BreakFree Rainbow Shores
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... looong road where we finally arrived and stayed at Rainbow Waters Caravan Park. Park was ok but they put us down the back so was a long walk to facilities. It was a lovely town, but we could not find coloured sands. Maybe because tide was in at the ...
... some pictures then headed back to the hostel…
Sat and talked to the 2 news girls that were in our room, they’d just got back form Fraser Island and were leaving that night. They went for food so decided we’d go make food too.
Was rather busy, so ate then returned to the room after using the internet for a bit. The girls had gone to catch their bus. Ari went for ...
... that, our group filled in all the paper work and decided how much alcohol we all wanted to take, and firewood etc. Then Jonny and I, and the couple from England - Elisha and Evan, all went to the shop to buy some extra food as snacks. We all then made our separate ways to our rooms to pack, get ready, have an early night as we had to be up at 6 am the following day. Jonny and I ended up getting a drink from the bar, and then ended up having quite a few, and ...
... was being particularly annoying and it took all my maturity to bite my tongue. There were so many things I could have said to all her ridiculous comments. That night was loads of fun in camp. We did lots of singing and dancing around the campfire and drank lots of goon of course. The next morning, a bit too early for most of us, we had to get up. So Christos came round with his guitar, singing a wake up song and making everybody laugh themselves ...
We had to get up at 4.45am this morning to get to the start of a tour to Fraser Island by 6am. Fraser Island is the largest sand Island in the world. It is 125km long and 22km wide at it's widest point and rises to 250m, it is covered in rainforest which grows entirely in sand. It's a haven for birds approx 200 birds and also has a variety of Ozzie animals most notably a pure strain of dingo. We were in a ...