Category Archive for "Art in parks."

April 2016 Newsletter

April 2016 Newsletter It’s hard to believe we’re doing our April 2016 Newsletter. Autumn is well and truly underway. Mushrooms and fungi are popping up in gardens and parks. Particularly large ones are growing under casuarina trees. March was busy in Mooloolaba with the Mooloolaba Triathlon, a visit from the cruise ship Pacific Jewel, and Easter weekend. As always it was good to see so many familiar faces. Pacific Jewel moored in front of NorthwindPreparation for the TriathlonElite men during bike stageElite men prize giving ceremony The Unity Water tower on Point Cartwright is  part of the view from Mooloolaba. A competition...
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Free activities in Mooloolaba.

Free activities often make great memories. The best memories and lasting family stories do not always come from visiting theme parks or attractions. There are free activities in Mooloolaba you can do with your family. When you stay with us here at Northwind we have tennis racquets  and tennis balls we lend to our guests at no charge for use on our half tennis court. We also have a selection of buckets and spades for our guests to borrow at no charge for the quintessential beach activities of castle building, water carrying, treasure collecting and hole creating. We also have some...
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Nelson Park

Nelson Park is a fifteen minute walk from Northwind Apartments. It is one block back from the Alex Surf Club, stretching between Mari and Okinja Roads, just in front of Sun City Bowls. It was created in 1979 from a parcel of low lying land gifted by the Presbyterian Church and named after Norman Nelson, a founding youth leader of the Presbyterian Church. The park was re-gazetted in 1989 as a reserve for drainage purposes. The park is dominated by a large shallow lake with a walkway all the way round. There is a secure fenced sheltered children’s playground with BBQ and picnic...
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Off Beat Eco Tours

Off beat Eco Tours runs personalised (Maximum 13 people) tours to the sub-tropical rainforest in the Sunshine Coast hinterland. The crew treat the passengers as friends and encourage them to see, hear, smell and touch the magic of the rainforest. The gourmet standard lunch includes gourmet busk tucker  fare – the delicious, nutty, chocolaty flavour of ground wattle seeds, the tang of lemon myrtle leaves -these  tours are an absolute feast for the senses. The Full day tour to the Conondale National Park is super. This is an area of national significance and home to a diverse range of flora and fauna,...
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