Illawong Beach Resort
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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A slow day today. Michelle started with doing the laundry. One good thing about nth qld is by the time the washing machine is finished the previous load is dry. We then had a bit of game of basketball and Chris made some sandwich's for a picnic lunch.
... After spending 30min we didn't see any so we went and did a few of the walks through the rainforest. This is a fantastic place to visit and we will come back again for a few days.
While on the walk we came across some tourists who were trying to catch one of the turtles in the platypus pool. I mentioned to them it was not a good idea and maybe they should cease. They apologised and happily continued there holiday. ...
... already out up for us and covered by a large tarp as it rains quite often on Fraser, but they were literally just tents, no luxuries in our camp. Muzza took us down to the beach for a beach party that night and to say the sky was absolutely beautiful is the biggest understatement I could make. I have never seen so many stars in my life, in fact I didn't even know there were that many stars in the sky. I wish I could have taken a picture but obviously stars don't photograph on an ...
... and hundred of miles of sugar crane fields complete with train tracks just for the sugar crane trains one of which Simon counted 76 containers being pulled. Our next stop was Dolphins Head, our apartment had an balcony with fantastic views straight out over the ocean and the boys have enjoyed being able to run straight onto the beach and we have enjoyed a glass or 2 on our balcony whilst watching them play. We headed inland to Broken River in Eungella National Park ...
... at the top. From here there were incredible views in all directions - over the countryside and through to the ocean. The lookout was 1,000km from Brisbane, 2,000km from Melbourne, 1500 from Adelaide, and 1950km from Darwin. 20km before Bowen, we passed a large snake next to the road. We had lunch at the Bowen waterfront. A great park next to the jetty. The movie "Australia" was filmed in Bowen - it was depicted to be Darwin. Just out of Bowen we passed "The Big ...