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Noosa is a beautiful place. This was our second trip to Noosa in 5 years. The weather was beautiful considering cyclone up North effecting the whole Queensland coast. The beach was alittle rough on our last day there, lots of rips, and strong currents, to the point of many rescues and threats of closing the beach. Not a lot has changed in this time, however, the quality of food is not that good and more expensive compared to last time. Need to really pick the restaurants, as I am unsure how they survive with the quality they are dishing out. Fishing was a lot of fun
Hired a car to get around whilst in Queensland, parking in the city would have cost $100+ Did not enjoy stay in Brisbane, Surfers Paradise was much more inviting to tourists.
Kingaroy is a clean lovely Queensland town. Loved having a look around. We walked to the RSL from our motel which was a short 5 minutes. Great meals and entertainment.
Yeppoon is a lovely holiday destination for the young and the old, families with children and couples. The opening of the new lagoon pool comlpex lifted Yeppoon into a class of its own and by the looks of the unfailing of the firts section of the water park “Keppel Kraken” Yeppoon will soon be one of the hottest holiday destination in Queensland. There is lots to do and see from lovely long flat beaches, beachside lagoon pool, waterpark, playground, to 4x4 tracks, wildlife parks, islands and great restaurants and shops.
Burleigh heads was that little quieter than Surfers.Gathering of age groups also appealed. Restaurants & Hotels employed friendly staff always willing to be of service. Location to southern parts of Queensland ideal .Gerard Collins
Iconic Far North Queensland Town where the local economy is largely tourism based with strong retail and hospitality sectors. Established businesses professionally provide excellence in service at all levels and enthusiastically turn dreams into reality. The town embraces the magnificent Daintree Rain-forest and Mossman Gorge. It lies extremely close to world famous Great Barrier Reef, the focus of many tourist adventures.
Generally a lot less hassle than Sydney or Melbourne. People have more time and are more relaxed with nicer weather. Transport system is good. You can take a day or night cruise along the broad meanderering Brisbane river. The city is modern but has still some big old buildings that are a little uncoordinated and a bit of a confused mish mash. Nevertheless worth a look and not unsightly. Nice subtropical gardens to appreciate the lush foliage. The Breakfast Creek Hotel is worth a visit. Still has its character, ambience and relaxed charm. No brutal modern makeovers thank goodness. Old parts preserved with tradition and history all nicely preserved. Brisbane is and has grown quickly and I don’t like these ugly high rise apartments all over the place. The beautiful suburbs with well kept and maintained Queenslander homes are now under threat from rampant high rise apartment development. Come and enjoy Brisbane now, while it still has its culture and relaxed atmosphere. Sadly, in 20 years it will be just another souless concrete jungle.
Noosa is our favourite beach getaway in Queensland. We stay there at least once a year. The beaches in Noosa and the surrounding national park cater for a variety of activities or you can just chill out. Love the varied environment as there’s always a place to escape whether it be the beautiful national park, the river, parkland or shops and restaurants. Something for all our family.
Beautiful town with great views. I like to call it the food capital of Queensland. Great coffee... and I’m from Melbourne. Great food. People a lovely and welcoming. There are so many day trips and adventures to go one. You could stay there for two weeks and not see it all.
Great ( Barista style) coffee at Dingles cafe Novus windscreens were brilliant - efficient, affordable and available in our hour of need on a Friday afternoon Lovely seeing all the old Queenslanders The booking staff at the Railway station were were so helpful before 7 am Taxi drivers so informative
9.4 Superb 468 reviews
We loved the view. The apartment had plenty of space for a family of 4 and guests for dinner. The location was convenient to restaurants and beaches, heated pools made it great for us Queenslanders who are a little sensitive to daytime temps below 25, with adults lap swimming and children just having fun nearby at the end of Winter/start of Spring. When we come back in Summer we are looking forward to spending evenings on the large deck,
8.5 Very good 398 reviews
We had a double room with shared bathroom. The room was clean with good bedding. I was pleasantly surprised by the facilities of the hostel; the common area and kitchen are huge, shared bathrooms were clean and sufficient in number. I liked the feel of the place, the whole area is quite spacious, composed of several smaller (wooden) buildings. One of the best places we've stayed at in Queensland!
