Coolum Beach Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... they didn't disappoint. The sand was very fine and white. It made the strangest squeaky sound when walked on, like fresh snow on a bitterly cold January day back home in Canada. On a more distressing note, many of the beaches in eastern Australia do not recommend swimming for up to eight months of the year due to dangerous, stinging jellyfish. Oh yeah, and there is that other fear. . . shark attacks, of which there had been an unusually high number ...
3.20am pick up Connection bus, transferred to coach at Aussie World then 1hour to Brisbane airport. Checked in and left on time. Very little time in Sydney after transfer to international, check in going through customs and getting Troy Rum. Left on time then in LA early due to tail winds, but only just enough time ...
... it ever since. When you look at the mountains today you will see that Tibrogargan still sits with his back to his son and gazes out to sea. Coonowrin has still not been forgiven by the family and hangs his head in shame. Late on a cold brittle winter's night you may hear him softly crying as his tears roll down to form the many streams which flow down to the sea from where his troubles began. ...
... SS Ducky ran aground during heavy seas in 1893. It was refloated, but again, heavy seas turned the ship about and back onto the sand where it remains to this day! Kinda neat! Took a swim and chilled on the beach a bit! It called for showers today, so far, hot and sunny! Great day! Though I should of done all these little things in July/August when it was only 20℃!! Haha oh well, makes for a good workout! ...
... took us on a cook's tour of Coolum. Some wonderful views from the lookout showcased this amazing town with beautiful beaches, shops and many new homes. It is also (slightly) famous for housing Clive Palmer's 'Palmersaurus and vintage car museum'! We might get to see it tomorrow as it is free entry this weekend only. How fortunate are ...