Ocean Breeze Resort
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Leaving Kingaroy in very damp conditions from the State School where another group photo was taken all cars lined up to leave the town in convoy so the drone could take a video of the cars in line. Then we headed off onto gravel roads with some unbelievable dips (more like deep gullies to traverse.
The weather cleared a little at …
... and the Pacific Highway to the South, a flying guess here but probably because it tracks the Pacific Ocean?
The landscape has changed dramatically on our drive, from the tropical rainforests of Cairns, the endless rolling hills of the Atherton Tablelands, vast lookouts over Noosa Heads estuary systems to the beaches of the Sunshine and the Gold Coasts. We even passed over ...
... vacated on the footpath we went outside to dine.
Although cooler here, annoyingly another blue commie was parked behind
Annemiekes shoulder, for the duration. Why he couldn’t have parked somewhere
more considerately I don’t know!! I’m sure if we had counted these pests we
would be in the hundreds right now.
Apart from that it was a great night, as a cool breeze soon
cooled us down.
... was full up, I was bit worried where we were going to sleep. The bus driver overheard me on the phone and asked where we stuck on how to get to our hostel, we explained the situation to him and he was like, why don't I drop you to a town called Mooloolaba which is 45 minutes from Noosa and you can stay at a hostel there. So bless this bus driver, he took us free of charge to Mooloolaba, dropped us outside this ...
... away when Chris first crawled out and started preparing breakfast. The kettle went on and packing the incidentals commenced quietly enough while the neighbours were sleeping. As they began appearing, the bigger items were packed away until we were ready to hit the road around 9.30am. We set off inland, heading away from the coast towards Maryborough where we would rejoin the Bruce Highway and ...