Mantra Hervey Bay
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I am never going to be able to describe the amazing adventure we had today. From start to finish it was perfect. A little scary at times.
Early pick up, 7.30 and taken to River head for the barge to take us to Fraser Island.
Fraser Island is the worlds largest sand island. On arrival, and having spotted my first kookaburra, we climbed …
Queensland's opted out of daylight saving time, we were again up early and on the road. Heading to Hervey bay we drove towards Gympie on the scenic route, around Cooroy, on the side of the inactive volcano was a forest fire, still smoldering from its fire on Tuesday.
We headed up to Rainbow beach skirting round Gympie an inland town which once …
... known to exfoliate the skin and remove any purities, hence Tash stayed in there for as long as possible.
Rainforest Walk - before engaging on this 1.8km walk, we were told by our guide to ensure we stuck to the walking path as there are known to be large venomous spiders in the rainforest, which could potentially kill a human. What a great motivational start! The walk seemed to pass very quickly and it was fascinating to see the tall ...
... it 4 times...worryingly bad aim haha.
Next stop was Champagne Pools, a selection of rock pools which was named due to the waves which crash into the pools and create a fizz of bubbles, feeling as though you are swimming in champagne, a beautiful spot where we also saw an amazing rainbow and whales jumping in the distance. Sounds all good to be true, but it is.
Last stop of the day was Indian heads, a beautiful cliff overlooking 75 mile beach ...
... and I couldn't help but think that they resulted the cliffs of guernsey. Next up was Indian head... A climb to the top of the cliff gave an I pressing view of cathedral beach and the sea lift down below. Back at camp we prepared lunch before setting off again to Eli creek where we jumped into the water and like a lazy river it carried us back down to the beach. A few minutes drive on we jumped out of the cars to get some pictures of the ship that was left beached on the sand. This ...