Suzi Watral

Suzi Watral

From the Site_iconTravellr.com network
  • +2 rating

    What are day trips from Sydney?

    Blue Mountains is a great day trip - even better though as an overnight. You can drive, catch a bus - lots of tourist busses leave from down town or catch a train to Katoomba – a little hard to get around though without a car. Other good day trips Gosford - go by train Palm Beach - go by ferry and buss Hunter Valley - need a car Regards Suzi over 10 years ago

  • +1 rating

    What is the best family resort (and hotel) in Fiji?

    Castaway Island or if that breaks the budget Plantation Island. I would not bother with the Coral Coast - go to the islands for real paradise Regards Suzi over 9 years ago

  • +1 rating

    best places to eat in rartonga and Aitutuki

    I am back now loved Sails restaurant Suzi about 10 years ago

  • +1 rating

    where are the best "fashion" shopping precincts in Sydney ?

    On Saturday go to the Paddingtom market - its is fantastic for shopping, cofffee and just hanging out over 10 years ago

  • +1 rating

    Please suggest a really inexpensive place for a family (with one young kid) to stay 2 nights in Hobart?

    The Old Woolstore is great, has 2 bedroom suites and ones with a kitchen. Definitely safe. Depends on your definition of inexpensive! Regards Suzi almost 10 years ago

  • +1 rating

    We have 4 full days (5 nights) what should we do ?

    Hi Shoda Salamanca markets is only open on Saturday - so you need to take that into your trip planning. Also the Cadbury factory does not do the tour anymore - only gives you access to the shop and a DVD presentation - I would probably skip it. I personally think Freycinet Lodge is over priced. Try this site for other ideas www.wineglassbay.com. I would avoid Iluka Holiday Centre - just heard yesterday an awful review about this place from a friend. My trip plan would be for 5 night – 4 days – not a lot of time Day 1 – Launceston – visit the cataract Gorge and Tamar valley for some wine tasting Day 2 – East coast – stay at Coles Bay - Wineglass bay (or swap this for Cradle Mountain - beautiful and snowy in winter) Day 3 – Hobart – visit Port Arthur and Richmond (don’t forget the winery’s) Day 4 – Hobart – do the markets (if it is Saturday), Museum and Art Gallery, Mt. Wellington and Cascades Brewery or take a cruise down to Peppermint Bay for lunch Cheers Suzi about 10 years ago

  • +1 rating

    What immunisations do I need for Fiji?

    I have never had any - maybe Hep A if you haven't had it before. Take mosqueto repellant though with Deet - Dengue Fever is an issue Regards Suzi almost 9 years ago

  • +1 rating

    What is the best way (i.e. mode of transportation) to travel up the east coast of Australia?

    Hi Alicia It really depends what you want to see and what you where you want to go. The east coast is a huge distance to drive if you want to see all of it - options are drive, take the train or fly into selected airports (my preference is the last!) Regards Suzi over 9 years ago