The Bluff Palms Hotel

Address: Cnr North & Lucie Streets, Bluff, Queensland, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Cnr North & Lucie Streets, Bluff.
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        Travel Blogs from Bluff

        Sapphires before a stop in Blackwater

        A travel blog entry by leonajim on Sep 16, 2015

        3 photos

        ... to get a bit of groceries and fuel. Then finally on to Blackwater. That last bit we must have been in peak hour... Heaps of traffic and everyone in a rush. Narelle, John and Josh and Grace were pleased to see us. We all had dinner together that night. Next day Jim did a few jobs around the place. John had to teach that day. Narelle and I just chatted a while, and the girls had fun together. They were all away Friday for a ...

        Day 48 Blackwater

        A travel blog entry by sammy64 on Aug 15, 2015

        2 photos

        ... our stopping point but Brad still felt like driving so we continued on through the irrigated fields of Emerald to the coal mines of Blackwater. The journey wasn't very memorable today except we did pass through a place called Bogantungan. There are no words for this! Tomorrow we continue to the ocean! I can't say I'll miss the red dust that settles on everything and jiggles itself loose every time we go over a bump. Eventually my handyvac and wet wipes will get it ...

        Day 6

        A travel blog entry by nimazali on Apr 27, 2015

        20 photos

        ... asleep in the carrier, I left Matt and Zach at the lookout and continued down 240 stairs to the bottom of the falls which was quite nice. It would have been ...

        Hidden gem!

        A travel blog entry by julia.clarkin on May 20, 2014

        1 comment, 47 photos

        ... 2000 I believe, however a lower socioeconomic status is still plain to see.
        After Woorabinda it started to drizzle then I found myself in real rain - the first and only time it's rained out here since I've been here.
        Despite this, I thought I may as well continue for a look and hope for a sunny day to follow.

        I arrived at Blackdown after dodging the cattle on the road and winding my way up 890m of the range rise, the gentle rain actually made the ...


        A travel blog entry by lindann on Apr 04, 2014

        9 photos

        ... road to the top with a fantastic lookout over the area. When we stopped for lunch it was much cooler than it had been in Dingo. The currawongs came to eat some crumbs we threw for them. The rest of the afternoon we read then walked down to look at the dingo statue on the way a lady asked if we had seen her black chook it was missing. We didn’t have TV or internet coverage so watched ...