South Pacific Resort Noosa
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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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Having a great time in Noosa. Noosa has been a great place to stop in. It is a small beach town and a great place to relax.
While here I met some amazing people, went to the beach, went surfing, and went on a coastal walk. The place is beautiful.
Tomorrow I start my Fraser Island trip. Fraser island is the biggest all sand island. I will be spending 3 days and 2 nights on the island driving a 4x4 trunk with a guided group.
We went further up the coast to check out Noosa. It's a popular holiday place, and because of easter it was full of family with kids. It's a bit like Byron Bay, with a good surf and nice nature, but in the same time very different. The people here drink champagne instead of beer and walk in high heels instead of flip flops. So not ...
... King) and I had chicken nuggets and chips for just 3 dollars!! So cheap! Anyway, now on to today!!!!!!! So although we felt a bit tired when we first woke up, and in the coach there, we soon woke up when we arrived! The zoo was fab! We spent the first couple of hours exploring the different areas - the zoo is huge! We fed some kangaroos, and spent a good half hour there (and then did it again later too, hehe!) - I love them so much! Jonny was so ...
Day 15 25th December Christmas Day. Got up made breakfast, salmon and scrambled eggs on muffins (we may be backpacking but our standards haven't slipped) then headed down to the beach for photos and a swim, the surf was rough mind, great for the surfers but not for swimming, it knocked you around a bit. We then took a drive in the sun listening to Christmas songs and took a walk along the river which was so nice, loads of family's out in the sun with ...
... was a wild
snake of about 12 inches. I know everyone says that but you’ll just have to
believe me!! It was a light brown colour and wiggled its way out of our reach
and photographic scope rapidly. So I have drawn you one so you can see what it
Perhaps lucky that she didn’t grab it as it was likely to be
a poisonous variety!
Our last stop was a café on a terraced veranda so it nests
amongst the tree tops. ...