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... shot at the hill but thankfully we all made it, its going to be a late lunch. A pit stop was required at Eurong, while most of us were looking in the shop, Es drove across to across to the toilets. A call came across the radio "I'm bogged”, there quiet sound of giggling and the two Joes went to the rescue. We arrived at Happy Valley at 3:05pm, lunch menu finished at three so hamburgers it had to be and a couple of beers ...
... a snatch and a 45 minutes we were lined up for the ferry. Exiting the ferry was much better, Joe B only got a little bit bogged and after several attempts freed himself. The drive up the beach was very pleasant looking at some of the beautiful circle work some young blokes in front of us had provided. Half way up the coast we came across a crime scene, the police blocking traffic in one direction and the Parks in the other. It was a dead dingo!!, apparently on this island ...
... to spend as much time enjoying it rather than digging our wheels out of the sand! Fraser Island is amazing! We loved it! As soon as you get on the boat from Rainbow beach for the short trip across the views are just stunning. The sand is beautiful and the sea is crystal clear.
Our first stop of the day was Lake McKenzie. We hopped in for a dip straight away. You can only swim in the freshwater lakes on ...
... circling overhead to pick the flesh off your bones. Luckily Fraser Island is well traveled and you shouldn't run out of water... or beer... before being rescued. From all I spoke to, the tracks I went through without getting stuck, easily elevate me to an experienced 4WD level. It was very challenging but worth the fear factor. All four of us got a big adrenaline rush from this bit of road tripping.
The second day on Fraser Island began on a little tiny 6 seater prop plane that took us over the island to see some of the areas that are only accessible by either a long hike or by air. We also could see sharks and stingrays in the water as we flew over the coast line....reminder to not swim in the sea over here!!! It was a really good trip although kinda scary to be in such a small plane!!
We took off and landed on the beach and the rest of the bus who decided ...
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