Travel Blogs from Kingaroy
... half an hour,gave her a antihistimin which settled things down.
We went to taste south burnett,where we got to sample some fudge it was yummy,we also got to enjoy some wine tasting,great place and great information on the Kingaroy area.
We will now head towards Moree.
Traditionally, Kingaroy has always been the centre of Australia's peanut ...
... piece, with which the numbered blocks are struck. A great game. Ted was scorer, due to his ongoing respiratory problems.
Game over and it was time for Happy Hour for refreshments and yarns.
A communal BBQ was set for the evening meal. Ted elected not to venture out into the cold night air, so Cathy brought a plate back to the van for him. This illness is very frustrating and interferes with the social life drastically.
... venomous), and some different lizards and birds. The snake I saw was a non-venomous specie luckily, there are also plenty of brown and red-belly snakes around - some of the most venomous on the planet.... I was pretty happy with sleeping in a van and not in a tent though, wouldn't want to wake up next to one of these creatures! All in all a great few days up in the mountains, but on Sunday I had to start the drive down to Dalby and report for duty for the first time in quite a while!
... really pretty though and not as cold as I thought it would be since the trees shielded us from the wind. It was a beautiful walk and I took what felt like thousands of pictures (and some were actually of me). Still, after 2 hours we were all glad to be out and able to eat our lunch of sandwiches and chips.
We weren't able to rest too long though because soon it was time to feed the birds. Australia is full of ...
... 6 metres in length and 2.8 metres high so no more doubts about where we can fit!.
After taking another wrong turn to Beerwah, “Tom- Tom” was set up again and we followed directions to our destination; makes sense!
Free overnight rest stops are frequent along these highways and the one at Kilcoy was particularly comfortable with toilets, showers, shady trees and beside a ...