Headland Tropicana Resort
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... to visit again. On another day, travelling back into the Hinterland, we stopped in at Maleny (wonderful milkshakes), drove through the Glasshouse Mountains, also stopping for coffee & lunch at Ricks Garage Diner. Lovely scenery all round. After a couple of days we make a plan to go back to Noosa, this time earlier in the morning. We managed to walk along the main beach and find somewhere for lunch, pleasant but very ...
... rotate some of the animals so they are not constantly been annoyed by humans which I liked. First thing I did when I got in there was touch a snake! Yak! Then you walked straight into the area where there were all the crocs! I have decided I hate them! They give me the shivery timbers! There was a huge tortoise which I loved! There were huge enclosures where you could go stroke and feed the Kangaroos which I thought ...
... Care people that we volunteered for had left an official Coastal Care Tshirt for Nia & a calendar for us. Tomorrow we go to Woodgate beach for a week - there is no Internet, patchy mobile reception and no TV. We are have a side trip to a reef Island in the southern most part of the Great Barrier Reef on Monday & Tuesday - probably not much internet there either! The blog may not be published for a short ...
... the Sunshine Highway. When we returned to the apartment we found that the Internet was not working. We had used it up. Peter went into town to hunt for free wifi to message Selwyn. The G20 is on in Brisbane starting on Saturday so world leaders are arriving. We had wine cheese and crackers while watching the news. Pork chop dinner with baby broccoli and potatoes, too full for ...
... a beautiful place is notoriously difficult to visit as it is exposed to the winds and can be a very uncomfortable anchorage. Fortunately we had a perfect day and anchored inside the wrecks just north of Tangalooma. Fifteen vessels were sunk on the Sholl Bank about 180 m offshore to form a 300m long wall as an emergency Harbour and although it provides ...
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