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.
... I think the tantrums are probably getting to us more because we haven't had any time solo since we were in Borneo and by that I mean anytime. The three of us are in each other's pockets constantly which is wonderful but we all need a little space too, normally you'd walk to the shops, go for a run/gym sesh or class or go out for a drink or something solo every week. It must be even more crazy for Mike as he'd have his commute every day to be solo, time at work etc. I ...
... from rainforest to reef to stunning beach in no time. Our journey to Hamilton Island was a smooth one with a bit of Cairns early morning commuter traffic to deal with and some rather comedy bag re packing and Rafe changing in the boot and car park. The flight was a beautiful ride in itself over the ocean seeing sections of the reef. We couldn't believe it when we got here everything is so organised and well oiled. We hopped on a bus at the airport that took us straight to ...
... Ks down the road we come to Monties on the reef. We drive in. Park and walk to where the action seemed to be. There is a cafe or restaurant there with a few people sitting around but it didn't feel welcoming for some reason. So a quick look and return to Terro to move on. We only have to drive three hundred metres to Cape Gloucester Eco Park. We get Terro under a nice bit of shade and walk into the main area which is entirely open. As we turn the corner a beaut bar and coffee ...
First day on the boat was a chilled out one, we reached our anchoring destination at 4pm and some people went for a swim (the sun was going to be setting soon so I thought I'd stay warm and not jump in haha.) We had a chilled night drank some goon, played some drinking games. 6.30am wake up call! Brekkie and we sailed to Whitsundays beach! The sand was so fine and white, softest sand ever!! We met up with the clipper and got into teams, first was tug of war which ...