Lilybank Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... too...and the first jump of the day!
"We're going to test that all the equipments OK with you" they delighted in telling me.
I got kitted up with my GoPro, (which they told me to look in to and say goodbye to my Mum and Dad...bunch of jokers over there) all my safety gear was hooked and hoiked, and I was given the go ahead to shuffle off towards the edge (and off this mortal coil I felt). To actually be up there and see how far you have to go to get back ...
... are a couple of viewing platforms but we went further down the river. It didn’t take us long to find the first one. I’m not sure why but I had the impression that a platypus was really big, but it is actually relatively small (up to 50cm). They are pretty cute though, and we saw 3 of them swimming about in the river. To complete the nature day, as we were driving to the campsite the sky got noticeably darker and thousands upon ...
... were otherwise engaged, and bam they got you! Not fun! But I can tolerate the odd horsefly bite for a couple of hours cooling off in a natural Ozzie play area! Back to the car and heading towards Port Douglas, it was early afternoon by this time so we took a few photos from the viewpoint and headed down into the town for an ice cream. Some of us were sensible and ordered a 2 scoop cone from the amazing selection, others were Marcus and choose half a litre of ...
Awoke today to the sound of children's voices. Just outside our caravan is the meeting point for the local school bus. Today we are heading towards Sale on the A440. As we leave Yankie and pass the town of Foster we start to see in the distance the shadow fringe of dark- cloud covered mountains, the silver - blue expanse of the ocean and tree covered islands of Wilsons Promontory National Park. We pass through Toora, and ...
... in Kuranda it was immediately clear that the hippie culture that this area was famed for had not disappeared in the least. Wooden stalls housed everything from clothing, to handmade instruments to iridology shops. We stopped at an amazing French creperie for lunch served to us by charming Frenchmen.
The wildlife parks we went into were the koala park (amazing!) where we not only saw koalas but also got the opportunity to feed kangaroos and wallabies. ...