Grand Palais Beachside Resort
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... it was too busy, could not even find a parking bay at the main beach. Travelling to Montville in the Hinterland was an experience. Winding, twisting roads through beautiful rainforest bought us to this little village full of quirky shops and cafes. We met up with Debra and Roman who came up from Brisbane, and we all caught up on family news over a nice lunch. On the way back to Alexander Headland, we noticed a few ...
... some tea and to bed for an early start! AUSTRALIA ZOO day! Very excited. We got the bus there. It was huge! It was very well set out too, as you walked round it was like been in a huge wood so you would forget you were in a zoo. The animals had a lot of space too. Not a fan of zoos that don't give them space but I was fairly happy with this. Also workers explained there was a lot of space behind which you don't see ...
... lobsters. These were delicious. On the way home we stopped at a drive in bottle shop (off licence) which was a weird experience! There were 2 lanes, one to drive straight up to the till and shout out your alcohol order which was loaded into your boot - "2 cases of Fosters" or a browsing lane so you could select your wine from the chiller cabinets or red wine/spirits section. Another new experience! When we got home ...
... of it but it isn't on my camera. I also saw an interesting bird in a tree. I have heard many birds but rarely see them. It may have been a kookaburra. While I navigated using the small map in the Sunshine Coast Airport brochure, I discovered what the name Mooloolaba means. It is an aboriginal word for red bellied black snake. I like the name a lot more before I knew this. We drove ...
After leaving Runaway Bay we met up with 9 other boats at the mouth of the Coomera River and formed a convoy led by Ben Crawley on board Stock, a Riviera 445SUV and headed towards Moreton Bay through the main Channel. Two more vessels joined us from Brisbane and then we stopped for lunch at Tangalooma on the west coast of Moreton Island.