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... famous for its dolphin feeding and apparently is another must. The caravan parks seem to be quite full but we stop at one and their is one spot left. As I walk through the lady tells me how this place is good with only old people like us! Really I didn't think I was that old. I have kids I tell her. "Well we will just pretend they're not here then". So a bargain at $30 a night as the National Park is more expensive. Yep another one of those places that doesn't like ...
From Little Yabba Creek we headed to the northern most part of the Sunshine Coast - through Gympie and towards Tin Can Bay and Rainbow Beach.
We stayed about halfway between Gympie and Tin Can Bay at a unique caravan park called Standown Park. It's not your typical, commercial type of caravan park. It has been set up as a place for war veterans who are travelling to go and stay, and they have created this lovely lake and memorial area dedicated to veterans and those lost in ...
We headed to the dawn service at Rainbow Beach. Up at 3.30am for the 4.30 start. A lovely cool morning, pitch black sky's and a lovely service. We then headed back to bed for a couple of hours sleep and rested the day on the beach, swimming, reading and kite flying with Simons new ...
... But we finally managed to cook, and we enjoyed our first dinner, which was chicken stir fry. We then followed with a fruit cake, and started on the goon. We had such a good night, drinking goon and getting quite drunk, and having so many laughs. We played some drinking games, including 21, which was hilarious. We included rules from all our different nationalities, so it was so funny when trying to say phrases and words from each others languages when drunk. The ...
... clattering 45 minutes we arrived at our first stop - Birrabean Lake. It wasn't as picturesque as Lake Mckenzie which would be half to beat but it was still pretty amazing despite being a bit swampy, which Jarred explained was because of the high rainfall that they had received due to the tail end of the cyclone. We all took a few pictures and then settled down on the sand for about an hour, Suze and I joined a very lazy game of frisbee with some others from our ...