The Bluff Palms Hotel

Cnr North & Lucie Streets, Bluff, Queensland, Australia | Hotel
 

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Hidden gem!

A travel blog entry by julia.clarkin

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... 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 ...

Dingo

A travel blog entry by lindann

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... 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 ...

Blackwater

A travel blog entry by wadeyfamtravels

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... and ready for the next leg of our journey the next day.



BEDFORD WEIR

A large area with plenty of shade, quite a popular spot. Caretakers are on site and host a happy hour on Wednesdays and Sundays for $10 they provide homemade breads and soups, you provide the bowl,spoon, mug. Amenaties are clean just a few little bugs you may have to shower with. Water and dump point available.
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DAY 195 - AGNES WATER TO DINGO - FROGS IN THE BOGS

A travel blog entry by kangarog

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After brekky we hit the road. We had decided to make the journey up as far as Townsville inland. To be honest this part of Australia hasn't lived up to expectations. The general scenery and feel of the country hasn't been as good since we left Sydney. I think that this is due in part to this side of Australia being one of the busiest and commercialised parts of the country. We much prefer the quieter and more laid back places. By going inland now we ...

AN OASIS ABOVE THE FLAT PLAINS OF CENTRAL QLD

A travel blog entry by kathandsheila

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JOURNEY: Duaringa to the National Park 100KMS

WEATHER: Warm and sunny to cloudy and misty

Because of the short distance we had to travel to the national park, we did not leave Duaringa until midday.




Must admit we had never heard of this park until we reached the area- seems Carnarvon Gorge gets most of ...

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