Offers over $479000. This a great opportunity to own this beautiful 15th floor 2 spacious bedrooms, 2 bathroom apartment with exceptional never to built out views. The open plan living flows onto the North/east facing balcony. Amazing views of the Broadwater and conveniently situated in central Southport, within walking distance of Australia Fair shopping center, restaurants, cafes , bus and tram routes.
The amazing Broadwater parkland, boasts great walks, entertainment, playgrounds, Aquatic center with Olympic heated pool, picnic areas and so much more.
Beautifully renovated and ready to move in now. Nothing more to do. This unit has been, painted, tiled, new kitchen, fans and carpets electrician points and plumbing and is an opportunity not to be missed.
Southport is a casual, trendy, lifestyle, just add the sunshine to enjoy this amazing Gold Coast life stlye.
Travel across the Mojave Desert, and head up the Colorado Plateau and historic route 66, before arriving at the desert town Sedona. Drive the magnificent scenic Oak Creek Canyon that descends 2000 feet (610 meters) to the valley floor.
Enjoy the panoramic views of Sedona red rock formations such as Bell Rock, Courthouse Butte and Cathedral Rock, then depart to Flagstaff for an overnight stay.
<h2>Day 2 Sedona – Monument Valley – Horseshoe Bend</h2>
The Monument Valley is one of the most majestic and photographed spots in the world. These majestic sandstone formations have become a symbol of the American West.
Enjoy a jeep trip through the home of the Navajo Indians. You will stop off at Horseshoe Bend before arriving overnight to Lake Powell and Page.
<h2>Day 3 – Antelope Canyon – Valley of Fire – Las Vegas</h2>
A highlight is a visit to Antelope Canyon and visit the spectacular dunes created by the wind, water and sand. Enjoy the spectacular red sandstone formations created from shifting sands and dunes, The Valley of Fire. The back to Las Vegas.
Khai Dinh tomb is unlike Hue’s other tombs, being a synthesis of Vietnamese and European elements. Even the stone faces of the Mandarin honor guards are endowed with a mixture of Vietnamese and European features. Then keep your energy up with the provided Vietnamese dishes lunch.
Begin your Full-Day Of Hue Imperial Sightseeing tour with pick-up at your hotel and visit a traditional hat and incense village. You will have a local people life experience here, and can support some of their products as souvenirs during a visit. Next, see the Minh Mang tomb, claimed to be the most majestic of all of the royal tombs, renowned for its architecture that blends harmoniously into the natural surroundings.
Ireland, an island itself, is surrounded by hundreds of islands varying in size. However, only a fraction are inhabited. Packed with history, wildlife watching opportunities, stunning scenery, sandy beaches, friendly Irish speaking locals and traditional Irish food. The islands around Ireland’s coast are perfect for getting away from it all.
Take a friend or loved one on an amazing experience in a Helicopter
Enjoy amazing views of the Newcastle coastline
Possibly spot the local marine life!
Your local pilot will keep you well informed of all the top Newcastle sights including ANZAC Memorial walk, Bar Beach, Merewether Baths and McDonald Jones Stadium. Departing from Newcastle Harbour you’ll instantly be treated to amazing views of the Newcastle forsehore and coastline. There’s no better way to see the sights of Newcastle then from the air!
Feel the wind in your face on this Doors Off Helicopter flight!
Enjoy amazing views of the Newcastle coastline
20 minute scenic flight
This 20 minute scenic flight will ensure you get to see the best of Newcasltle. Soar over incredible sights including ANZAC Memorial walk, Bar Beach, Merewether Baths and McDonald Jones Stadium. And with no doors, you’ll surely feel the adrenaline rush and have the most amazing photo oppotunities. There’s no better way to see the sights of Newcastle then from the air!
Enjoy the thrill of taking off for an extensive helicopter ride
See spectacular aerial views of the Newcastle coastline to Port Stephens
Look out for marine life like whales, dolphins and sharks down below
Flying in a helicopter is a must-do bucket list experience that never fails to get your heart racing. It’s hard to beat the excitement of the agile swooping and soaring of a helicopter, and nothing compares to the view from the top.
Take off for an epic 40-45 minute scenic helicopter flight and check out the beautiful coastline from Newcastle over Stockton Beach to Port Stephens. You’ll be able to cover a lot of ground during your extensive flight time, so prepare to be amazed by the iconic Australian coastal landscape. Head over the eastern boundaries of the bay and soak up views of Anna Bay, Fingal Lighthouse, Mount Tomaree National Park, Hawks Nest and more.
Your helicopter flight will sweep right over Stockton Beach at about 500 feet, so you can scope out the sand dunes, tin city, and the remains of a giant shipwreck that crashed ashore decades ago. Stockton Beach is home to the largest mobile sand dunes in the southern hemisphere and was the location used for several scenes in the 1979 movie Mad Max, so it’s definitely a sight to see.
After the sand dunes you’ll continue on to Port Stephens, and appreciate a postcard perfect panoramic view of the harbour. Keep an eye out for the abundant marine life that frequents the area, as it’s not uncommon to spot dolphins, whales, and even an occasional Great White Shark in the huge harbour below. Finally, your helicopter will fly back over Newcastle to finish up your epic scenic flight. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to see the Newcastle, Stockton Beach and Port Stephens coastline and enjoy an unforgettable adventure.
Enjoy the thrill of taking off for an extensive helicopter ride See spectacular aerial views of the Newcastle coastline to Port Stephens Look out for marine life like whales, dolphins and sharks down below Flying in a helicopter is a must-do bucket list experience that never fails to get your heart racing.
Jump aboard this fun cruise along the scenic Tweed River. Your knowledgeable guide, known as ‘Crab Man’, will share interesting tales of the region’s history and tell you about the local wildlife. He’ll also take you to the heart of the mud crab headquarters, the Terranora Lakes mangrove system.
Head to secret crabbing and fishing spots, try traditional hunting methods used by the region’s first inhabitants and taste oysters at a local farm. Have a go at pumping for yabbies (bait collecting) and setting traps for mud crabs.
If you’re successful in your efforts you could be dining on your catch later! Either way, you’ll enjoy a delicious lunch of local delights including mud and spanner crab, prawns, oysters and fish, as you dine on a sand bank (tides permitting).
Children under 10 years of age are not permitted on this tour Special dietary needs can be catered for if notified at time of booking Cruises operate on Queensland time Comfortable clothing and flat shoes.