Maroochy River Bungalows
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... beach which was much quieter. The kids again had a ball and we finally dragged them out of the water after nearly 3 hours.
We all showered and drove back to Mooloolaba to have a coffee/milkshake and browsed the shops before heading to the Surf Club for a fantastic meal. The girls we absolutely exhausted from their huge day so they watched a movie on the computer before passing out in ...
... stay straight" when really it should have said to turn, so we had to turn back around a few times. Now, we were told that if we didn't have a powered camp site we'd have around 10 hours of battery power for our lights, fridge etc (microwave only works when plugged in). Once we found our spot (beautiful and right on the lake!) we discovered that there was a short or something wrong with our battery. We had lights etc for a few minutes then they'd turn off. If ...
... river and this marker was quite incredible that the water came up that high! In 2011 it came up 9.2 metres!!!!
All throughout this trip, we have used a Tom Tom (a GPS navigation device) in the car to get us to places where we weren't sure of exactly where our accommodation was in the many towns we visited. Now, we have used a Tom Tom many times before and I take you back to the year 2008 when we visited South Australia for a Forensic conference. We stayed on ...
... last) time. It is very boring! And I kept having my bait eaten but getting no catches. It rained as well. The day was redeemed by an amazing lunch back at the house, Monopoly deal and Irish snap. Yup, I have been playing games, monopoly non the less. It was one of our friends last free day in Aus before going back to Switzerland so we had a little party.
I quit my job... In the end it wasn't for me. Realised I ...
... enclosures at the zoo are amazing and you can tell that all of the staff are as enthusiastic about animals as Steve was. Just before we left we did sneak in a cuddle with a koala which I can't image we will get the chance to do again. 25th March - Today we ventured into Noosa National Park. We took the coastal track which seemed to be the one that everyone used. After 10 minutes of walking we saw our first wild koala. We later found out this was quite rare as ...