Mantra Hervey Bay
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... from the kookaburras). We also saw sea eagles and kites. Ross, you would have a field day here.
Also saw an old shipwreck on the shore. This boat was built in Scotland in 1905 and did transport duty between Aus an NZ for 30 years, when it was sold off to the Japanese for scrap metal. On its way being tugged to Japan it was hit by a cyclone and washed up on Fraser Island. By the time the Japanese organised to come and tug it back, it was already embedded in the sand and ...
... sizes. After lunch we had a bit of a kip ready for our afternoon shoot down the dirt road to the old smelter looking for a tiny little bird called a Pardolote , we didn't see one but managed to take some good shots of butterflies , back to camp for happy hour and light the fire . Upon dark the night sky was magnificent so out come the tripods and cameras for some star trails, Kathy managed to get some nice images and received a merit at the camera club the following week (well done ...
... swim in the sea, unfortunately the beautiful ocean is too dangerous to swim in due to tiger sharks present so swimming is only advised in suggested swimming spots. Enroute we saw some unique and beautiful sights, 'the pinnacles sands', orange rock lit up so beautifully by the sun, and the 'SS Maheno shipwreck',where much of the wreckage is burried beneath the sand. We then enjoyed time at Eli Creek, a natural river rapids. Nathan particularly loved floating down here without ...