- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... main reception lobby to check in. We were lucky to have our room ready immediately, so went to get out of the heat and wait for the porter to bring our bags. After unpacking we headed out to explore the resort and found the village square and bought some milk and coke for drinks. Then down to the beach and the Sand Bar for a pizza lunch. After lunch we walked back to the resort and booked for dinner ...
... Peter found a some beautiful books of photographs of Far North Queensland.
The flight to Brisbane was late leaving but then made up the time in the air. This caused Selwyn some problems since he was meeting us at the airport. From the airport we drove north for about an hour to Mooloolaba. Robyn met us at the apartment. It is on the third floor on the beach but no elevator so we will get some exercise on the stairs. The apartment has ...
... we continued down to Alexandria bay which is a well known nudist/surf beach. Now don't get me wrong if you want to get naked and enjoy a swim that's all good and well but a middle aged rotund man strutting totally naked down the beach with just a backpack on, now that's crossing the line and all a little too much for my liking. After we had walked along the beach we looped back through the pretty eucalyptus forest to complete our 4hour ...
... We also saw a kingfisher, a lot smaller than I expected it would be! I've seen so many birds over here and you can get so close to them without the need for even using binoculars, pup would have loved to come here! In comparison to the Everglades in Florida these are a lot more serene and peaceful, much prettier I think! The water reflections and trees were a lot cooler and I think the wildlife is a lot friendlier! We reached Harry's Hut, an old work shed turned ...
... out Indian for supper....so delicious! We then had a very early pick-up for our tour to Fraser Island the next day as the tour left from Noosa which was about a half-hour drive from Mooloolaba. Fraser Island is a sand island (which is literally as it sounds, an island made out of sand) inhabited mostly by trees and dingoes (which we sadly, did not see). We decided to do a day tour as we were slowly running out of time and definitely did not want to camp on ...