Clarion Hotel Mackay Marina
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- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... leaves and they're grey. As dusk descends, the number of cars stopping for a rest or to stay the night increases rapidly. It is Good Friday eve and everybody has a place to be, except for a few long distance travellers like ourselves. Most vehicles are the 4 wheeled drive utilities with camping bodies or trailing a camper tent together with all the toys ...
... Swedish girl were heading to Brisbane, the other Swedish girl was heading south, and the French girl was heading for airlie beach too! We exchanged details with her so we could meet up, I imagine travelling by yourself can be lonely and we were keen to befriend her and she was eager to be around English speaking people so she could improve hers. So, Tuesday morning we went and collected our Wilson and, 3 days later than planned but with new friends made, we headed north, Airlie Beach here we ...
... the soft sand and the dangers of dingoes (the wild dogs living on the island). So what did I actually learn...well that if you went anywhere near the saltwater whilst driving you would flip the car and there was a good chance we would get eaten alive my dingos. What actually happened....we didn't even see a dingo the whole time we were there and we drove through the salt water regularly and guess what, no car flips. We were also put into our 4, 8 man groups. My group, group B ...
... up and said our goodbyes to the Packers and headed to Mackay. The best caravan park was full and the rest were a bit ordinary, so we drove 35 ks to Sarina. Here we found a lovely park - small but very neat and nice managers. They have free tea and coffee for morning and afternoon tea and cheaper than anywhere else we had stayed.
Next morning we drove into Mackay for a good look around - the town ...
... last 23kms, having to go to first gear, using one litre of fuel per kilometre, the last 23kms being a dirt road.
We drove into the camp area at the Dam, very clean and tidy, with a great amenities and tidy camping sites. We had been told that the Dam, held plenty of yabbies and barramundi, well all we got was plenty of weed, with a van and car covered in dust. We stayed the night, and next morning decided ...