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... waiting to see it and it was fantastic. Even at the start we got to hear a very cool dolphin dreamtime story from the aboriginals and a roman God story that were very interesting. The dolphins can jump very high and a man surfed on a dolphin. It was very cool! A lady also jumped up in the air with a dolphin and then dived in. I now would like to grow up and be a marine biologist as ...
... zoo there.
Arriving at the Caravan Park we decided a meal in the parks bistro was on the cards. All you could eat pizza and pasta night. Think we all got our money worth on that meal!! Within this Caravan Park was the tennis courts, mini golf, go karts, play ground, pools x 3, Water Park, jumping pillow, games room, basketball court, spas and a kids club with many different activities on off over the week we were there. Not to forget the bar and bistro on site too!! We also got ...
... a Jabba bird! The bird had been found electrocuted with a seriously injured wing. Unfortunately Jibba Jabba (his given name) is too injured to ever return to the wild but fingers crossed he makes a good enough recovery to live at a zoo/sanctuary!
We also saw a bird show before getting back on the coach for another 30mins to Surfers Paradise (which Ainsley tells us is the unofficial capital of Queensland). It looks like an awesome place! Plenty of bars, places ...
... Surfer's Paradise, I can now understand how the place got it's name. As a seasoned professional, I can now fully empathise with the millions of like-minded surfers before me, who just like myself graced the waves with such elegance. Next stop was Brisbane. Only about an hour further north, we took in the views of the Gold Coast as we continued up the Pacific Highway. This was officially the earliest that we'd checked in at a campsite, so thought it worthwhile checking out the amenities. ...
... as no campsite is particularly close to the city centre. Thats the only thing about campsites they are always quite far out of the main city centres. The first one we turn up to is ridiculously expensive, but claims to be award winning - no thank you. We check out a few more, it seems to be quite booked up! Although we pull into one and turn straight back around as it looks awful! We finally find a decent one, just in budget - the lady gives us ...