Plantation Resort at Rainbow

Address: 1 Rainbow Beach Road, Rainbow Beach, Cooloola National Park, Queensland, 4581, Australia | 5 star lodge
 
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This 5 star lodge is located on 1 Rainbow Beach Road, Rainbow Beach.
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      Rainbow Beach

      A travel blog entry by joshandjenn on Apr 02, 2015

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      2nd April - We depart from the group to check into our hostel. After two days of wet camping we want a bit more luxury than a bunk bed and our wish is granted! We have overbooked the dorms so we have a free upgraded to a private room! So nice to be able to have room to hang out all of our wet clothes and relax in peace for a few hours. We all head over to the sports club for a farewell meal. It's so nice how many good friends everyone has made on the trip and to see Jimmy out ...

      Not a Rainbow Beach

      A travel blog entry by codie on Apr 01, 2015

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      ... some pictures then headed back to the hostel…


      Sat and talked to the 2 news girls that were in our room, they’d just got back form Fraser Island and were leaving that night. They went for food so decided we’d go make food too.
      Was rather busy, so ate then returned to the room after using the internet for a bit. The girls had gone to catch their bus. Ari went for ...

      Rainbow Beach

      A travel blog entry by joshandjenn on Mar 29, 2015

      ... driving and there was more chance that I would be able to get a bit more food if the girls didn't eat their rations. But then the dreaded conversation of what music was going to be played in the car took over everything else! This could be a character building exercise for me. We had our safety briefing which was basically a chance for the staff to scare us into believing we were going to roll the car and get attacked by dingoes. But ...

      FRASER ISLAND !!!!!

      A travel blog entry by earthwanderers on Mar 23, 2015

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      ... I shared a two man tent - it was fairly big though. The kitchen area was a nightmare though, as it was so packed. Imagine 64 people trying to cook at the same time. 2 groups share a kitchen, so per group (per tour guide) there are 32 people as there are 4 cars which hold 8 people. And our group arrived last, as the drive from Lake Mckenzie is fairly long, so the other group were already cooking, but we were so hungry, and the shower queue was big so we wanted to ...

      Fraser Island - dingos, fresh water lakes & creeks

      A travel blog entry by haddons on Mar 02, 2015

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      We had to get up at 4.45am this morning to get to the start of a tour to Fraser Island by 6am. Fraser Island is the largest sand Island in the world. It is 125km long and 22km wide at it's widest point and rises to 250m, it is covered in rainforest which grows entirely in sand. It's a haven for birds approx 200 birds and also has a variety of Ozzie animals most notably a pure strain of dingo. We were in a ...