Pinnacles Resort & Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPinnacles Resort & Spa Airlie Beach
I arrived at my accommodation, all I could say is 'WOW'! I checked in and got up to my room, it was amazing. I walked through the villa and went outside the view was breath-taking. There was a cool breeze flowing through the room which gave it a tropical feeling, it was very relaxing.
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... a tour that went there in hindsight. Another short boat ride and we were at a reef and everyone jumped in for a snorkel. We had our stinger suit on to protect us from any jellyfish but they weren't very fashionable. After Fiji it was not that impressive. The visibility was pretty bad and the coral wasn't as amazing as what we had seen before. Fortunately, the lady sat next to us had been diving in the Great Barrier Reef and said it ...
... the usual small businesses found in any town of this size all the other industry is centred around servicing the Mine. Every other compound is full of heavy machine of all types, even the scrap yard is full of very big machines and pieces of metal. There are yards offering training in how to use all the specialist digging, earth moving machinery etc. I imagine all babies born here are presented with hard hats at birth! At one time the ratio was 5 men to 1 woman.
... Duck, a Plover and the impressive Brolga (a Crane). We also saw Brahman cattle, introduced to Aus because they can withstand hot climates.
The tour also took on other aspects such as looking at the Flora. For example, the Paper Bark Tea Tree - which has layers, like an onion, which are like paper and has sweet blossom that settlers used to put in their tea as sugar. The leaves are tea tree - a natural antiseptic which the Aboriginals used to use. ...
... even brushing her teeth with it! Once back on the boat we cruised over to Mantaray Bay where we got our first chance to snorkel part of the Great Barrier Reef. A turtle decided to come out and play which was amazing to swim alongside and try and get a few selfies! We snorkelled again the next morning but the visibility wasn't great and didn't see much except for a few bubbles coming from Will's ...
... stone and do a 2-day 2-night sailing trip through the Whitsunday Islands with plenty of opportunities to snorkel along the reef. The trip included all meals and you slept on the boat. We originally booked on to a 14-person boat (bookme), but the company e-mailed to say that it was full. I suspect somebody else wanted to go on it and were willing to pay the full price so we got bumped off. Luckily they had another boat going out the next day, but this was for about ...