BreakFree Rainbow Shores
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... only have pizza as they were shutting the kitchen. Day 2 - The next day was very chilled we went into "town" to have lunch with Amanda, then we had our safety briefing for our Fraser Island tour. We were put into our groups. Ours was a group of 7 with two lovely 18 year old English boys, Rich and Max, two hench Norwegians, Martin and Eskil who were doing a Uni year abroad in Australia and looked down their noses at backpakers and a 40+ year old peculiar woman ...
... k return walk to Lake Wabby. This is another fresh water lake - only small but has lots of catfish - saw a few big ones cruising along the edge. The lake is at the bottom of a huge sand blow - no vegetation, just a big sand dune - hard walk from the bottom to the top after visiting the lake. Back to the resort for a nice coffee and lunch and another try at fishing. This time was a little better - one under size Taylor but caught 4 nice ...
... as if this is the case. Today, has been much cooler and we have had some very heavy showers of rain throughout the day – hope they are not getting too wet on Fraser Island! We had a look around the shops at Rainbow Beach, that only took 15 minutes, not many here, then headed over to the Surf Club for a coffee watching the waves roll in.
Tomorrow, S, S, J & J rejoin us here at Rainbow Beach so it will be interesting to hear their ...
... a bit lazy and didn't make it there! Leaving Noosa we made tracks for Rainbow Beach. When we arrived in Rainbow after about a 2 hour drive, we once again checked into our hostel and got food! We then had an early night making it a pretty uneventful day. It was also Jess' bday!! ...
... flooding the interior of the car and its passengers. As frustrating and comical as it was in the end, we were all grateful Maidy didn’t swerve to avoid the swell, as apparently a large number of tourists flip their cars every year while trying to avoid such instances.
After our return from Frasier Island, we headed south to meet with another friend who happened to be around Australia. We followed ...