Moorings on Cavill Avenue
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... you stand in these tubes and are locked in behind glass. After a countdown, the floor disappears and you go down a vertical drop, it was pretty scary! We had to wear these boards which attached to our backs so we didn't hurt ourselves. It was a lot of fun! After a full day of playing, we headed back to the free camp spot for the night. The next day we headed over to Surfers where we had a look around and did a few jobs. ...
This is also the first time the kids have really done a session of bush classroom.
There are a couple of jobs that need to be done but nothing major. The reality of the trip is starting to set in. All the prep is done, the research, the discovery, and the planning, now is the time for it all to start. ...
... had a number of different animals other than kualas as well. We fed a few kangaroos, and walked around viewing all the different animals, had a quick chat with a bird who took a liking to us, he just made a sound every time we did so it was quite funny! Afterwards we went for a walk at mount coo tha. Not a mountain, just a hill area with nice gardens and has a lookout point over Brisbane city which was really nice in the sun. Back home in the evening and cooked ...
... some trouble getting back on track.
Concrete sound barriers in neighborhoods are painted beautifully with nature scenery.
Lots of traffic.
Most beautiful beach yet at Currumbin Rocks. The sand squeaked when you walked - the strangest thing to be walking along and near it under your feet. I believe we were told it was the silica opinion the sand. Water crystal clear. Small waves just big enough ...
... the beach, before dragging or kayaks back up and a stroll down to the centre for refreshments. We grabbed some juices and smoothies to hydrate ourselves, and then decided on a plan of action. We decided to head up to the Lighthouse to lookout from Cape Byron, down on the bays both before Byron and and Byron Bay itself. When we arrived the golden sands both sprawled out in to the distance, with clear blue waves crashing on to them.... barely a person to be seen amongst the sand.. ...