Rainbow Sea Resort
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... guys' shoulders to wrestle each other! Then it's time for more sunbathing! :-) When it's time to leave I jump in to the driver's seat for my 2nd go and drive through the forest which is a lot different to the beach and a lot bumpier! But it's fun :-) After lunch it's time to leave the island :-(
A few of us go out for dinner together in the evening and then we have some drinks back at the hostel but I can't make it to midnight before calling it a night, so tired...
... us struggled to keep up! we arrived at lake Mckenzie (alive!) which is a large lake with crystal clear water! We spent a couple of hours on the beach and swimming in the lake before we started the drive back to the camp, on the way we got stuck going up a hill and all we could smell was the clutch burning out (Sophie wasn't driving at this point), we had to swap drivers otherwise we would be stuck on the island without a car! When we made it to ...
... only have pizza as they were shutting the kitchen. Day 2 - The next day was very chilled we went into "town" to have lunch with Amanda, then we had our safety briefing for our Fraser Island tour. We were put into our groups. Ours was a group of 7 with two lovely 18 year old English boys, Rich and Max, two hench Norwegians, Martin and Eskil who were doing a Uni year abroad in Australia and looked down their noses at backpakers and a 40+ year old peculiar woman ...
... We headed off again the following morning - shopped in Gladstone and had a nice lunch at Tannum Sands SLSC - decided to head to the town of 1770 for a few days. Found a nice park between 1770 and Agnes Water.
Friday September 5 - Visited the Captain Cook monument - this is where he landed in May 1770 (thus the town name). Took a 4wd track south through the national park and visited Rocky Point, Flat Rock, Middle Rock, Wreck ...
We have been here nearly a week now. It is a lovely place, part of Qld National Parks, and right on the beach just across from Fraser Island. However, it does have its drawbacks - there is no power and we have to cart water from a point in Rainbow Beach (about 15 mins drive). The pit toilet is a short walk along the beach which feels like a rather long walk first thing in the morning!