Eumarella Shores Noosa Lake Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
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... put the ends on the awning, and there was a bit of wind followed by moderately heavy rain for an hour or so. Poor Angela had to go to work in Brisbane today and was driving back through the storms, them couldn't get into to campground as they lock the gate at 6 PM and of course she didn't have a key. She was a bit wet by the time she found where we were camped and got in out of the ...
... had lunch before the long journey ahead. It was the most tiring thing ever. After getting stuck in the reeds our motivation was lacking and canoeing was soon losing its initial fun. Finally tired and achy we arrive back at camp learning we did a trip of 13km! No wonder we were knackered. That day absolutely destroyed us so it was an early night all round. Not before we transferred to tents and with the on/off rain this was going to be fun!
Another morning, more ...
... which was about 15 or so minutes away. The town is nestled in lush forest and has a wide main street full of interesting shops and several bakeries and cafes. It is GF heaven for tarts and slices but I was after a caffeine hit. The town would be a lovely lunch spot even on a non market day. The markets are excellent with a wide variety of stalls and mostly handmade by the smallholder products. I bought a ceramic ...
... it up and walked off with the snake in his hand with out even uttering a word. A real life crocodile Dundee. It took us over 2 months but on our final night in Australia we saw our first and hopefully last snake! In the morning we was ready to set off on our final drive of the trip down to Brisbane where we would then fly to New Zealand. Typically on the last day The slow puncture we had finally gave way and the wheel was flat. So I ...
... close encounters with the animals (well the tiger one is $500 thank goodness as that was L's first pick). We get almost an hour with the koala "Mash" and a keeper with just 3 other people. And since L is under 14 we get to go along as well. They tell us all about the characteristics and habits of the koala and Luci gets to cuddle Mash for probably 10 minutes. They are soo cute. You really do just want to hug the little guys. But E and ...