Cedar Creek Lodges
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCedar Creek Lodges Mount Tamborine
Pleasant lodge with log fire which we shared with friends. Dinner and breakfast very nice. Great place for family break.
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Travel Blogs from Mount Tamborine
... to bring home I may of bought something! Hah! But a clock, May not survive the trip back! Went on a quick little circuit to find a little waterfall! And on route I found a climb that I just had to climb! Ha! I couldn't help myself, it was calling out to me! ;) When I was home and looking up activities I wanted to do here in Australia, I found a tree top course, zip lines and such like Tree-Go ...
... beast. Crocodiles are phenomenally successful creatures, engineered so well that they have remained mostly unchanged for dozens of millions of years. Saltwater crocodiles are the world's largest extant reptile and pose the greatest threat to humans of all crocodiles or alligators. In the cool forested area on the edge of the sanctuary were the tree kangaroos. They beautiful orange and black bundles of fur can jump 18 metres down from tree to floor. Next door were ...
... the beach. We had to get our "beach fill" before heading to the rainforest.
Which is where we are now - Mount Tamborine. Of course we had to have another driving "adventure" on our way here. This time we got pulled over by a police officer for not signalling in the round-about. Who knew? And because we had no idea we were supposed to signal, the officer let us off. Thank goodness for that! We're just not used to round-abouts back at ...
... floats with dancers and singers, cars and motor bikes, life savers (in their 60’s costumes) and celebrities like FJ Holden, Wilbur Wilde, Izy Dye, Denise Drysdale just to name a few. Watching the dancers you could only wish that we had learnt to dance that way. Craig loved seeing the cars and appreciated just how much work had gone into them.
The Occy Grommets competition was held at D’bah and we spent many days on the beach watching friends ...
... for a delivery date. We, on the other hand, are nice a cruisy, still want the camper as soon as possible. However our thinking is let Chris do his magnificent job and why hurry him along. In the scheme of things another week or two isn't going to be of bother. Mind that doesn't stop the itchy feet syndrome. We have now moved the Webasto installation to July 4th.
Chris, has, as usual delivered a weeks worth of fine and detailed work. ...