The Point Resort

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

Day 6 Elliott Heads

A travel blog entry by franandallan on Sep 20, 2015

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... soon. There was a shooting at the cafe on the beach here last night someone fired shots into the cafe it was closed thankfully then shot a car parked in the van park opposite. Pleased we were parked up the other end of the park. Luckily no one was hurt, but no one saw anything.don't know what time it happened we saw the TV cameras at the cafe when we left to go to Heather and Gregs this morning didn't know what it was ...

Bargara to Elliott Heads

A travel blog entry by thejoiners on Aug 18, 2015

... from WA, Jarrod and Chloe were wrapped as they didn't have to pay extra for their 2 kids, Aiden and Isabel. Another lovely couple Ted and Dorothy from near Brisbane, real characters. He lost his eye as he cancer in it, he also told us a funny story of taking off once thinking she was in the car next to him, but when she didn't ...

6th July to 3rd Aug 2015

A travel blog entry by tricia.clark on Aug 03, 2015

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... particular day, approx 320 kilometre round trip back to caravan park. Started with the Mystery Craters at South Kolan, which are 35 craters, 25 million years old. Their location, origin and unique mixture have baffled international geologists and still remain a world-proclaimed unsolved mystery.
Traveled on to another fascinating site called called the Boolboonda Tunnel, which is 192 metre tunnel carved out of rock, unlined and unsupported and constructed from 1883 - 1884. The ...

More time in Bundaberg

A travel blog entry by bernieandpeter on Jul 15, 2015

In the afternoon we went to a dance at the Bundaberg Senior Citizens Club where Gary and Geoff provide the music and dance programme. It cost $5 each and includes afternoon tea. We knew a fair few of the dances, Vernier cooked the creamy salmon and veggies ...

Gladstone and Bundaberg

A travel blog entry by heathervdv on Jul 03, 2015

1 comment, 15 photos

... milling is the black sticky syrup molasses. This is piped from the mill next door to the Bundaberg Distilling Company where the famous rum is made. Bundaberg is unique as it is the only place where the entire range of sugar production occurs - growing, milling, refining, distilling and tasting. Research into sugar cane is also carried out in Bundaberg.

After wandering down the Main Street of Bundaberg, we went out to Hummock Hill to see ...