Featured Gay Friendly Accommodations: Homestay at Noosa, Sunshine Beach, Queensland, Australia

Author: , March 2nd, 2012

Homestay at Noosa, Queensland, AustraliaPeriodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay.

Come stay with us at the Homestay at Noosa, the only boutique Bed and Breakfast in Noosa. We’re gay owned and operated – your hosts, Warren and Ron, have a flair for hospitality and great service in their home.

Our Noosa bed and breakfast is located in beautiful Sunshine Beach in the Noosa shire, just five minutes on foot from coffee shops, local restaurants, the Surf Club and Sunshine Beach itself, where you can swim and surf.

There’s even public transportation just outside the front gate – the bus will drop you off at our door from either Brisbane or Sunshine Coast Airports on your arrival.

Our queen guest rooms include ensuite baths, televisions with DVD/CD player, and clock radios with a docking station for your IPod or iphone, as well as free wifi internet access.<>Each room also has a private deck leading to our front garden, with easy access to the covered lounge room and plunge pool.

See the Homestay at Noosa Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals in Queensland, Australia

Featured Gay Friendly Accommodations: Currawong Cabin, Mout Mee, Queensland, Australia

Author: , June 19th, 2011

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay.

Gay Friendly Southeastern Queensland Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals

Currawong Cabin, Mt Mee, Queensland, AustraliaWelcome to Currawong Cabin, a luxurious private retreat for 1-2 people, just an hour from Brisbane. Our Queensland vacation rental cabin is perfect for honeymoons, private weekend retreats, or a romantic getaway with your partner.

Each of our cabins is equipped with a separate self-contained kitchen and bath, king sized bed, cozy fireplace, TV, DVD and video, CD and cassette player, a/c and a large hot tub on the deck outside.

Currawong Cabin has fantastic views of the Dayboro and Samford Valleys, and you can even see Brisbane City in the distance. We’re high in the mountains,a nd the clouds sometimes surround the cabin in a cozy, intimate atmosphere. There’s even a barbeque and undercover parking.

See the Currawong Cabin Expanded Listing on Purple Roofs Here

Queensland’s Best Gay Clubs, Bars & Events

Author: , January 18th, 2011

Gay QueenslandQueensland is awesome, everyone knows that! With its beautiful weather, gorgeous beaches and friendly people, its all your best holidays wrapped into one bundle.

It used to be that people looked down on Queenslanders as uncultured and conservative, but that’s all quickly changing. Brisbane is the fastest growing city in Australia, with people from the South flooding up to enjoy the lifestyle and pace of life, and who can blame them! Brisbane has an array of clubs, festivals and places to visit that are unique and interesting to anyone in the GLBTI crowd.

The subtropical weather makes Queensland the ideal place for festivals, and we have a staggering amount of GLBTI festivals that cater to all tastes and interests.

Full Story from SameSame

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Queensland’s Sunshine Coast Goes Gay Tomorrow

Author: , November 26th, 2010

The Queensland town of Coolum Beach will host its first ever gay pride event this Saturday as the location of the third annual Sunshine Coast Pride Fair Day. The event, which is hosted by drag sensation Vanessa Wagner, will run from 11am to 5pm and is billed as family friendly.

Organisers say everyone is welcome to attend regardless of age or sexuality. Around a thousand people are expected to attend with a range of entertainment on offer including bands, games and stalls.

Musical acts on the day will include De Greer-Yindimincarlie and The Yindi Band, Sarah Booker, Pixel and The Great Shame.

Full Story from the Star Observer

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