Sand Dunes Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... corolla,in matt black. As well a mini moke for hire at noosa! The odd 64 Holden and very few HQ Holdens. Where have all the old cars gone, well probably rusted away with all the salt air and high rain fall ,im thinking. Last time we were in Hastings street approx. 4 years ago there was a 1940 ford woody ,in restored condition,as well as a tin woody from the late 40s as well.No sign of them today, but events will soon unfold to satisfy my ...
... for the uneducated that’s 4:00pm!!
We were astonished at just how many people turned up. The stall holders were lined up both sides of the highway must have been 200 stalls throughout the town. The town common had the stage set up for all types of entertainment including whip cracking belly dancers bands and story tellers.
The local butcher turns over 8 months of business in just 1 day!!!! He makes the most delightful pork & ...
... cranberry croissant, an egg and cress sarnie and a mini filo pastry tartlet with sweetpotato and feta filling. They were all delicious. The second tier was two delightful little scones cooked to perfection with a crispy top and fluffy insides one plain and one date served with scrummy raspberry jam and the best Chantilly I have ever tasted. On the final tier was an assortment of mini cakes : mini coffee and lemon macaroons, blueberry and almond friands, lemon ...
... she is growing up.
The Dodds family came to visit us over the last weekend and we hit the beach and the pool every day and spent the evenings sampling the different wines, beers and ciders from the area. We also feasted on fresh scallops and swordfish from the Noosa Farmers' market.
On Monday, we traveled to Steve Irwin's Australia Zoo. It was a bit pricey but we had an amazing day there. The ...
... we had a quick walk on the beach from where we could see the skyscrapers of the Gold Coast in the distance. At this point Mike was feeling a bit tired so we went to a 'Seven Eleven' convenience store where we found coffee for $1 (55p)!
Coolangata was also our first stop in the state ofQueensland and we had to rewind our clocks by one hour. This sounds ludicrous as it is vertically north of the previous state of New South ...