Fitzroy Motor Inn
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... after all the beef capital of Australia!!
Back to the park for lunch and a quiet couple of hours before we headed back down to the beach (the tide was in) so Aero had another run and this time a swim too boot! After that it was time for a swim in the pool for us! All totally exhausted we lied down for a quick nap……which lasted a few hours more than planned meaning that we missed the NRL Grand Final BBQ that the park was hosting….Oooops!!
Day 38 – Rockhampton
This morning we loaded up all our beach gear and drove half an hour to Yeppoon. We had considered staying here but the beach weather hasn't been the best lately due to the constant high winds. Once we arrived we all jumped in the water to attempt to catch a few waves. The swell was a little small so only the lighter weight females managed some gnarley moves.
... worth a visit.
Fishing Fitzroy River
The Fitzroy River is a must visit destination for fishing enthusiasts as well as all animal lovers in general. The river features amazingly diverse aquatic life that fishing enthusiasts rarely return without at least one fish. The most popular catches from the Fitzroy River include blue salmon, mud crabs, king salmon, barramundi, grunter, bream, flathead, whiting, fingermark and prawns.
... saved. Wednesday another lazy one, cooked up those yummy chicken swirls for lunch from Burrum Heads Butcher so now freezer can hold more ice. Can't do any washing as the clothes lines are chockers every day. I need to get up at 6am.....to fight for a machine and line space....watch this space. State of Origin day and go Queensland I say.....I wasn't disappointed but some people I know closely were?
The next day I attempted to make pizza on ...
... of potential mines. The numbers were just staggering.
Back on the road heading to Mt Morgan for the night.
130 years ago Mt Morgan boasted as being the richest gold mine in the world, creating one of the biggest, bustling towns outside of Brisbane. The mine produced 225 tonnes of gold, 50 tonnes of silver and 360,000 tonnes of copper and mined in the area for over 100 years. The old mine still dominates the ...