Noosa Blue Resort
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- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... find a link to the Noosa sunrise timelapse at the end.
... they were welcome to stay there. From here we went to Kawana Waters shopping centre for lunch and to do some shopping. Lee cooked us a lovely roast lamb for dinner. Before dinner we had happy hour with John and Shirley, an elderly couple nearby. He was 80, she late ...
... 163;1.50. It was also open mic night in the bar so we watched some good singers and also a few bad singers before returning to our prison cell. We woke up fairly early the following day because we wanted to explore Noosa a bit more. The four of us made the short walk down to the beach and walked along the edge of the Noosa national park which contains a few viewpoints and tiny beaches. We stopped off at a few of the beaches for a little cool off in the sea ...
... and the Pacific Highway to the South, a flying guess here but probably because it tracks the Pacific Ocean?
The landscape has changed dramatically on our drive, from the tropical rainforests of Cairns, the endless rolling hills of the Atherton Tablelands, vast lookouts over Noosa Heads estuary systems to the beaches of the Sunshine and the Gold Coasts. We even passed over ...
... we continued north to another great free camp just south of Inverell on the Gwydir River. Here we spent hours platypus spotting not having much luck the first afternoon but the next morning they were very active.
The next camp was in Cecil Plains and it unfortunately rained and turned the camp boggy. We left the next morning and had clods of mud flying off everywhere for the next 10 kilometres. Yuk!
We set Sandra (GPS) to her favourite mode ...