Mission Beach Resort
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Kids pool
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- High-speed internet in room
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... suffice for epic sand castle construction.
As we worked away we had the odd swim and watched the parachutists land a few hundred metres down the beach. Once construction had finished Caitlin and Leigh went in search of decorations. Caitlin couldn't find her sunglasses this morning and wasn’t sure if she had them at the beach yesterday. While searching for interesting shells and sea weed ...
... a six year period be hand built a castle, complete with a ballroom, as well as his house, numerous out buildings and a grand staircase down to the plunge pool. He planted a massive garden and held society balls and well as hosting day tripping swimmers and picnickers.
Jose passed away in 1948 and the park was run by his children until the 1970’s. Fire, flood and cyclones took their toll and eventually the ...
... Paronella loved the castles of Catalonia when he was a child and fostered a dream to build his own castle so in1913 he emigrated to Australia to seek his fortune. Long story, very short – he made his fortune and found suitable land going cheap because it was unsuitable for growing sugar cane. Here, on the banks of the river beside the Mena Creek Falls, he built his castle – but not just one, there are several. They were not for him and his family to live ...
Same story today the guys went fishing, they came home about lunch time with plenty of fish. Then the work starts with the production line, cutting up and sorting. Wendy Sheila & Shirley went for there early morning walk. Denise and jeff called in from there camp at kurramine beach which is not far away, we actually haven't been there as yet but will soon. Sat around having happy ...
... for 9 years and when he went home she had married someone else, so he married her sister. He made his money buying old cane farms, doing them up and selling them. Once back in Australia he had a vision to build his very own castle so bought 13 acres of land that was no good for farming and had a running creek and waterfall on what is now the old highway. He built a cottage for his family and following that ...