Kubba Roonga Guesthouse
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Not long to go now and we will be on our way. Interesting that the only part of the holiday that has been left with a travel agent to organise is causing stress. Firstly they won't send out the itinerary despite request to do so which means we can't check the arrangements until the last minute and ...
... the town of Glenbrook was fully booked. We took a nearby 60 minute hiking trail to Wentworth falls and bumped into many other tourists of all nationalities on the way. To cross the river, one had to hop from rock to rock; a bit of a challenge for Rosamund but worth the effort because the scenery was stunning. A different trail to return led us under a rock ledge, interesting but rather damp from water leeching through the sandstone and landing on our heads. ...
... the koalas I saw were in the koala
reserve and you could get very close to a couple of them as they were low down
in the trees – they have quite a large woodland area to roam around so it didn’t
feel they were in captivity, but obviously they are. I’m sure the one male to about 20 females is
very pleased about that!
I went for a walk around Cape Woolamai (a picturesque rocky coastal area and also
... very encouraging. Especially since we just took a free tourist map from the welcome center, and made up our itinerary as we went, we felt really lucky to have seen so many beautiful places in one day!!!
The day ended at a delicious Italian restaurant, and then in our sweet little family-run hotel. The man had stayed awake for us to check in, which meant a lot to us. We fell asleep after watching IceAge 2 snuggled warm in our bed.
... back to Leura and spend a bit more time.
We then headed to Scenic World . . . a spot that has two aerial trams, one over the canyon and one down into the canyon rain forest, and then the world's steepest incline train to take you back to the top of the canyon. We made another stop at Lincoln's Rock, named after a famous Australian mountain climber who survived a trek up Mt. Everest - beautiful views from his ...