Travel Blogs from Maleny
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Our guided walk through the rainforest was very informative, led by one of the reserve's lovely volunteers. You could really tell that the volunteers love their work and appreciate the rainforest. You can definitely enjoy the rainforest walk on your own, walking past the Red Cedars, Black Beans, Strangling Figs all the way down to the creek where Piccabeen Palms dominate. If you keep quiet, you can even spot cute pademelons or wallabies. On a ...
... in the park, they grew in each other or had massive lianen around them.
We also saw a little bit of wildlife in the park "the padimelon", they are so cute!! I didn't get a photo of them cause they were too far in the bushes or too fast..
The trees there are worth a lot of money but the people don't sell them cause they really care about the park, I reckon that's so good. We should do this more in ...
... behind at all. Stunning views from mt coolum once again but the rain was about to hit so we followed the boys and jogged back down. Back to Sara's in time for lunch and to get ready for work. Work was busy but some nice people in so it went quite quickly plus I was on bar so I got to enjoy doing something different. We spent Saturday at the plaza as we had some items we needed to purchase before moving on to New Zealand but in the end we ended up in the cinema ...
... to write some of the blog! We loved both of these towns, and although only small we felt they had a great friendly community vibe to them.
We did not by chance stumble across the Glass House Mountains National Park; we had actually carefully chosen to visit this area because it is very close to Australia Zoo. We spent the night in a motel this time in the town of Beerwah. This was our last night with our rental car, and ...
... I went into the study and spoke to a few of you 'poms' before watching the gorgeous sun rise over the back gardens forest area. Me and Claire were off to see some Whales. This was an amazing surprise as a belated birthday gift from Claire, and something that I had mentioned several times I wanted to do, didn't realise it was so close to where I had read about. We got dressed and headed over to Maloolaba to catch the boat. Rough sea...not cool... this did mean I was sick, ...
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Other places to stay in Maleny
58 Maple Street, Maleny | Hotelfrom $139