No. 1 in Hastings Street
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... early mornings, sunrise pictures needed to be taken from one of the park's East facing beaches. Unfortunately Noosa’s main beach points North East. Alexandria beach is the closest to get to on foot, and the sunrise was breathtaking. However, the walk there took about 45 minutes and the paths are unlit. This was a hair-raising experience having taken a torch that died not even 5 minutes into the park!! Please take a look at the video. ...
... and Mooloolaba and a guy in a Mercedes ran up our bum. With the tow bar on the back, he came off worse than us, we damaged the tow all cover and that was all. Strolled around the streets of Mooloolaba, had a Gelati before heading back to the ...
... that hung out their clothes on everyone's bed and talked all night. The room itself was pretty minging too with horrible beds and no lockers meaning everyone's bags were just in a pile on the floor. Plus there was only one toilet between 16 of us and two showers. Not ideal. Fortunately the hostel makes up for its shoddy room with a decent bar and restaurant. Thursday night is burrito night so we enjoyed burrito and chips for £3 while having a couple of ...
... out the right window.
Let’s start with the Bruce Highway named after a Bruce somebody who was most probably married to a Sheila, however no highway was named after her! It runs from Cairns to Brisbane, or vice versa depending on which way you’re heading and is a total of 1,700kms. It is linked with the Cook Highway to the North (named after good ol’ ...
We left Nundle headed north after stocking up in Tamworth and called into the lovely little town of Uralla. After advice from the Visitor Information Centre we stopped out of town at a free camp for a picnic lunch. This was a beaut spot and also a fossicking area along the creek. Justin met up with a couple who were at our Tourist Park in Nundle last night in their flashy Jeep and unusual small van. As it was still early in the day and the camping area was not ...