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... from mail drop practice to bomb target practice, as well as a back drop for a wedding, and is gradually disintegrating into the sand and sea. But she must have been a beauty in her day.
We arrived at our 'basic' resort right on dusk, so yet again we had filled the day with activities.
The next day saw us back on that long beach but this time we headed in the opposite direction. We stopped to talk to some fishermen catching Tailors and watched dingoes ...
At 4.30am we take a drive from Buderim to Noosa heads - where we join the 'Dropbear Adventure' team and and head to Fraser Island for 3 days. After watching an hour debrief video about safety and driving on the island we get going around 8am. We all are singed up to drive the 4x4 land cruisers on the beach highway - a 120km sand track. (the biggest in the world)
After 2 hours we reach the crossing from the mainland to Fraser Island and drive on to the car ferry. ...
... Great Sandy Straits and moored in Garry's Anchorage on the west shore of Fraser Island alongside of Kim and John on Kimi. Greg and Louise kindly ferried a group of us ashore for a lovely walk to see or not to see the elusive Lake Garry. Fortunately we didn't run into any crocodiles or dingoes!
Had a relaxed afternoon on the boats and watched an amazing sunset.
... in at the top and float down through a small sub tropical rainforest. We did a few runs then headed back once more to the resort for beach frisbee and drinks. Not much energy tonight but all drunk anyway, I suggested going on a dingo hunt as I had made my spear for defence. When we all stood up the alcohol hit everyone pretty hard, we grabbed a few blankets, goon bags, my spear and some torches and headed over to the beach. Gave up on dingo hunting pretty fast so ...
Time and Tide
Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world, and apparently has been building up over hundreds of thousands of years. It has no rock, and no soil. Apparently it started as a large sand bank, which grew some grasses that decomposed enough to allow some larger plants to grow. Then there were layers of sand, followed by more layers of plant material. This went on over and over until it became a large island of over 100 kms long and 20 kms wide, and ...
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