The Point Resort

Address: 19-25 The Esplanade, Bargara, Queensland, 4670, Australia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 19-25 The Esplanade, Bargara, is near Mon Repos.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Point Resort Bargara

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Bargara

Birthday, Booze and Flights of Fantasy

A travel blog entry by bobnant on Jun 11, 2015

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... of people there and we all enjoy a nice hour hearing about where everyone comes from and how long
they are staying. There seems to be a mix 50/50; travellers like us and those that come here every year to spend weeks or months. Bob and I can’t understand what the attraction is other than the brilliant owners, because the park is right on the outskirts of Bundaberg and not near beaches or attractions. We would certainly stay ...

Maryborough - Burnett Heads 132k

A travel blog entry by lynnstephenbell on Apr 19, 2015

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... automatic lighthouse in 1971 and the old lighthouse now sits in a memorial park next to the camp site. A beautiful sunny day so Steve got push bikes ready and we took a 7.5k ride along the coast line and back, stopping several times to take in the ...

Turtles!

A travel blog entry by marcandnat on Nov 24, 2014

19 photos

... capacity). And finally, the bar, where they were quite generous with the different rums we could try. We also tasted their mango rum butter (Lotte had a taste and promptly picked up another dipping stick and grabbed another mouthful before we saw what she was doing - good parenting 101). Altogether an enjoyable experience, though it is unlikely to turn me into a rum drinker.

For lunch we decided to go to Mon Repos, as it was supposed to be quite a pleasant ...

All the way to Hervey Bay

A travel blog entry by tntontour on Nov 08, 2014

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... to find more needing doing. Just discovered that the radar does not work which will cause problems travelling at night.

Tomorrow looks like being a full day of rough weather. Hopefully the reef will protect us a bit.

Heathers here!

A travel blog entry by suedavidescape on Sep 28, 2014

1 comment, 40 photos

... one dolphin, one turtle and our first ever sighting of a dugong, albeit a fleeting glimpse! We also passed through huge slicks of rust-colored or yellow-green streaks of phytoplankton which blooms in the Whitsunday area between August and October. This amazing little algae converts massive amounts of CO2 to oxygen and are responsible for enriching the marine environment.

We woke on Friday to another gorgeous day and after refueling at ...