Susan River Homestead Adventure Resort

Address: PO Box 516, Maryborough, Hervey Bay, Queensland, 4655, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on PO Box 516, Maryborough, Hervey Bay, is near Tasman Venture.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Susan River Homestead Adventure Resort Hervey Bay

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Hervey Bay

As close to paradise as we have been!!

A travel blog entry by hogstock on Oct 19, 2015

2 comments, 104 photos

... off to lake wabby. Aimee jumped in Robs car to have a drive across the wet sand so was quite easy going and not too far! She didn't get stuck or break any cars because she is a more experienced driver then me. Really!!!
Again the drive was enjoyable especially when we hit the beach as we got to use 3rd and 4th gear !! Lake wabby is another perch lake up on one of the highest sand dunes on the island. This meant we had a 40 min walk to reach it which ...

Woodgate Beach to Hervey Bay

A travel blog entry by doingalapofoz on Oct 17, 2015

15 photos

... 8211; but didn’t see anything other than tiddlers being caught!

Later in the morning we drove out to the nearby towns of Burrum Heads and Toogoom. Burrum Heads was quite nice and we added it to the list of places to stay next time around. Whilst there was very little at Toogoom to attract a return visit!! We then took Aero back to the park, so that we could pop out and do some shopping. First up though was lunch (fish ...

Fraser Island Day 3: Lake Mac, muddy track & back

A travel blog entry by matthewbooth on Aug 28, 2015

10 photos

... back across and a short drive brought us to the hostel signalling the end of our adventure. Checking in again to a new dorm room which had an ensuite shower was perfect, and after both having ridiculously long overdue washes, felt much fresher and nicer to head out into Hervey Bay for the late afternoon and evening. A quick trip to the supermarket for some breakfast items before deciding upon a nice fish and chip tea: haddock and chips for me, while Gemma went for the ...

Days 55, 56 & 57. Hervey Bay

A travel blog entry by sammy64 on Aug 22, 2015

5 photos

... for my mayo, almond butter and paleo muesli. I feel human again after weeks in the outback! Back for Brad's nap and a 9.5km walk for me. The walking/cycling paths along The Esplanade are excellent and so is the beach for walking. I headed South along the beach and out to Urangan Wharf which was used to load produce in the 1800s. It's 1.124km long and was full of people fishing. Back along the path and beach and then a quick peruse of the ...

Fraser Island

A travel blog entry by mikecharl on Aug 21, 2015

1 comment, 32 photos

... to Inskip point, where you drive the car onto the barge that takes you on a 10 min trip across the water to Fraser Island. Much to my surprise, Mike has not done his regular revision and finds the trip is taking way longer than expected. The clock is ticking and we can’t speed as it is dark and there could be roos or wild Brumbies on the road. 5.55 am we pull up to the beach entrance where everyone is deflating their tyres to drive onto the beach. So we both jump out ...