TripAdvisor Reviews Sundowner Gladstone
Travel Blogs from Gladstone
... on the passenger seat, “we left the chair and table” “there’s no time to save them now, we have to leave them behind”… now a safe twenty metres away we made a stealthy retreat for our lost comrades and set up once again.
Feeling rather hot after this event, we decided to make use of the holiday parks swimming pool and with a brand new fancy smiley face bouncy ball to play with we were itching to get in. As ...
... the increasing sound of batting wings and my instinct snapped to attention, telling me to run for cover.
Safe against the house I turned, indignant, to face my attacker. How dare it ambush me safe on my own land! I waved my arms and shouted angrily, gaining ground forward and impressing on this meagre bird my human power.
Confidence surged through me and I took pleasure in the battle. But suddenly I was ...
Today we are moving on again. Travelling down to Gladstone where Ash's dad works. It is not that far to travel about 470 kms so let's go. Start off at 100kms, road works slow down to 80kms, down to 60kms, down to 40kms, bloody hell will we ever get there. Lunch time stop is Rockhampton and we have a nice walk around and then back into the car. Again roadworks most of the way - very frustrating. ...
... the strong winds. Had drinks with Lou and Tom as we watched another spectacular sunset and were visited by dolphins.
Saturday started cold and windy but David and I braved the weather and heading off for a walk while our lazy traveling companions relaxed. We headed off for Aircraft Beach which is a magnificent beach between Clews Point and Bustard Head. At one end of the beach there is a 'survivor's camp' where small groups of mainly ...
... just south west of Rockhampton. We found that the Royal Hotel in town has a big field out the back where you can camp for free for up to three days. We parked the van and went into the pub for a look. The publican said the kids were fine to come in so we stayed a while, played a game of pool, and then headed out to the van for showers and some dinner.
It's State of Origin tonight and we have no TV reception in the van! Not sure what we are gonna ...
Other places to stay in Gladstone
100 Goondoon Street , Gladstone | 4 star hotelfrom $123
22-24 Roseberry Street, Gladstone | 3 star hotelfrom $122
166 Auckland Street, Gladstone | Hotelfrom $133
20 - 24 William St., Gladstone | Hotelfrom $101