Tree Houses of Montville
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- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... and to maintain the growing number of animals in the zoo.
In 1982, the park was renamed the Queensland Reptile and Fauna Park and
the area was doubled with the purchase of another 4 acres (1.6 ha). In
1987, the Crocodile Environmental Park ...
Nia jumped out of bed to "pinch punch" us and declared she had nothing to wear. True she has grown and some of her clothes are looking s bit shabby. Opposite the apartment is a trendy surf brands shop which has an end of summer sale so she snapped up a few cool après ...
... This time we did the tour from the south and headed for Maleny. We drove into the Hinterland along the Blackall Range Tourist Highway. Maleny had several galleries with interesting art work. The woodworks at the David Linten gallery were amazing. We also bought some souvenirs at a local store. Then on to Montville. The Main Street of Montville was under construction but there were a number of galleries that ...
Got picked up by the tour bus at 7.15am for our trip to Fraser Island crossed the half hour causeway to the Island all without incident. Boarded our 40 seater 4 wheel drive tour bus for our adventure across the deep sandy roads of Fraser through the rain Forrest and onto the 75 mile beach on the eastern side. All things extremely bumpy and it was a good job we hadn't had breakfast caus we probably would have lost it anyway. Got to see a wreck of an ocean ...
... golf and sitting at the surf club in Coolum having a beer, Charlene and I took the kids to the botanic gardens just across the lake from her place. We had fish and chips for lunch and the kids played on the playground for a bit. We were actually looking out at Charlene's place while we ate lunch! We then went for a bit of a wander round the gardens which were ...