8.1 Very good 21 reviews
A beautiful location and fabulous apartment. A couple of minor hiccups - no hairdrier, bathroom hadn't been prepared properly - but we did love the spot and found the apartment very spacious and comfortable for the 4 of us. Very handy to the Marina and an easy drive or 20 minute walk to the main shop. We stayed in a number of apartments in our Queensland road trip and this was our favourite.
8.1 Very good 171 reviews
The location is perfect: just outside the town, with woodland and a small river behind the property giving it a rural feel. The welcome was genuine and warm. Everything had been thought of in the room (coffee maker, iron, the lot), and there was even a guest laundry, plus clothes line at the back of the hotel, a boon for anyone travelling in tropical North Queensland.
7.6 Good 176 reviews
We stayed two nights in a standard double room in this Outback Queensland art-deco hotel which offered all basic requirements and opened onto a common balcony with outdoor furniture overlooking the beer garden. There were performances each night relating to the Waltzing Matilda story which were very enjoyable. Pub grub was great and good value.
8.4 Very good 395 reviews
A green heaven in a beautiful Queensland cottage, far away from the usual hotel hustle and bustle, with a real home feel. Flowers, plants, the gentle sound of water fountains, peaceful and quietness all around. The breakfast is not hot indeed but consistent with the price paid and can be taken outside in a beautiful veranda.
8.1 Very good 210 reviews
I was not able to arrive at the apartments during reception hours and the after hours check in was very simple. I booked a 2 bedroom but was upgraded to a 3 bedroom on the top floor with a view out to the ocean - this was a great surprise on arrival after a 3 hour drive from our country town in western Queensland!!
7.5 Good 790 reviews
A very friendly lady name Liz, she upgraded our standard to a deluxe room when she heard is our first night in Queensland. The location of the hotel is opposite to Woolworths and next door is a restaurant. A highly recommended place to stay in Noosaville and Noosa National Park is just a short drive from here
8.8 Fabulous 352 reviews
We enjoyed our stay at Belvedere Apartments. We are regular visitors of Queensland and found the hosts of Belvedere to be the nicest people that we have stayed with. They were very welcoming and nothing was too much trouble. Thanks for a great week, wish we were back there,( its freezing in Adelaide.)
8.9 Fabulous 1,161 reviews
Beautiful hotel and great location. Wifi was not good but is the same in all of Queensland. Special thanks to Kane at the front desk who went above and beyond to help us book a flight from Townsville to Cairns at the last minute as there were road closures due to flooding. Thanks again Kane!
9.0 Superb 391 reviews
Such a relaxing resort. we spent 3 weeks in Australia and had to divert to Magnetic Island due to the Cyclone that hit Queensland. This was by far the best part of our holiday. Planned to stay for 3 nights and ended up staying for 6. The Island and accommodation was amazing.
9.2 Superb 111 reviews
Spacious apartment for a family of five with comfortable beds and great kitchenette. Friendly reception and good facilities. Great value for money compared to some of the smaller rundown motels we stayed at during our week in north Queensland. Recommend for families.
8.7 Fabulous 2,343 reviews
We were blown away by the size of our room and the modern decor. Unfortunately we only had one night there and wish we could have utilised the facilities more. We had 2 weeks in Queensland on our holiday and this hotel was the best value for money room we stayed in.
8.0 Very good 1,180 reviews
The Queenslander Hotel is a nice hotel that comes with really big rooms. Their staff is just so friendly and helpful. The pools are rather small, but nice to cool down. I can also recommend the hotel's restaurant which comes with excellent food!
9.0 Superb 178 reviews
A hotel that is easily the best in country Queensland. Staff were welcoming, the room spotless, parking was easy, and the location was perfect. No negatives at all.
9.2 Superb 173 reviews
Great apartments - ideal if you need that little more privacy (particularly if you've been on a week long motel tour of Western Queensland!).
9.0 Superb 138 reviews
A closed in garage for the car still loaded The bed was comfortable Close to Queensland hotel for dinner
8.4 Very good 625 reviews
The colonial Queenslander style & direct access to the pool. Good price for 1 bedroom apartment.
9.0 Superb 151 reviews
Room was comfortable for a night. Close to the Queensland Hotel and center of town.
9.0 Superb 346 reviews
For disabled visitors it is the best hotel in Queensland. Absolutely no problems.