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Our road south took us through yet more cane lands but eventually these petered out and we were back in Savannah country which was looking understandingly dry seeing that it is their dry season. A few hours' drive brought us to our freebie stopover at St Lawrence which lies on a river where there are some wonderful wetlands. We had been concerned that they might be dry but, although somewhat reduced, there was still water and some birdlife. We had had fond ideas of having some ...
... Can’t tell you what we watched, so it couldn’t have been memorable. Next day we turned left and stopped a little later to have a peek at Calliope Historical Village. ‘A peek’ ended up taking around three hours. The Village is a delight. It’s not a restored village as such, more a collection of buildings and artifacts collected and donated from all over Queensland. This includes a fabulous collection of memorabilia from the days when ...
... at the start of the road down to Inskip Peninsula. There are 5 camp areas (all named after ships I assume have been wrecked) on the Peninsula that is right opposite Fraser Island, 2 of which have "limited sites available for small caravans" according to the QLD gov info sheet. So it was with some trepidation that we drove down the 13k bitumen road to the camp area, worried that it may be too sandy or not any spots left for us as you are allowed a max of 30 nights at $5.95 ...
The beautiful Tin Can Bay!!! A little surprise for our beautiful little girl for her 7th Birthday. The morning of Tahlias birthday we woke up early and ventured down to the water and surprised her with dolphin feeding in the bay! She was totally unaware of what was happening until we got out of the car....all she new was that we had something special planned near the water! We were able to walk in knee deep into the ...
... because my car was a KA and this is an 8 seater 4x4 and two, because I haven't driven in so long. We shall soon see. The briefing basically split us up into 4 cars, the bulk of the none drivers were in the lead car with Brett our guide, the car 2, 3 and 4 which was made up of a mix of drivers and none drivers. We were car three along with 2 other English girls, Grace and Charlotte, 2 German girls, Steffi and Judith and finally 2 French girls, Steff ...