South Pacific Resort Noosa
- 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 know its been awhile since I've written! I guess lots has happened in the last two months! None of which I can complain about! :) life took a nice curve and I'm just happy to see where it takes me!
I've gone to the Zoo twice now! And hopefully a few more times! We bough annual passes as you only have to go twice and you've got ...
In the distance we could see what looked like a dormant Volcano smoking, we later found out it was actually a forest fire on the side of it.
Next stop Sunshine beach, recommended by Luke. Weaving through residential roads, we found a path to the beach. Again a large expanse of sand which never gets crowded. Beautiful sapphire clear water of the Pacific, make great surfing. A man parked up at the same time ...
Their winter is super nice!!! :) Cant complain there!!
Do you ever have that feeling in life you're exactly where you're meant to be? It's funny, I'm thousands of kilometers away from everyone I know but I feel that I am exactly where I'm meant to be! Sometimes you have to do things in life that are the unexpected, or unplanned, or the things you've never had the guts to do!
Hey, I get to sit on a beach and read.. :)
... in at Laguna Jacks for some lunch. We sat up on the balcony which overlooks the street. We had some lovely food (Wagyu beef burger with fries and Cajun chicken with mango salsa). We talked about New Zealand and planning our trip there which we are very excited about. After lunch we hopped back on the bus to Noosa Junction just for a little mooch around and to sit in ...
... renowned stingers of the North East. It was a
good, relaxing day in the sun before another drive to Rockhampton. It
might seem we are driving more days this half of Oz, but it is
because the drives to main areas we wanted to see were long 8 hour
ones, so instead we stop for a night halfway to break the drive. It
also meant we got to see Rockhampton's free botanical garden and mini
zoo! Continuing up, we soon made it to Airlie beach and after