Comfort Inn Rockhampton
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Had a very chilly night with our free camp but got through it all right. Up & had some breakfast then on our way to Causeway Lakes. Got here early and unpacked. Went to see Pete & Anne at their park across the lake. Very old camp but they are very happy. Lots of nice people there, and lots of ...
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Rockhampton Heritage Village
Step back in time at this friendly museum township showing you what life was like in Rockhampton between 1850 and 1950. Every couple of months there is a market with lots of stalls, though there is always lots to see.
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... Today we will leave here and go to Emerald for the night. It will be good to be somewhere different and to get decent Internet reception. I am writing this at 5am as there is not much interference at this time.
June 19th 8pm
Arrived in Emerald this afternoon after an uneventful 279kms. Park is very full and no TV reception, but the internet works well and we wish we had free camped but as I have washing to get done this is where we have to be till Sunday.
... would get you a fraction of the distance. There are constant reminders of just how big this country is and how long some people will be driving for to get anywhere with civilisation. Every so often along the road there comes a few 'trivia' signs...one asks you a question, usually about the wildlife or the area you're driving in, then a little while later another sign comes up with the answer on it. These are designed to keep your brain active and to keep you alert. Also, ...
... had a no liquor on the premises rule since they ran a bar. We celebrated the long drive that day with the rest of a bottle of wine in our room and got up early to head up the coast some more towards Yeppoon and Great Keppel Island.