Mackay Grande Suites
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After lunch and before the footy I went for a walk around the gooseponds while Michelle played Mario Party with Chris. We all then went down to feed the turtles and then back for a disappointing afternoon in front of the football.
We planned to leave for Eungella at about 6 as we wanted a full day there. We left at 9 and it took about an hour and a half to get there.
We stopped for a quick cache and then did the short lookout walk. Even Chris would like this view. At the start of the walk we found a Topknot Pigeon which Michelle was quite happy with.
Next we had play lunch at Broken River kiosk and then went for a walk down to find ...
... 4wd is not easy, soft sand makes the car swerve all over so you just have to try stay in the lead cars tire tracks. We arrived at camp, a purpose built campsite that's fenced off to avoid attacks from the "deadly" dingoes! Chicken stir fry was on the menu. We were given cutlery and a gas burner and off we went. Now as most of you know cooking isn't one of my finer skills so I proceeded to put myself to good use as barmaid! Wouldn't want the lads to go thirsty while cooking! Our ...
... On the way back to port the captain pointed out a couple of humpback whales that had surfaced, it was great to again to see some whales this time in Australia. As it was dark by the time we got off the boat we had supper at the Whitsunday's Sailing Club, the boy's eyes plus Robert's lit up when they realised it was roast night, can't bet a good roast! It was again time to move on as we continued to drive south on the Bruce Highway we have been taken aback by how ...
Left Townsville at 9.15am. Townsville is quite spread out. When we left Townsville we were driving through cane fields until we reached Ayr. Stopped at Ayr and visited the Visitor Centre - very helpful ladies. We went over the Bourdekin Bridge and through Home Hill. Passed a truck backed up to the end of the corn-railway-tracks. He was sliding 2 train-baskets filled with cane onto the train line. Next we drove 2km up the very steep Inkerman Mountain to the ...