Boulia Desert Sands Motel

Herbert St., Queensland, 4829, Australia | Motel

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Great Ocean Road Pt2

A travel blog entry by raniaandlaura

... ROLFC. It wasn't as cold as we thought it would be and we got some good kip. We set the alarm early cos we are crazy and wanted to get up to watch the sunrise at the 12 apostles. Ash and Chloe weren't stupid enough to get up at the same time as us and stayed in bed. After some harsh braking we made it to the car park and walked down, thankfully most of the tourists were in bed and we didn't have to get too shirty with people hogging the best photo spaces. ...

Onwards to Queensland

A travel blog entry by rascals


... br> We spent a day in an around Bundaberg ( rum & sugar ), and went to a little place called Bagara about 8kms from Bundaberg it was on the coast but not a lot of beach because it was volcanic rock. It was our favourite spot and we found great cafes on the water with amazing views.

Agnes Water 19th - 25th May
As we drive in we are not disappointed, fantastic swimming and surf beach. Met Tom and Enid , friends of Bruce and Cheryl and ...

Grand Prix

A travel blog entry by strife-13


... purple Espirit jumper and cashmere pashmina. By the time the actual race started at 5 pm it was very cold. It kept looking like it would rain but luckily it held off. I'd bought a newspaper during the day so was very lucky to have a nice thick Domayne Furniture catalogue to sit on. The race went for 2 hours and our Australian came second so the crowd was very happy. Then all the General Admission savages (including us) ran out onto the race track towards ...

All good things must come to an end...

A travel blog entry by richyb

... line should be the MCG, as it's my iconic image of Melbourne. So my final tally for the trip was 1250, give or take a bit here and there in wrong turns. A great ride, so much fun and nothing but fond memories of it, it's an experience I won't forget and will bore people with the stories for years to come. Australians are the kindest people, I have been overwhelmed by the generosity of the people I've met, I haven't mentioned half of them, those who gave me directions, there ...

The cakes of St Kilda

A travel blog entry by wendywoostorer


... and tons of quaint tea shops and cafes on Acland (and our!) Street! It is also home to lots of live music venues, festivals and the famous Luna Park fairground. Similar to the Coney Island fairground style and built in 1912; it still operates today and is a huge attraction for locals and tourists alike. It's rollercoaster is allegedly the oldest continuously operated in the world and its very disconcerting to see the operator riding it with ...


This motel, located on Herbert St., Queensland, is near Ritidian Point, Myer, Dandenong Market, and Myuna Farm.
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