Country Comfort Bundaberg
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... and hopped across the road, causing the car in front of us to brake suddenly. However, she could not stop the car on time and it hit the kangaroo breaking her right headlight. The kangaroo fell, made a flip and continued hopping on. It was shocking to have witness it. 11:30pm By the time we arrive at Bundaberg, it was 6:15pm and we decided to head straight to the turtle rookery. There are already a lot of people there when we got there. The nesting period is between Nov and ...
... a top up of fuel and to clear and close our post office box we the made the short passage to Thomas Island, one of the most southerly islands of the Whitsunday group. Unfortunately it was a rocking and rolling anchorage though very pretty.
Thursday morning and perfect conditions for heading south. We had planned to head for Island Head Creek but it was so calm we continued to Rosslyn Bay, just south of Yeppoon having travelled 205 nm. On the way ...
... By this time we were about 45 min behind our schedule, and the SAG wagon (the vehicle that follows the rise to pick up anyone who can't manage the day) was not far behind us. We weren't the worst off though. We stopped on two occasions to help people who we're struggling.they didn't need much, just a jelly snake and a few words of encouragement. Oh, and it rained a few times. Not really heavily, just enough to be annoying. After lunch we did a quick bit ...
... a tour that unknown to us included a tasting session at the end. We finished the tour before 11am and then had to taste a selection of mature rum; mental note for future – don't do distillery tours after lunch.
We then headed to Bargara a short distance from Bundy on the coast. Bargara was a lovely prosperous small town, the nicer side of Bundy. We drove along the coastfor a little before heading back along the highway towards Hervey Bay. On route we stopped ...
... and Chris,with three young girls just finishing a 5 month trip around OZ and spent the rest of the day and night trading stories and getting the goss on what not to miss.
I'm not sure why Mez missed all the action shots of me carving it up. Probably going too quick for her to get the camera in focus. Or maybe it was when she was having a cuppa with Chris.