The Mirage Alexandra Headland

Address: 6 Mari Street, Alexandra Headland, Queensland, 4572, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 6 Mari Street, Alexandra Headland, is near Underwater World and HMAS Brisbane.
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    Travel Blogs from Alexandra Headland

    It's been weeks since my last confession

    A travel blog entry by melissafischer on Feb 17, 2015

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    ... I saw our future of diving together. Traveling to seek out blue water at far points of the earth. When they are teens and start to pull away, this is something we can do that will create a quiet, peaceful bond with nature and each other. Aha moment number 236.

    Our dives included bright blue star fish, sharks, manta rays, squid, sea snakes, and heaps (an over used Aussie word) of sea turtles. We must have seen close to 40 sea turtles by ...

    A holiday on holiday

    A travel blog entry by becsandbrett on Jan 11, 2015

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    ... us all the way up to the impressive volcanic plug Glasshouse Mountains where Greg's parents now have a farm. The plan to downsize from Noosa has taken them to a secluded 7 acre plot with galahs sitting in the huge old trees and a creek running along one boundary. We hadn't seen Glenys & Jeff since Christmas 2010 at their house in Noosa, so a couple of hours were spent catching up over coffee on the verandah; sampling ...

    From lake argyle to perigean beach

    A travel blog entry by emmery on Oct 29, 2014

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    ... with lots of mossies and Cloncurry where it actually rained! Mum had given us some very distant relatives address that lived just outside hughendun on a property called Dunluce. We managed to catch up with Ninian one evening and he suggested we come out to the property to have a look. It was fascinating, although in drought the stock looked good, we spent the morning helping with a bit of fencing. The area is famous for dinasors so the kids and ...

    A tour of Noosa

    A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... to arrive to prepare dinner - freshly caught fish! Justine and Kara were the main cooks, and they did a wonderful job, firstly feeding all the children before then cooking for the adults. I don't know now the did it all in such good time, especially when there were little ones toddling around their legs! As soon as they had eaten, Chris and Justine headed out to the aquarium room to start packaging up ...

    Canoe Tour around the Everglades

    A travel blog entry by edddadams on Apr 18, 2014

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    ... other. Glided upstream through the thick mangrove river, tannin water to Harry's Hutt some 5kms upstream. Went for a swim naively; as bull sharks lurked in the waters. Known nationally as one of the most deadliest sharks. Arrived at the jetty to Harry's Hut for lunch. Steak and salad all round, really good food. On par with a flagship cruise restaurant. Fed the catfish after lunch. Large gormless looking fish, with overly sized ...