Dockside Apartment Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
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Coach picked us up on time at 8, I have forgotten what it's like to get up early. We then drove to the main coach station and was put onto a bigger coach which took us to the catamaran. It was a 75 minute journeying on the cat to Tangalooma (Moreton Bay). Beautiful, golden sands, forest (I am sure I heard monkeys, before wine). Lots of water sports which we didn't do just enjoyed a walk, paddle and laze on the beach. We didn't stay to feed Dolphins I think it would be ...
... in. The
other campers must have thought something interesting about us. Yes,
we were camping without a tent. Beauty!
We brushed our teeth and got settled,
then went to sleep.
Babsi used several blankets and a
sleeping bag. Daniel and I used the inflatable mats and comforter and
sleeping bag. I found wrapping the comforter around my body sealed me
in nicely. In socks, a sweatshirt, and flannel pajama pants, I was
quite toasty! Then, boom, I was out like a light. ...
... settled in.
Nora and I talked until we found Liana.
She set us up cleaning Cackle and Bilbo, the laughing kookaburra's
enclosure. There is also a tawny frogmouth that lives with them. It
was another quick job. We then did dishes, swept and mopped the Feed
Shed, and helped feed out some animals.
I fed Cackle the nesting kookaburra and
Nora fed Bilbo. Liana then allowed me to enter the bush stone-curlew
and blue-winged kookaburra enclosure. I hand-fed one ...
... yet again...
We went ashore later as it was Australia’s Queens Birthday
Weekend, and walked away up the river, seeing all the lovely apartments now
built in the area ,more since last time, and their beautiful gardens ,the
bougainvillea, the lorikeets…all just Australia, and nice to be there, sunny
Both coughing, yesterday was not such a good day, health
wise, but today we are much ...
... Dam is built on the Brisbane River about 80 km from Brisbane. Built in 1984 it is the primary water supply for the Brisbane Region. When full it has supply 2000 times the daily water consumption of Brisbane. The Wivenhoe flood control facility together with the existing flood mitigation effect of the Sommerset Dam is intended to substantially reduce the effect of small floods to the region. During a large flood, it ...