Kondari Resort Hervey Bay
Travel Blogs from Urangan
... air and then all he could get out was "it tastes like leaves" hehehehe!! i thought it was pretty funny and after seeing his reaction decided to stay with just my feet in the water!!
That evening we had dinner...also quite like camp food but we were allowed alcohol and we went for a walk with the guide to look at the stars on the beach. It got quite cold in the evening and of course we were not prepared for that so we had a couple more beers and went to bed!!
An early start and over to the marina for 7.30 to board the ship. Before we got on board the captain warned us he expected it to be a bit rough and if anyone wanted to change their time for another day they could do so. Not the news we wanted to hear! Anyway decided it would be ok and off we set. Breakfast was interesting as the boat rocked about. After a while the boat slowed as they had spotted a mother and baby. All we managed to see was the tail. They disappeared so ...
... vegetated area at the heart of the island. Our guide took us around, pointing out the various different types of tree along the way, and led us to the crystal clear creek at the bottom of the hill. We stopped off for morning tea before heading to the beach, which is 75 miles long from start to finish. The island is famous for it's pure dingo population and the beach is the best place to see them, as well as whales, sea eagles and various other wildlife. You are not allowed ...
OMG! What a day! We set off this morning on a beautiful boat way out to sea in order to spot humpback whales and we were not disappointed! We first saw them at a distance but before long we could almost touch them as they swam so close to the boat. The attached photos are exactly as we saw them...that close! Truly magical experience we will always remember! We were out all day and returned a bit sun kissed and wind burnt but very happy, ready for dinner ...
... resist buying a massive chocolate doughnut! We headed to the 'pinnacles' - these were huge sand formations that were naturally formed. Whilst here we also had an amazing view of the sea, clear blue water and waves crashing against the shore. We then headed to the shipwreck, which was abandoned by the Japanese. This was amazing to see but unfortunately it is gradually eroding away due to the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking