Aquarius on the Beach
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... park for a lazy afternoon with dinner that night at Fasta Pasta!
Sunday (20 September) dawned as another warm and sunny day so we were up early and after taking Aero for a walk we left him behind at the van with the aircon running to keep him cool whilst he caught some extra zzzzz’s!!
We headed off to a breakfast meeting with Sasha (whose wedding we attended in Port Douglas just under a month ago!). After a good couple of ...
... we imbibed. Mostly lazed about the van, reading resting, eating and drinking.
There was a sign right in front of our caravan site, which said: 'WARNING - Achtung. Crocodiles inhabit this area. Attacks may cause injury or death.'
Not sure when they had the last sighting. No one else seemed worried, so went with the flow, just kept a watchful eye out. We went for a walk along the beach towards the estuary, but I had an uneasy feeling ...
Rowes Bay Beachfront Holiday Park, Belgian Gardens, beach side suburb of Townsville.
Across the road from the park there is a great walkway which goes all the way around the point to the Strand. Around the point is an incredible huge pool called the Tobruk Memorial Pool. Fantastic!!!
Along the walk is the Army Museum, Jezzine Barracks, which collects and exhibits objects and stories relating to the history of the Aus. Army ...
... will be coming my way! We then caught the bus to a place called Arcadia, where we had heard there was a Friday night market. This market was not really a market - once we'd found it, it was a couple of stalls next to lots of plastic chairs and tables, and a couple of old men singing and playing guitars it seemed like more of a community gathering, but to was really nice. There was a small stall selling curry, which we decided we would get, unfortunately they had run out ...
Our road south continues to be through sugar cane plantations,as it has been since leaving the Daintree – we had no idea that the sugar industry was so extensive up here. Our route took us through Cardwell which is right on the coast and you drive right down the main street which is alongside the beach and has a great waterfront walkway. A short distance out to sea rises the mountainous island of Hinchinbrook which has a national park where you can go on a walk lasting several ...