Bluewater Point Resort
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... due to 'southerners' and the multitudes of grey nomads seeking warmer weather and the beauty of the Qld Coast.The next day we spent a day at Brunswick Heads with my sister on the Northern New South Wales Coast. Beautiful place with great markets and beaches. Had lunch there and walked out to the heads and lunch on the foreshore. The next day we traveled on to Bribie Island where we are presently for 2 weeks enjoying the water views. Bongaree is a suburb of Bribie. ...
... what will happen before October. There are some great drives and hikes on the Big island which I am also looking forward to I love driving and views and interesting walks. We think of Hawaii as tropical but the Big Island can be desert-like in parts, those pesky Volcanoes again. We were staying in our own little home and catering for ourselves. We includes 5 people, myself and my friends Lyn, Karen and Sarah and not to forget Ben an active ...
We eventually got up around half 9 this morning. We had some breakfast and a chat with Teresa who made us aware of a prize home in the Birtinya area around half an hours drive south from Noosa. As we had no concrete plans for the day we thought it would be a great idea to go and have a walk around. We got ready quickly and began the drive down the Sunshine Coast Motorway towards Birtinya. After consulting the map for nearby roads ...
... to Australia Zoo to see the other animals we missed on the first day before we left, myself, Emily, Josh and Zac went to visit the zoo hospital where they operate and care for sick animals, it was great for the kids to see.
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Up at 6am to catch bus at 7, managed it too! Need to start booking later buses..... Journey wasn't bad either and just over 2 and a half hours later we arrived in Noosa Heads. Fortunately, a bus was waiting for us to take us to the Hostel so we could save our legs and backs for the walk later - it was very hot here though! We arrived at our Hostel - Nomads, and dumped our bags in the bar next door as it was too early to check in. So, we took a map and ...