Illawong Beach Resort
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Arrived back in Airlie Beach on Thursday 1 October 2015 after an early start, with shuttle bus collecting us from Bayview at 0555. All is well with the boat and we spend the afternoon unpacking and provisioning. A trip to the local Woolworths, always a highlight, sees the fridge and cupboards looking more comfortable. Friday is the day for final provisioning, collecting the dinghy which has been in for repair in our absence and the addition of some ...
Mackay Marina was our first site on the bucket list for today, the road that runs along the top of the wall was just opened this week and we had the privilege of being one of the first to travel along its length to the end to experience the sights of the craft at anchor in the marina as well as the loading docks for the larger ships that come here for coal and sugar, the way this all integrates together has been well planed and one doesn't encroach on ...
... We went on and ended up in Mackay. Day ends here we need to stop. Huge place - Dane would laugh but this would be a good place to retire to! First park was full, but found this one on the northern beaches of Mackay right on the water with views out to the islands. Heaven. Bucasia Beachfront Caravan Resort is not big but lovely and has palms and greenery between caravans so so nice. We are staying 2 nights. Home. Wine going down well, walked round the park. Great. Yes and got my ice cream ...
... vacancies and it was the other side of town . Booked in set up the sites are big, slabs for the van wheels so no levelling was needed .Pleased the other one was booked as it was much smaller park sites were tight. After late lunch we went to get our supplies as we are very low . End to another ...
... can tell you. I suppose we should not have fed him but reckoned a bit of fruit wouldn’t hurt him, better than bread. On the road and head up the range to Eungella National Park which has a climb reminiscent of Macquarie Pass just near us. We get to the top and have a wonderful view right back down the valley, well worth the drive. Time to head back to our camp and arrive back about 4.45pm, ...