How has this resort rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Caloundra
... noisy and smelly. We saw a variety of species including the silver eye, butcher bird & white faced heron. The group were also interested in butterflies so identified s few of those too. The Golden Orb spider's web was an incredible yellow gold colour, sadly this didn't show well in the photo. After lunch at the Noosa lifesavers surf club looking at the waves, Helen & Nia spent the afternoon riding the waves on ...
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... We the returned back to the main part of the island where we could watch the sunset and had about an hour of free time. We then headed to the jetty to learn how to properly feed the dolphins and have the chance to do so. We weren't allowed to use a flash on our cameras down by the water so it was an experience to be had and not one to be captured. The island photographers were there and took some pictures. ...
... tried to go a couple other times and had issues with getting the timing to work out so I'm very glad this time we got there (eventually).
... the air.
Caloundra is a beautiful spot, There is an excellent boardwalk spanning the water in parts, beautiful beaches and great fishing in the Pumicestone Passage. The beautiful Glass House Mountains can also be seen in the distance whilst on the walking path. Of course, there is the usual cafes and coffee shops and great restaurants along the beachfront. Kev enjoyed fishing most afternoon with his new ...