On The Beach Noosa
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We left Byron Bay behind us this morning as we made our way to Noosaville. It rained last night so again our timing has been perfect.
En route we stopped at Cabarita Beach and drove along the coast up to Kingscliff before getting back onto the freeway. Lovely beaches along here too.
Apparently there was a deluge in Noosa overnight but you wouldn’t know it; another ...
... Sound where the gangway leads into a very nice restaurant. (very convenient) A little more exploring then back on the ferry for home. Later that afternoon we return to the jetty with a plan to catch the last ferry of the day that will double as a sundowner trip where we are permitted to bring our own drinks and nibblies. What a bonus. A spectacular sunset with a smattering of cloud to amplify the views. Great end to the day with Charl making a great chorizo carbonara for supper.
... I am writing this blog three weeks after being here..Alan showed us around the camp we had been given to us for free to what we presumed was basic (oh how naive we were) it had a camp fire, a set of 'dorms' with home made wooden bunk beds for the first night and then tents for the second. The kitchen had a big table down the middles and there was a dodgy looking pool table which could be made into beer pong, dart board with only two ...
... town with grand central administration buildings and hotels of the 1890s. The town must have been very rich in the early years of Australian development. It had a brick court house, customs house etc. and a huge array of Australian style colonial houses with ornate balconies. All the central streets had rows of timber frame houses in the turn of the century period, and unusually, all had been kept in their original style. To tie ...
Unfortunately it was time to leave our nice Hostel already and move further up the coast. Next stop was Noosa Heads from where we wanted to explore Fraser Island.
We choose to take the same mountain road into Queensland as we used yesterday to avoid the boring Pacific Highway (it does not travel close to the coast at any point as the name may suggest) for a while.
At some point it was time to get back onto the Highway again to make some distance. ...