Rockhampton Plaza Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... was a pipe dream as Rocky was a ghost town on a long weekend Sunday. Coles was where it was all going off where we stocked up on steak (hopefully from the local area, but who knows as the butcher was shut). Therefore we headed for Yeppoon for the drink instead, before taking up camp in the Capricorn Caves Campground which was pretty much deserted apart from a few kangaroos and bush turkeys. After a week of school holidays, the peace and quiet was ...
Our last day in this lovely village and it's time to start heading south. Thursday was a lot of fun as sandy and I played golf again at Yeppoon golf club. I played like I only had one leg and one arm. But sandy played her best game of the trip. A solid front nine of 15 stable ford points, sandy really started to hit the ball well on the back nine and had a lovely 19 points on the back nine and have 34 all up which is close to handicap. Gerny, one of the local members joined us for ...
... that I would get the washing done before the weather changed. I had just finished the 3rd load of washing and the clouds rolled in - BUGGER. Not all bad - although I am stuck in the van, I have plenty of food, TV and my computer.
Saturday - Still very grey and raining on and off, but not heavy. Hopefully it will clear enough for me to go for a walk to Kershaw Gardens.
... UNTIL DARK. FRIDAY AFTERNOON WE WENT FOR A DRIVE THROUGH YEPPOON (A VERY NICE TOWN), THE ONE THING I NOTICE WITH THESE TOWNS IS THE WATER IS FLAT AND THE SAND IS MORE A MUDDY BROWN, AND WHEN IT’S LOW TIDE YOU CAN WALK ABOUT 300 METRE’S PLUS DOWN TO THE WATER.
WE WERE TOLD ABOUT A BEAUTIFUL FREE CAMPING SPOT UPPER STONEY CREEK IN BYFIELD NATIONAL PARK, IT WAS A BUMPY RIDE BUT WORTH IT, THE SWIMMING HOLE LOOKED AMAZING, CLEAR, BLUE,COLD BUT WHEN WE GOT OUT ...
... mountains to sea, from forests to wide open plains. We could go for a few miles and not see a car in either direction. This is bank hol Sat the great Ozzie get away... To be honest when we got Yeppoon , a sea side destination but not for our camp, we still wondered where everyone was. The beaches were deserted but at the first one we stopped at it had fabulous patterns in the sand made by the sea. We had an hour or two ...