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Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia
December 7, 2004
We were fortunate enough to have a ground floor unit, as we were frequented by the local wildlife, which included kookaburras, brush turkeys, rainbow lorikeets, and a friendly lace monitor lizard. The only downside to the resort is that there is no pool on site, but there is a fantastic (not patrolled) beach within a 2-minute walk or a patrolled beach within a 15-minute walk into Hastings Street.
The units are a little bit tired, but are getting a refit this year. We had an amazing time at this resort, which included hand-feeding the rainbow lorrikeets, which came and visited us outside our unit. The other guests watched in amazement as about 20 of them came and landed on us, eating our fruit bread and jam and toast.
From journal Noosa with the birds
Gold Coast, undefined, Australia
February 25, 2004
The building itself is quite run down, although you can see that some effort is being made. Inside, the decor is dated, but very well maintained and clean. The unit supplies are very good and meet all your needs for any length of stay. There is also a barbecue supplied on each unit's verandah.
The best thing about this property is that it is very quiet and relaxing, with views over the gardens and Noosa National Park, yet you're still close to the action of Noosa. Little Cove is an easy 2-minute walk, and this beach tends to be less crowded then the main beach (although high tide doesn't leave much beach). Hastings Street in Noosa central is only a 10-minute walk along a boardwalk that has spectacular views of the beach.
From journal Weekend Getaway to Noosa