Club Croc Hotel Airlie Beach
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClub Croc Hotel Airlie Beach
A fine place to stay. A little tired and a little shabby, but it has a pool that kept my kids happy. A drive into Airlie Beach proper, but a good location and the price is right.
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Just a quick note to say that we stayed at Club Croc and met a lovely family from Mackay, Australia. As always, our kids adore meeting other kids wherever we go, and Club Croc was no different.
We met Kiva and her parents Finn and Shane and her baby brother Oren. We enjoyed their company and we wish them all the best.
... learn how to scuba dive. After lunch, we sailed back to Airlie Beach and arrived there shortly before noon. The trip was really great and the Whitsundays were beautiful! The only thing bad I can say about the trip is that most of the other passengers were a lot younger than us (most were between 19 and 22 or so). I´m 30, and Giacomo is close to 40, so we were by far the oldest of the passengers. But it was still lots of fun, and the other passengers were ...
... saying we would pay for damages to the car as a group which I found ridiculous as I wasn't even driving. I decided not to, because my license was in my pink bag somewhere on a coach and I'm not exactly good in new driving terrains. The whole island is made from sand so I knew it would be really difficult so thought best to not bother. After the talk that seemed to go on a lot longer than necessary we walked to the nearest supermarket and chipped in together for food for the 3 days, ...
... for On Ice. After introductions, Becky and laura from London - yes another laura which did get a little confusing on board - sat with us and again we started to spy on who else could be joining us. Again we were approached by another couple, this time from San Francisco - Dallas and Cynthia. Eventually the last member of our group turned up, and was a Scottish guy called Alan. Our skipper for the trip showed up shortly after that and introduced herself as Kat and said that we were ...
... t seen a single koala thus far so we thought this might be our only chance. Kristen got to hold the cute little koala and fell in love instantly. He was so soft and cuddly and he clung to her like his life depended on it. She even ran back to our hotel to change her grey shirt for a colour so as to not blend in with the grey koala. Kristen is a true animal lover, but I don't think I've ever seen a bigger smile on her face. I thought he was pretty amazing too. Hopefully we ...