Category Archive for "in-door activities"

August 2016 News sunsets, gardens and Asian Cuisine

August 2016 News sunsets, gardens and Asian Cuisine We have had amazing winter weather this July with some record breaking temperatures. One day reach 31 degrees Celsius! Some evenings the sunsets have been absolutely stunning, ranging from subtle pastels through to blazing oranges. Spectactular July sunset from Mooloolaba SpitBeautiful pastel coloured sunset, MooloolabaAugust sunset 5 There is a new lookout on the northern end of the Alex Headland Park. It has a magnificent set of stairs leading down to the beach below. From the lookout you get expansive views to Mudgimba, Mt Coolum and Noosa Heads. Stairs from the new...
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July 2016 News

News for July 2016. We finally got some wintery weather towards the end of June. We welcomed the change in seasons, bringing out the jackets and shoes from storage and turning on the heating! We have been enjoying early evening walks which give a new perspective to familiar sights. We’ve also had some spectacular sunsets. Loo with a View stairs lit upSpectacular sunset There have been changes on The Wharf over the past few months and there are more to come. The lates development is the Whale One shop and booking office. You can book whale watching cruises of varying...
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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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Cow-nose rays in Sea life Underwater World Ocean Tank

Cow-nose rays in Sea Life Underwater World Ocean Tank The cow-nose rays at Sea Life Underwater World are fascinating.. These rays bring the total number of animals in the Mooloolaba attraction’s ocean tank and walk-through to over 1000. The cownose rays were transported by marine experts and then released into their new home in the Bay of Rays zone. The cownose gets it name from its distinctive indented snout, which looks similar to a cow’s nose. They feed on clams, oysters and other invertebrates. Cownose rays are found in the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea from New England in the...
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What can you do when it rains in Mooloolaba?

What can you do when it rains in Mooloolaba? When it rains or you need an indoor activity for yourself or your  family there is a wide variety of attractions to visit in and around Mooloolaba. We have some of them listed here:  Visit     Sealife Mooloolaba. Formerly known as ‘Underwater World’ you can find this world-class aquarium in The Wharf  precinct, Parkyn Parade, Mooloolaba. This is just a 10 minute walk from Northwind Beachfront Apartments. Featuring a hands on touch pool and Australia’s largest display of Jellyfish, this is a must do for those fascinated by life in the oceans around...
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