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... driver change and we drove down the beach to a large shipwreck that we had passed in the morning. The wreck was that of the Maheno. I would guess it is about 60m end to end so pretty big. It was beached in 1935 when being towed to China for some reason. There it sat rusting away with locals looting it for the timber decking, amongst other things. Then along came the Australian Air Force wanting a bit of target practice and bombed the back end of it up. We took a few ...
... in these conditions (our tour guide - Martin, was a pro!) - 244meters is the highest point on island - It has 6 of the deadliest snakes in the world - It has the worlds longest sand highway - It is a recognised Sand Highway so it has an 80klm speed limit and Police do still pull people over and fine them for speeding. - It's Lake Mackenzie is a natural jewellery cleaner - It has a 75mile beach Over the three fun packed days, they consist of a lot of driving, walking, ...
... campsite we had stayed at in June. An olive green tree snake slept in a tree, after just eating a frog lunch. Sea turtles popped up their heads in the breaker waves. Rob walked around digging up Morton Bay Bugs, the size of small bread plates. Corey was the only one to catch a fish- a small Whiting.
Brenno and Jess finally joined us a few hours later, wishfully hoping they would have no more car troubles on this remote part of the ...
... the lake which wasn't warm at all!!! The lake is the deepest on the island, and after a step or two into the lake, it feels like a sheer drop - we named it the green lake, as even though it was clear, it was so dark due to the depth.
After larking about we headed back to the vans with a pitt stop off at the Sandblow which had englufed the forest over time and now blowing past onto more forest which will soon reveal the dead forest and engulf the land in ...
Well the less said about Hervey bay the better. We arrived on Sunday evening and decided we would head out for dinner. we were only 15 minutes walk to the esplanade, where we expected to find lots of restaurants cafes and bars, Hervey bay is, after all, the gateway to Frasier Island and therefore gets a lot of tourists travelling through. We walked for well over an hour, up and down the esplanade looking for somewhere to eat, it was only around 8.30 and pretty ...
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