Centrepoint Motor Inn
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... Tropic of Capricorn for the first time since Longreach. We then dropped in to the free zoo within the botanical gardens. It is a small place but has a great array of animals with a few primates as well as Australian natives. It did finally give us a chance to see a cassowary in real life rather than just on signs.
We went back to the van for an early tea then drove up Mt Archer to the lookout ...
Had a one night stay at the beach at Yeppoon in a caravan park and explored the seaside town. It took a real hammering in the cyclone early this year but the rebuild and modernising of the town is in full swing. A nice beach to walk and a little breeze overnight but not too bad. Moved on next day to Pete & Colleen's ( friends from NZ ) who moved here 6 years ago. A chance to put down anchor for a week , plenty of catching up on what each other ...
... the level of the bridge and then back up to the level of the Information Centre, you have to be gobsmacked. Apparently the entire town was affected in one way or another.
After our talk we walked the bank of the Burnett up to the weir. And that was that! Mundubbera well and truly “done”. But before leaving we must mention the fact that late afternoon and evening you heard as much German, French and whatever else being spoken, as English. This is ...
... were really good and I would definitely recommend it even though it's out of the main restaurant area. We headed out to Paradise Lagoons which is in whoop whoop to the Paradise Lagoons Campdraft. It's a 5 day event with competitors coming from all over QLD and NSW. Probably NT as well. It's in cattle country and its a bit like pony club on steroids. The parking lot was full of enormous horse trailers and there were horses everywhere. ...
... with the language. But within 10 minutes she was happily playing along with the other children in the park, and there appeared to be absolutely no language barrier whatsoever. Ahh, kids are just wonderful.
Back to Claire – she is Australian, was a musician and played the clarinet. She, in her wisdom thought she would not make much money being a musician, but wanted to remain in the musical field and mixing with musicians. So ...