Magnetic International Resort

Address: 61 Mandalay Ave, Magnetic Island, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, 4819, Australia | 2 star resort
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This 2 star resort, located on 61 Mandalay Ave, Magnetic Island, is near Gavin Ryan Studio.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Magnetic Island

Southwards Towards Home-but not too fast

A travel blog entry by kft on Aug 19, 2015

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... to get on the road. I am sure we will meet again somewhere now that we can keep in touch easily but even that did not make it any easier to leave I can tell you.

On the road again and our first overnight stop was at Paronella Park where we had a free entry from last year and just a $20 camping fee for use of the amenities and BBqs. I was able to take the hydro power station tour which was not available last time and found it quite interesting to see just ...

Proper Travelling

A travel blog entry by james.arnold on Aug 12, 2015

... before we leave Australia. That night we treated ourselves to a Domino’s pizza (they are $5 each before 9pm, which is about 2.50) and a craft beer from the bottle store around the corner (the boys say they want some gin and juice but I really don’t wanna).

Another ridiculously early start saw us get picked up by another minibus (this time with a younger driver guide from Sydney called Josh). This was the start of our day’s tour of the Atherton Tablelands, ...

To the stage...Ivonna Humpalot and Waynetta!

A travel blog entry by zoeandlaura2015 on Aug 07, 2015

... We got to Horseshoe Ranch and were assigned our horses. Laura's was horse was obviously going to be ginger and was called Cookie and I had Oakey. We set off on the trek through the bush and saw wild wallabies. It was really fun, and I got to have a bit of a canter too. A few of us went on a different trail as we had ridden before. We all met up on the beach....time to ride in the sea. We got down to our bikinis and saddles were off. Riding bareback was scary enough, ...


A travel blog entry by opalvacationer on Aug 02, 2015

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... different areas and walks of life and were commissioned by the Townsville Council to do this work, it's a pity it will all disappear within a week, one of the sculptors who came up from Melbourne to participate was telling me his story of how he got into doing this type of creative work for a living, great life going to beaches creating massive sand castles just like a big kid, some people have all the ...

"Well that was an expensive scenic route"

A travel blog entry by thailandtrip01 on Mar 13, 2015

With not too many high hopes of the hippie van we were pleasantly surprised as it proved more spacious and the bed actually stayed up so no more vertical sleeping for us! We discovered that our hippie was named ‘Thom’ (his name is painted on the side of the van) so from now on he will be pronounced Tom with a lisp. We drove about 4 hours south and ended up in Rolling Stone by a very ...

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Magnetic Island, Australia