Comfort Inn Blue Shades

Address: 35-39 Ferry Street, Maryborough, Queensland, 4650, Australia | 4 star motel
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This 4 star motel, located on 35-39 Ferry Street, Maryborough, is near City Botanic Gardens.
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      A memorable day

      A travel blog entry by karen.yardley.3 on Nov 12, 2014

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      ... on the 75 mile beach, it is the islands main road, with speed limits, in fact the police had pulled someone over. We went along the shoreline as it was smooth, just catching the odd wave creating a spray. The coach in front copied. We pulled over as Barry spotted a Dingo, 4 year old male. They are the purest and won't mate with domestic dogs. The dingoes are tagged, numbers have reduced 500 down to 100, 7 killed this ...

      No other place like it

      A travel blog entry by gusmackie on Oct 21, 2014

      5 photos

      ... use… a bed. I always like the idea of being able to pull up and sleep anywhere and tonight I needed to. The nearest campsite was over an hour away. Only resorts at Kingifsher Bay and I needed to catch the first ferry for the morning to get back to the Mechanic in Maroochydoor for them to fit my suspension. So I pulled up at the perfect spot which was under some trees near the jetty and just so happened to be a designated line up car park for the barge. Perfect.


      Hervey Bay

      A travel blog entry by gowerexplorers on Aug 18, 2014

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      It’s Andy’s birthday and we’re picked up outside our apartment at 7.30am for a tour of Fraser Island. The Sun is shining on a lovely morning as we take the half hour ferry crossing from River Heads to Fraser Island whilst watching a couple of dolphins playing around in the estuary. Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world, a world heritage site and host to unique and diverse wildlife. We were ...


      A travel blog entry by hippofarmerqld on Aug 01, 2014

      ... many countries on this tour, which added a lot of variety, both of us would prefer to do just one country at a time in future. You can learn a few phases in the language and be more accepted by the locals. Wendy suggests that 7 weeks is too long and 5 weeks is probably better. She further suggested that the daily length be kept to 60km wherever possible and that at least 2 nights be spent at each stop, except where there is really nothing of interest to see in that town or near ...

      Getting further North

      A travel blog entry by dennisozexplore on Jul 19, 2014

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      ... a fun time for everyone.

      Lachlan and the boys had fun swimming in the pool's and soaking it up in the spa. Still not hot enough for me to go in the water.

      The night ended up with Friday night fish and chips. The only time people are generous with the size of the fish is when they charge you by weight. Beautiful fish -you get what you pay for.

      Matt, Bec, Cooper, Charlie and Maddie flew home today. It was so nice having ...