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... by a Dingo: you die - Be bitten by a poiseness spider: you die (3 of the 5 deadliest kinds live on Fraser) - Dive into one of the lakes: you die (happened to many Germans, according to our tour guide) Besides that there are gigantic spiders and insects, rats, poiseness frogs and "normal" snakes; lovely. Oh and if you wistle, very bad things will happen to you as Fraser Island is an aboriginal place. The briefing was done by an aboriginal who owned the campsite where we would ...
I woke up pretty satisfied with the surprisingly good sleep I had. It was nice not waking to an alarm and the bugs seemed much less of a problem which put me at ease straight away; the heat also didn't seem to bother me. We went around the pool and bumped into the girls from London and spent a while with them. I couldn't bare to sit in the sun as it was just too hot so I stayed under the umbrella and updated my blogs. Breakfast consisted of pick n mix and popcorn, ...
So Magnetic Island is gorgeous but not only is it a tropical beach paradise it is also full of koala's. We came across 11 today! We have again walked for miles seen some great beaches eaten marvellous food and well, just relaxed. The WWII gun emplacements were interesting and the it dawned on us that Lisa's Dad may well have been here then and we have been walking in his ...
... nice as Cairns'! It did the job of giving us a wash which was all we really wanted. There was a colour run on The Strand so we watched a bit of that before spending the rest of the day walking around Townsville's city centre and chilling out on the beach. That night, we found a quiet residential street and parked Urv there for some zzz's as we wanted to be close to the port for the morning. Next day we woke up early, headed for showers ...
... with lush gardens and heaps of space. And 14 kms out of the CBD which isn't a bad thing when your travelling with young kids. The boys have really enjoyed swimming, playing and all the wildlife that regularly visits. I have to say though, the park is right on the Bruce Highway adjacent to the train line - it is so Noisy!!! The road trains and freight trains are unrelenting going all through the night (guess they have to make that ...