Lake Weyba Cottages Noosa

Address: 79 Clarendon Road, Noosa, Queensland, 4573, Australia | 5 star ranch
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This 5 star ranch, located on 79 Clarendon Road, Noosa, is near Noosa Farmers Market, Ikatan Balinese Spa & Gardens, Cooloola Safaris, and Coolum Beach.
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      Travel Blogs from Noosa

      Road tripping through Queensland

      A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Feb 01, 2015

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      ... by Bush Turkeys roaming through the camps. Some have had pretty massive spiders but luckily the kind that stay in their webs and not intent on sharing the bed with us!

      We have tended not to drive after dusk because of the risk of kangaroos jumping out towards our headlights which seems to be a common theme as we’ve seen more dead ones than living on the roadside! But we ...

      Day 13

      A travel blog entry by elewis9211 on Nov 04, 2014

      Had the worst nights sleep ever! Went to sleep around 10 to try and get a good nights sleep before we go camping and got woken up every hour or more! It was horrific!! So then we had to get up at 6.20am ready to be picked up at 7am. Then we traveled in our minibus to the river with some other people on the same tour as us. Then we had to put our bags in a barrel and carry them onto a boat ...


      A travel blog entry by kate_matt on Oct 04, 2014

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      ... we drove up, crossing the river by car ferry and found our campsite. The north of Noosa was so quiet conpared to the rest of it, mainly consisting of forest and an beautiful derelict beach that was absolutely massive. We chilled at our campsite, had a few beers and had a nice time with some of the cheekiest, friendliest birds I've ever seen! They were bright red, green and blue and we so keen for bread that they would happily land on you head or anywhere on your body for that matter, ...

      Lazy dayz

      A travel blog entry by mikaylalawler on Jun 30, 2014


      ... on the fire and got veges ready for dinner while everyone relaxed near the fire. We all had a lovely dinner thanks to dad and the help of mum. We got the wood-stove started and took our mattresses out of the caravan and put them upstairs. We got some candles started so we had some light to guide us. We sat toed into bed, mum blow out the candles and it was time for forty winks all round. (Forty winks means ...

      Australia Zoo

      A travel blog entry by oberon on Apr 24, 2014

      ... baby crocodiles. Emma spotted the Tasmanian Devils in the dark in their enclosure, they were quite active in the dark. We also saw the cassowaries, bintong (a southeast Asian bearcat) and of course plenty of crocodiles. Overall a great day at the zoo, would definitely recommend a visit and would come back again! After a shopping trip to Kawana to go to Kathmandu for new hiking boots for Natalie, we then headed to Buderim for pizza for ...