Toscana Village Resort

Address: 10 Golden Orchid Dr, Airlie Beach, Queensland, 4802, Australia | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 10 Golden Orchid Dr, Airlie Beach, is near Cruise Whitsundays, Whitehaven Express, The Roundhouse, and Shute Harbour.
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    Travel Blogs from Airlie Beach

    Another fantastic 3 days!!

    A travel blog entry by earthwanderers on Mar 28, 2015

    20 photos

    ... shoot. It was fun though! Then we headed back on board at half 11, for some wraps for lunch, and then set sail to head to a good snorkeling spot. We spent a few hours snorkeling which was so much fun. We saw so many big, and beautiful fish - including nemo! And on the way to the snorkeling spot, we saw turtles! The workers on board (who are all really nice) got out the slide, which was so much fun! So our afternoon was just brilliant! Miriam (a worker) drove the speed boat whilst ...

    Airlie Beach

    A travel blog entry by expendabelles on Mar 17, 2015

    2 photos

    ... up on ingredients for a stir fry. We checked into the hostel and found that Suze and I were in one 8 bed dorm and the others were next door which was slightly annoying. We both had really nice doom mates though so it didn't work out too badly. We were pleasantly surprised by how nice the dorms are, with 2 showers per room! Luxury! Suze and I began cooking after an embarrassingly long time spent trying to turn on the hob, and the outcome was pretty good for our ...

    The Outback: Very Dry in the 'Wet'

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Mar 12, 2015

    2 comments, 40 photos

    ... children do not seem to miss out in any way despite their isolation. They never have behavioural problems with their pupils and all the materials and work displayed showed kids who were very happy living in the Outback and enjoying their school life.

    The Home Tutor is often the mother but many families have governesses or 'Guvies' as they call them. One problem that does occur regularly is that as the 'Guvies' are under pressure to help their charges succeed they often do ...

    Whitsunday Islands

    A travel blog entry by sally2015 on Feb 26, 2015

    5 photos

    ... us with 'stinger suits' so that we could swim/snorkel (didn't see any jelly fish but it's apparently the season so they like to be safe), anyway these suits don't give the best look...probably most like 40 Teletubbies walking up the beach (they had a hood but I refused to put mine up!)! Fabulous day and one we won't forget in a hurry. P.S Mum says thanks for all the cards, pressies and lovely ...

    Hook Island - Whitsunday Island

    A travel blog entry by andytolley on Feb 25, 2015

    ... running to tell me. I'm not sure what it was exactly but it had the fins like a shark and it was thrashing about in the water, so maybe it had caught prey.

    After we had been collected from the vastly shrinking spit of sand (the tide was coming in) we set sail to Hook Passage, between the vast Whitsunday Island and Hook Island, where we slept for the night in the calm waters. Not in the water, on the boat - just in case that needs clearing ...