Noosa Valley Manor B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... seats for us for tomorrow. The tour would start at 6:20 from a mainland side of a ferry we would have to use to get to the camp grounds that were booked for the night.
As we knew at the camp grounds was a BBQ facility, we shopped for some beef, tomatoes, onions and potatoes before taking the little cable drawn ferry to Noosa North Shore.
The Camp ground and a pub (and the road that connected them) were the only two signs of civilization on this ...
... this must be the place!!
Sadly no, just long paddles that won’t break down into a suitcase.
Last chance at the random place last on our list. It was in an industrial area. As we finally arrived we saw the guy sanding down the resin on a board outside.
Our luck was in, as finally we found an aluminium reasonably priced paddle. $85 AUD, well it not too bad. So we took the paddle to add to our rendered useless paddle board.
Finally we ...
... the Noosa National Park that covers the headland. The route took us through bushland with many eucalyptus trees, but there was no sign of a Koala, but surprisingly a fox. We arrived at Alexandria Bay, a flat and fairly empty beach that was more like a jellyfish graveyard, oh and a nudist beach. We had spotted a nakey man lying down and then realised another was walking along the beach starkers too. It might be on our bucket list, but none of us ...
... a beautiful place is notoriously difficult to visit as it is exposed to the winds and can be a very uncomfortable anchorage. Fortunately we had a perfect day and anchored inside the wrecks just north of Tangalooma. Fifteen vessels were sunk on the Sholl Bank about 180 m offshore to form a 300m long wall as an emergency Harbour and although it provides ...
Did a canoeing tour of the Everglades (posh word for vegetated swamp) where a guy took us in his speed boat 25 km upstream to a site where we then canoed another 6km along winding shallow brown waterways through thick mangrove forest. Took it easy and messed about, jumping in and swimming, later finding out about the dangerous bull shark population that inhabits the river making it advisable not to ...