wish list ticked, we spent the rest of the day marvelling at terrifying tigers, docile dingos, jubilant giraffes, and cranky crocs. We even saw a crocodile show and recoiled as the keeper taunted Weiper, a fully grown male croc, who came snapping out of his murky lair to crunch the head of a poor unfortunate (thankfully dead) pig. We waited a while for lunch after that... In keeping with the Zoo's open ...
... us. A 20 min walk to the local supermarket Coles we did our shop for our stay. Bass fish and chili con carne on the menu and alot of fruit we lugged it all home. As we were walking back we here some rustleing from the bushes. Right infront of our very own eyes a Koala Bear strolls out onto the path infront of us and proceeds to cross the road not giving a care in the world about the car coming round the corner. An amazing experience of the wildlife, we knew we were going ...
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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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