Canopy Chalets

Address: 42 Yates St, Magnetic Island, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, 4819, Australia | Lodge
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This lodge, located on 42 Yates St, Magnetic Island, is near Gavin Ryan Studio.
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    Travel Blogs from Magnetic Island

    Meandering on Maggie

    A travel blog entry by steffielou on Aug 16, 2014

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    ... herself. I spent the next hour wandering down the beach front, under and over palm trees, watching people boating, jet skiing and swimming. I sat myself down with my book and took a look along the beach I had just walked down, it looked like something from a tropical paradise postcard. Sweeping golden sand, curved palms, glistening sea...I found myself sighing with just complete contentedness... can honestly I've not had that before! I headed over back towards the bus ...

    Ingham town.... the pub with no beer

    A travel blog entry by markandshirley on Jul 12, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos


    This morning was kicked off with some washing duties and a big breakfast, of course. Then we made a fairly long food shopping list and set off to the town of Ingham. (A trip in your honour Sarah Ingham!).

    We discovered that Ingham is famous for the Slim Dusty song "a pub with no beer" - Lee's Hotel has iconic status as the place where the poet Dan Sheahan wrote the lyrics for this famous song. The legend goes that in 1943, the ...

    A Magical Day on Magnetic Island

    A travel blog entry by kendra.towns on May 20, 2014

    13 photos

    ... last part of the ride was all in the bush and we saw lots of wallabies (I keep picturing a wombat every time someone says wallaby... If you don't know, wallabies look like mini kangaroos with black hands). There were also a ton of butterflies, all different sorts, colours and sizes. The whole ride was pretty incredible, totally worth the money we paid for it. There were only four of us on the ride, so it was nice and intimate. I was going to say it was nice ...

    Day 63 21.03.14

    A travel blog entry by daryl-sophie14 on Mar 21, 2014

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    Up around 9am! Breakfast and showered by 10. We headed down Stokes and Flinders St. and bought an umbrella as it was still raining before arriving at the 'Reef HQ' Great Barrier Reef Aquarium!! We arrived around half ten, It cost $53 for the two of us. The aquarium is the world's largest living coral reef aquarium! It took us a good hour and a half to walk around the whole exhibit, there was so much on display it was all very intriguing! The highlight being the ...

    Australia Day!

    A travel blog entry by sarahdoug96 on Feb 04, 2014

    22 photos

    ... in Maggie the night before too) so we hurried to our Hostel, Gilligans, to check in for the next 3 nights. We dumped our bags and headed out to get some food but a lot of places were shut so in the end we had a Chinese Buffet in one of the Night Markets. We headed back to the hostel afterwards and chatted to our room mates who were heading to NZ in the morning for a month, then coming back to Oz (to work) as they were planning on going to the World Cup in Brazil this year. Lucky sods!
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