Getaway On Grafton
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... cabin, the sun was out and it was blue skies for the rest of the day. Something we have missed! We spent the morning on the amazing beach, with rainforest merging with the white sand and the Great Barrier Reef. We had a little snorkel and saw a few turtles pop their heads up out of the water not too far in front of us which was pretty cool. Not until we were out of the water did we see a large sign telling people not to swim in the sea due to the salt crocodiles that inhabit ...
... down to the depths the water clarity changes in stages to the depths. Way down we see the shadows of gray whaler sharks, writhing gently on their way. Also is a sea turtle float only a few feet below and ahead of us, at first curious to check us out and then veering off on his own. We both returned to the platform happily tired and our thirst of the ...
... and dad from Healesville in the Yarra Valley which frankly feels like a whole world ago. This one was to work peeps because I wouldn't be allowed to return without sending one...especially seeing as my team actually bought me one to send back to them! I've actually had to buy another one to send them because I have absolutely no idea where that one is and it's too difficult to imagine digging around in the depths of my suitcase to try and find it! I've ...
... favourite day trips of all! We took an old fashioned train all the way up, cutting across some astonishing scenery, over waterfalls and under rock tunnels. The railway itself was a highlight - it's an incredible feat of human achievement and engineering built in the height of the gold rush and they gave a really interesting commentary throughout. We loved it! At the top we wandered the markets, loving the aboriginal art and cute souveiners and having a nice lunch ...