Leichhardt Hotel Rockhampton
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... popped into to town to get takeaway fish and chips,( even getting fish and chips is odd, they asked me how I wanted my fish!!!) most of the restaurants appear to be shut because it is a bank holiday, on the way back it was just getting dark, about 6:30, when we saw what I believe is correctly called a cauldron of bats, thousands of the things each one about the size of a small airliner, well at least twice the size of a ...
Day 7 A quick stop at the pharmacy due to an allergic reaction to an unknown source to get the day started. Once Nic was stocked up on drugs and cream we set off for the beef capital of Australia, aka Rockhampton. En route we stopped at the big crab for some fresh crab sandwiches (we did ponder at the croc and kangaroo pies, but thought better of it after all of the roadkill we had seen on the way) before thinking we'd stop for nice drink in Rocky. ...
... it is suppose to be rebuilt but nobody is sure when that will happen. It was so nice wandering around enjoying the tranquility. Just as we were about to leave the clouds started to roll in and we had a spot of rain.
Friday/Saturday 15/16th - Friday, it was nice and sunny so ...
... PARK BY FOOT, WE DIDN'T GET TO FAR BEFORE OUR KIDS MET SOME KIDS THEY BEFRIENDED AT 1770 SO WE FOUND THE SKATE PARK AND STAYED THERE FOR HOURS. IT’S A GREAT SET UP, THERE IS A PATH THAT WENT FROM THE CARAVAN PARK TO THE PLAY PARK AND SKATE PARK THEY HAD A BALL. THURSDAY MORNING THERE WAS A GAME OF BEACH CRICKET THEN AFTER LUNCH WE DECIDED TO GO FOR A DRIVE TO ROCKHAMPTON TO HAVE A LOOK AROUND, WE DROVE PAST THE BOTANIC GARDENS WHICH WAS PRETTY THEN ENDED UP AT A MAJOR ...
... with answers further on. The most bizarre is the bus stop signs as we have never seen anyone on the roadside and there are very few inhabited areas.There is NOTHING there so who catches the buses if they exist we do not know! Anyway, we stopped at some services to refuel and coffee. There was even somewhere to tie your horse! The coffee was foul, and it was the first coffee we binned. The countryside changed dramatically at ...