BEST WESTERN The Stirling Rockhampton
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... the end of a long weekend and also the end of school holidays the park really emptied out on Monday (5 October). We went into Emu Park for a delicious cooked breakfast then took Aero down to the beach for a nice walk. Other than a couple swims for us during the day and a quick drive into town for a Maccas Sundae on Monday we did very little else but relax!!
Today (Tuesday 6 October) we visited Rockhampton again (this time with the shops all ...
... After 90mins in the water we wandered along the beach and had a look at the rock pools before rinsing off, changing and having a look at the shops. We all indulged in a ice cream before jumping back in the car.
We continued along the scenic route, stopping at a lookout that offered views across to Great Keppel Island. We passed through Rosslyn and a few other localities before stopping in Emu ...
Since we were up at 5.30am on Sunday morning we went to maccies and treated ourselves to breakfast and then set off to Rockhampton. It's so strange once you're driving on the highway as there's just absolutely nothing for miles around, there's barely even and other cars so I don't know where everyone is. Also considering the long drives everyone's doing the radio is absolutely awful, its either the same 5 new chart hits ...
... it simple and it was excellent, just relish, cheese.
Friday my lucky day as I got up and 6am and managed to grab one of the washing machines (disinfected it) yay....amazing what you get excited about....not only that I was first to get my 3 loads on the line which are normally all taken up at this Park by 9am but it was a lovely drying weather day. We drove into Rockhampton, had a good look around and G shouted lunch as it was agreed when we ...
... the town and the Dee River. It is now an environmental challenge to the owner of the mine, as the massive pit contains acid water, and cyanide.
We had visited this town many years ago when we had good friends living in Yeppoon, and we had a tour of the old mine and surrounding areas.
Mt Morgan is a quaint, historic town nestled in the foot of the Dee Ranges, and we decided to stay at the Silver Wattle Caravan Park.