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... a multitude of different sea animals. We saw a huge sea tortoise, big sharks, seals and even a range of different sea cucumbers which Becky convinced me to stroke again. At the end of the park we came to Dolphin Affinity - that famous Dolphin show that you always see. I'm always in two minds about how animals are treated and how they should be in the wild, but regardless of all that, it was a wonder to behold these animals doing amazing things. After the show ...
... Bridge). But the large highway sign told us to go straight -- and that Natural Bridge was 17km. We turned left (guessing this was a short-cut), and found ourselves climbing through a beautiful forest (Springbrook Mountain, as it turns out) on a very narrow road with quite steep cliffs on either side. Shortly, we came to a fork, that separated the road into one way lanes -- with the GPS assuring us, all along, that we were on the ...
Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary was very enjoyable I had a great day there and I was never board I struggling to find something to do. I spent a lot of my time on the High Ropes Course which was very well run and is challenging but can be completed by the whole family and would be perfect for a school group to have go at.
The day started off with a Information session with a Currumbin Staff ...
... we have done as a family all together and set the mood of the day.
The seal show was great but was eclipsed by the Dolphin show. The power of the dolphins are is amazing and hurtle out of the water and flip through the air before either splashing down or landing a perfect bubble entry. But after the shows, it was time for some fun of a more thrilling nature. Zoe and Olga split to do the ...
... that sectioned off the competition area and watch the competition up close. The surfers would rip hard, flying past on epoxy boards, cruising past spraying whitewash as they left there tracks, whilst spectators were allowed to paddle around and bathe in their bathing suits, a completely free event- what other sport would do that?! For the next few days our days consisted of surfing, watching the event, eating, surfing and a few hours of sleep when we had the time. After a ...