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Last day in Noosa and the weather was still a bit dodgy. We had hoped to take some surf lessons here but I still couldn't bend my knee due to my fall earlier on in the week so instead we headed to the Noosa National Park for a walk. We took the coastal and forest walk which was about 7k's and it was really nice, we walked past Alexandria beach …
... Clive or not but he scurried away before he got any more involved than he already was.
Once that was done I took the Shitbox up to Keystone Autos so Clive’s mate Troy could give it the once over. He replaced several drive belts and all the fluids and told me he thought it would make it to Darwin and probably back again.
I drove round Cottesloe till the paint dried and then went back to Clive’s for dinner.
Day 4 – Perth
I drove out ...
Had a walk and a dip at the Cascades on the way out of Litchfield and headed to Darwin without a plan. Ended up in the centre of the city. Got some info and headed back out about 15km to find a caravan park not too close to the runways of Darwin International as they take off at all hours. We are catching one to Sydney at 1am next Friday. $52 a night to camp is a little different to $13.60 last night in the national park. Pretty steep so will only stay the night and head off to ...
... wartime and post-war censorship, not only were we Aussie kids never taught anything about this, the families of those who died weren't given the dignity of proper wartime bureaucratic processes. To this day, they do not know exactly how many people were killed! For shame!
Our final exploration for the day was the Mindil Beach market. Ever been to the Childer's Multicultural festival? Imagine that every Thursday ...
... and 4.5 metres wide.
From there we went to visit the Darwin Museum and Art Gallery. There were a lot of very interesting exhibits, particularly the indigenous animals, insects and sea creatures. They also had an exhibit on Cyclone Tracy which hit Darin on Christmas morning, 1974.
There was also a Maritime exhibit which had various examples of boats used by Indonesian/Vietnamese boat people. ...
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