Rainbow Ocean Palms Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Beach so we decided that instead of hanging around here waiting for a trip, we would instead go inland to camp tonight then head up to Hervey Bay tomorrow to sort a Fraser Island trip and hopefully there might be a bit more going on there to keep us busy!
We headed back inland and found a great little site full of campers at Tiaro, just outside of Maryborough and enjoyed our dinner and a beer surrounded by a few too many mosquitos!! ...
... This is where we get a ferry across to an island and drive 4x4 across the island whilst exploring it. The safety talk was so so long and boring but we rewarded ourselves with a chicken and vegetable stir fry which was very tasty if I don't say so myself. Now I'm tucked up in bed once more, ready for a 6 am start again tomorrow. Boo. Night all ...
... TCB has been frightfully decent to us. Pleasant neighbours, a clean, well-maintained campsite, pretty good weather and the most pleasant of surroundings. Lovely walks along a foreshore that is surrounded by the southern stretches of the Great Sandy Straits. Before settling Le Van into her berth (Peter can’t quite give up nautical jargon and this is prime sailing country), we ‘did’ Rainbow Beach about 30 km away. Walked to the Carlo Sand Blow lookout to see ...
... point away - champagne pools. Sounds a a lot more exotic than it was, with it actually just being a couple of big rock pools. However it was the only saltwater place that you can swim in on the island because of the danger of sharks! We found a small octopus in the rock pool, and everyone was watching it. A couple of the guys were trying to tempt it out from a hole by splashing the water a bit, which was working. Then one guy dangling his flip flop ...
... have a visit from a rather stern lady fire officer late in the afternoon advising us not to light a fire as it had been so dry. Incredibly that night it rained heavily! Tuesday was rather dull and cool and we passed through another couple of very quaint towns: Goomeri and Kilkivan to rejoin the Bruce Highway on our way to the fairly large town of Gympie, where Lynda had heard they had an Aldi supermarket! We entered its address to our GPS that took us right into its car park, ...