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... the web we landed on an apartment in Rainbow Beach about 2 hours away for $210/night. Even though it was out of our budget we snatched it up quickly as it was the last unit available. We were no stranger to the cute Main Street and beach at Rainbow as we spent a day there a earlier in the week with Laurie and Chris. We just hadn't planned on returning so quickly. We spent the weekend at Rainbow Beach walking along the beach ...
... a backpackers (Mooloolaba Backpackers) down the road. With no other plans we decided to walk over and ask if they had any vacancy and to our surprise they did!
However, it was barely lunchtime and we weren’t sure if we wanted to stop here or carry on another 40 mins to Noosa and try our luck there. We decided not to book anything yet and check out the town and beach to see if we wanted to stay. The beach was lovely. Warm, soft ...
Today started like most others in Noosa, with the buzz of leaf blowers clearing away the leaf litter and debris from paths, driveways and nature strips. A windy afternoon had contributed to an increased workload for the noisy blowers that seem to push the same leaves out onto the street where they eventually blow back onto someone else's driveway. The Eumundi Markets are a popular drawcard and we were in need of some fruit and veggies to top up ...
... tasmanian devils and other very large birds! After this Hen had a picture holding a Koala so picked that up as we were heading out of the zoo. Annoyingly we had to rush the last bit as we were relying on the public bus not the Greyhound as it was full and we couldn't miss the last bus back to Noosa. We had a 2 hour bus ride back that was in fact much quicker as we caught a quicker connection so we arrived back ...
This stop was a time filler and suggested to us by the guy in Brisbane who booked our trips up. It was a good suggestion! The hostel put on a free stand up paddle board session which went down a river. The river is lined with beautiful houses on either bank and filled with so many nice boats so it was cool paddling our way around there. I was doing so well standing up and keeping my balance until a huge gust of wind increased ...