Windmill Motel & Reception Centre
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... didn't hold our attention for very long. Now as planned we're parked in the huge fatigue stop-over site on the Bruce Highway, parked next to an area laid to lawn with gum trees stretching into the distance. Enticingly, there are notices around warning of the presence of Koalas, chance of seeing one is about zero, they sleep high up in grey trees all day digesting ...
... want for Christmas from him? Their grandparents and spin toothbrushes. My heart almost burst with pride. I think Santa can manage that request.
So, after having to fight with the woman at reception who wanted to charge me a $10 cleaning fee for towels I never used, we left Long Island and the Whitsundays. We took a ferry back to Airlie Beach, picked up our car and started the long journey to Brisbane.
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... for a second afternoon, relieved that Wilson was able to be fixed and that we could afford it. Mackay had been a slow paced and, car problems aside, a relaxing few days pottering about not doing a lot. We realised that we had spent the majority of the past weeks driving or doing something, so actually it was nice to have a mini break in our holiday! We had another night chatting and drinking with our European friends, we were all heading our separate ways in the morning, the Dutch girl ...
... We did not have any luck as the car washes we found were all a bit of a tight fit for the van, so we gave up on that idea. Ang is cooking crumbed lamb chops and veges for dinner tonight. Looking forward to that as we did not have a proper lunch stop today. We will make sure we stop for morning tea and lunch properly ...
We left Airlie Beach, and headed off to Eungella Dam. What a day of experiences. We had a cuppa at a small town called Marina, and then on our way again to the Dam. We had been told it was a steep drive to get to the town called Eungella, and this sure was the truth. Beautiful flora, great road with plenty of grates, used for the several small waterfalls coming down the hill, but was it steep ! Bitumen road ...