Oaks M on Palmer
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... cuddles ha!
The crocs at the park were huge and massively impressive, and we aren't sure if the keeper is crazy or brave for getting so close at feeding time. Why people ignore the guidance is beyond us, a 4.5m 600kg Salty can completely hide in water 12 inches deep, we saw it do this, you'd have to be a moron to even risk it! Listen to the sound of the jaws slamming shut in the vid, enough to crush any part of you into a mush without any bother. ...
... called Base, which is located right in the beach in Nelly Bay on Magnetic Island. It is a very cool place with a large bar, and lots of small cabins scattered around. There were eight beds in the cabin we stayed in, but not all of them were in use the two nights we stayed there. Also here our roommates were all really nice and friendly. Base was a very social place, and in the evening on the first day, we had dinner and played bingo in the ...
... animals we hit the road again. We made a quick stop in Ayr to grab some fruit and cheese and crackers and then made the final trek to the Whitsundays. The landscape was lush and green with sugarcane fields lining the road almost the entire drive. We arrived in Cannovale at around 3 PM and checked into Paradise Court. We lucked out and were able to book a island cruise for the following day. Once we were settled we headed to Arlie Beach where we wandered the plethora of beach ...
... season starts in November and lasts until April. There are nets up in Townsville and Arcadia but not on Horseshoe Bay. A group of young Americans didn't see the risk but they were the only ones in the water - Darwinism at its finest. The beach runs straight out of the bush but for a short single road with a couple of cafes and picnic benches. Another amazing spot. We walked the length of the bay, watched the sun go down and were invited for a BBQ by some more hospitable ...
... it still took awhile as we sat
and watched a rifle bird feeding on the trunks of the trees.
As there was a Cassowary seen at the
dam a couple of weeks ago we thought we would head down there and
have a look around. No Cassowaries but the drive in was very
interestingwith a lot of wildlife around.
As it was starting to get late we
stopped for one last walk at Birthday falls which although moderate