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... say there are some new subdivisions around the edges of town.
The sugarcane of course is the stand out feature of the area, as far as the eye can see. It was quite interesting as all stages of the cane seem to be occurring at once - field preparation, planting, mid growth, harvest, burning off. Strange, yet interesting.
Lets talk geography. (i)The Burnett River runs through Bundaberg, and I guess you all remember the monster floods of ...
... At this point the weather was awful... They say when it rains in Australia, it doesn't half rain- and they're right. We had lunch at the most delightful cafe, quite posh so it felt like a real treat. I wasn't really feeling very adventurous so just went for a burger- let down. We then took a stroll along the beach, up a hillside walk to a lighthouse with a gorgeous view over Palm beach as I'm often reminded by locals 'where home and away is filmed.' It's now ...
... into the Royal Botanic Gardens. I don't think I have ever seen trees that large or so many different types of herbs! The birds here travel in packs! It's a mini heart attack every time they come flying around!
Mom and I stopped for some more coffee and then headed back to the hotel. We just finally unpacked and mom is taking a short two hour nap. When she wakes up we will go grab some dinner ...
... have football but that was cancelled due to waterlogged facilities and that wasn't confined to training; our match on Saturday was also cancelled due to a "wash out" despite the beaming sun all of Friday and Saturday morning. It didn't turn out to be too much of a disappointment though in the end, for it was Anzac Day after all. The original plan had been for the spectators to enjoy a beer and a barbecue whilst the games played before heading in to Balmain for a few drinks ...
... could have been a crocodile. Obviously we played it really cool.... :/ Port Macquire was next on the list and I dragged us to the weirdest museum in the world (I'm still really confused by it) and the local Koala Centre. They work to rehabilitate injured koalas and release them back into the wild and also act as a retirement home for old koalas, or those that are too ill to ever be re-released. A special shout-out to Barry, the koala with scoliosis, who is quite the ...