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Got up at 5:15am this morning and the room was already bright. It feels like 8.15am and I was drifting in and out sleep after that. Gosh, almost every morning I am waking up early. We were visited by 2 pairs of Kookaburras this morning. One of them even perched on the railing on our verandah. Their calling sounds sound a lot like monkeys. The group split from here. One group went back to Brisbane to catch a plane to Cairns while my group continued ...
... in the sea...until we were heading back when we were trying to paddle quickly and ride the wave back to the beach when the excitement overwhelmed us and we ended up the wrong way round, one lost pair of sunglasses and a toe ring later and we were back on the beach buzzing from our experience.
Later in the evening we had to head back to the hostel where we had our briefing for the next 3 days on Fraser Island. We were put into groups ...
... decent cafe in rainbow where you got a meal, big portions to and a drink for $10! I had seafood pasta, which was nice but had tiny little octopus' in it which was weird and they just taste real chewy of nothing! Then we met everyone in dingos bar for a tour night out. It was really good night, we had free jugs of dingo juice which is goon and different types of juice. Lynn who we met in ...
Rockhampton and Bundaberg both have free zoos, such a great idea, appealing to both families with children and tourists, as they are located next the cities' rivers and have either children's parks or botanical gardens next to them. I got to see my cassowary (a female as the male was sitting on the eggs) in the Rockhampton one, despite the fact that it started to rain.
Gavin and Katelanne came up to Tin Can Bay ...
... 2.20 a litre!
Heading inland I eventually made it to the western side of the island to Kingfisher Bay. Just as the sun was setting. Excitedly I jumped out the car to head to water…..not very often to you get to see the sun setting over the beach in Eastern Australia. Camera out and ready. UNfortuantely though the mainland was so close that the sun wasn’t really setting over the water :(
Finally I got to use my shelf in the patrol for ...