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... BOTH on low battery...with spare fully charged batteries waiting for us back at the apartment. So basically we have two lessons learned here: 1. Before you leave the hotel, check the camera battery to make sure it's full. 2. Always have a spare charged up camera battery in your purse/bag just in case you forget to do #1. Anywyas...back to the zoo... Kangaroos and Wallabys were next! They had a very big Kangaroo paddock where you can go in and ...
Great fun for ages 10 up. This course to complete properly can take up to 2 1/2
hours to complete. The food there was
quiet expensive, personally id take my own lunch there. As a family day, I
would take a picnic because it would be less expensive by the time you buy
everyone something to eat it can be expensive.
I’d recommend The Wildlife Currumbin Sanctuary
to young families and tourists as it is a day full of adventure. ...
... we passed the exit to Steve Irwin's Austrslian Zoo on the Steve Irwin Highway. We did not stop and carried on the busy highway. There was very congested traffic coming from the opposite direction (Gold Coast) into Brisbane bumper to bumper crawling most of the time.
Finally we arrived at Gold Coast and to the suburb of Southport where we drove to Mackenzie's apartment. We were so happy to see him tanned and looking a little like the ...
... and "bottom-set" on the seabed in depths of 10 m. The nets can be 500 metres from the beach. Occasionally, when we looked out from our hotel room, we could see the buoys attached to the nets but otherwise they are not visible & do not seem to deter or affect the surfers. Watching the beautifully tanned people, Mark observed "Rather than a lovely piece of polished wood we just look like some plasterboard." Awesome. I was channeling English rose! After a bit of a paddle ...
Paul Whitehead had invited us to stay at his place on the Gold Coast so we set out after David had had a swim in the invitingly blue pool at Coff's harbour. We seemed to have got up earlier than anyone else. Probably because, mentally, we're in a different time zone.
Quite a long trip up to the Gold Coast - about 400km and we increased that because there was a nasty accident ...