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... on time. We made it though. The bus to Surfers Paradise was three hours with a time change. Queensland doesn't have day light savings as it is further North. The border between Queensland and New South Wales runs through a built up area so people living there must have a nightmare remembering which side of the state line they are on, and therefore what time it is. We had not looked into Surfers Paradise so had no idea what to expect. The only thing we had heard was not to bother! We ...
... legs from walking around we headed back into Surfer's and along the beach from Broadbeach. It seems much nicer the south side of town and when we come back I would probably sacrifice some of the driving distance and stay somewhere there. We stopped at Surfers Paradise Surf Club for a beer which was nice but didn't really compare to any of the ones we went to on the Sunshine Coast. But still beer was cheap and cold ...
... had a few hours drive north to newcastle, more of an industrial city. The only reason we came here was to do a wine tasting day but unfortunately we couldn't book onto one. Initially booked two nights but they only took payment for one, so after a walk around the city, a bit of food for dinner, and watching the Aussies go mad about 'state of origin' rugby league match between Queensland and New South Wales, we decided to get up early and head for byron bay, giving ...
in short shorts (which is the norm here) that come of about mid-thigh with a casual
t-shirt. Additionally, there is a
surplus of high schools in the area, and you can tell those students apart
because they wear uniforms. The
Australian school system mimics the one in England because it is a commonwealth
Thanks so much again for reading J
... same friends again and also some that I'd met in Sydney and at surf camp! We walked to the most easterly point of Australian mainland and up to the lighthouse that was there too! I have so many photos of the sea now I'm not going to remember which is which! Then me and a friend, Amy, walked round the shops trying to find green accessories for st Patricks day, failed miserably and ended up going out that evening without any green on at all! Although ...