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... against the current around 30 metres out. The dogs were a little reluctant to follow us out. We swam along the beach all the way to the end where local fisherman were out catching their breakfast! On the way back with the aid of the current this time we swam out to the start of the sand island and walked all the way along it back to the opening of the beach (it was freezing being out of the water) we found little sand crabs all along the ...
... hopped on a
monster of a bus with some others and caught the ferry across to
Fraser Island. Not knowing much about Fraser Island, we weren't sure
what to expect, and although it was a fair amount of time on the bus,
it was a really fun day. The largest sand island in Oz, Fraser
treated us with a bumpy ride through thick jungle, a spectacularly
clear blue lake for a dip, an interesting jungle boardwalk, a yummy
lunch, a smoother and fast ride along ...
... to utilise Rachel's towel to take cover. Unfortunately the method failed. A basement restaurant owner saw us and took pity on us inviting us into his restaurant to take shelter. We felt so blessed to be taken care of by a kind stranger! After an enjoyable chat the rain stopped and we continued on our way to the hotel. Once back at the hotel we jumped into the lit up swimming pool to enjoy an evening swim. It was lovely swimming in a large empty pool, ...
... stunning to look out at, the air at the summit was so fresh too. Back in the car we decided to head towards the town of Cooroy for a little mosey around, it was a short drive from Tinbeerwah and we parked up just off the Main Street. We walked to Jamaica Blue coffee shop and enjoyed a coffee and a cake before having a little wander around. It started to rain slightly as we were walking so we didn't hang about for too long, we made the ...
... national park and did a short rainforest walk and saw some interesting parasitic trees, as well as escaping the blistering heat. We also took a short walk up to the boiling pot, a small hole in the rock at Noosa, where the sea rumbles around like boiling water in a pot. There were also hordes of surfers and bodyboarders riding the waves, so we enjoyed watching them bail for a while. Having said that, there were also quite a few down there who clearly had some ...