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Day 51 – Maroochydore
After breakfast we loaded the boogie boards and swimmers into the car and drove a few km south to Mooloolaba. We have holidayed there before and always loved the place. It has a great combination of a good beach, shops and fantastic alfresco eateries right across from the beach. It looks like not much has changed in the 5 or 6 years since we ...
... lot of cool animals! I loved the koalas, we even got to pat them! Danny's favorite were the Tigers! We figured out where we wanted to go next while sitting in the parking lot, we decided boreen point campground was our first camping spot! Looked up a grocery store that was on the way and we're off! Now, for a side note, Dan had the hardest job, driving the manual Van on the left side of the road while on the right side of the car, meaning he has to shift with ...
... mouth, and some 600 kilometres (370 mi) north of the state capital, Brisbane. Rockhampton has a north and south side with three bridges connecting both sides, one for trains and two for vehicles and people.
Rockhampton experiences over 300 days of sunshine each year, which lends itself to tourism activities all year round and an abundance of outdoor activities. Popular attractions include Riverbank Parklands, a riverfront ...
... much fun! Went swimming, lunching, surfing. Saw Rainbow beach which is absolutely gorgeous, rainbow coloured cliffs over a white beach and blue surf. I tried surfing facing those cliffs... I fell off a lot. Didn't even make it to standing, could barely lie on the board.
Tam, Kat and I went to Toowoomba overnight. They have another sister and her family there and she was hosting a dessert fundraiser for Kat. Toowoomba is ...
... through with kangaroos and koalas in. They're very tame so you can stroke them, feed them and pretty much anything else you want. Some of the Kangaroos got a bit pushy when it came to food but most were really friendly. The midday show is a real highlight and basically every person in the park crowds into big stands to see the bird and crocodile show. The birds come out first, swooping a few feet above our heads, flying between the trainers. There was a ...