Diamond Sands Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Diamond Sands Resort Mermaid Beach
Travel Blogs from Mermaid Beach
... into the shopping centre and after a quick walk around the lower floor we dismissed Robina's centre as another small Australian mall, laid out much the same as all the others. When we went up we found that we were sorely mistaken. There was a fair bit more to Robina than we initially thought, but it still held little appeal. I think, having trained ourselves to pinch pennies and to not covet certain fashion items, ...
... petrol and took the vehicle back to Keith. We told him about the fridge not working so well, the table falling down all the time and the frying pan we had found put away in the cupboard with water in it. Keith told us stories of near deaths he has had through his life before we said our goodbyes and made our way to Fernvale back to the lovely cafe for a late lunch. Our drive back to the Gold Coast had us on motorways with commuter traffic, and as it was later in ...
... his footing and fell backward, half way down the entire challenge --- laughing hysterically the entire way. "Safety harness test -- check!". (Which sounds even funnier with a New Zealand accent).
We had a quick lunch under the trees in the meadow below .. and, it being 2pm, had to get underway to Natural Bridge. This turned out to be slightly farther than I had thought -- about 70km, but an hour and 20 minutes by the ...
... Inside the cave it was incredibly noisy and water was going everywhere so we managed to get soaked while sheltering from the rain. My favourite rainforest sound is the whip birds call - it sounds just like a ray gun and there were amazing trees which climb around another tree, killing it, and then carrying on growing with a hole all the way down the ...
... eat the packaging instead as it will have more texture and flavour! After lunch we drove further down the coast to Murwillumbah. Clearly we are getting into sugar cane territory as the cane field are extensive. In Murwillumbah we go for coffee in the Australia Cafe. This place is like something out of the 1960's with rows and rows of vinyl banquettes. No juke box though, that's been replaced by plasma screens showing real estate ads. The coffe ...