Cluden Park Motor Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... rush as the drink deal finished at 9pm. I found a tent in the luggage storage and used that it had been there the day before, they saved me from sleeping on the beach. So with put the tent up making dinner I was running bit later than planned. I was ****** again, fell asleep for a bit at the table, then got another drink. Goon does that to me. I used the wifi I'd paid for, chatted to Cathy for a bit then went to bed. I was going for a walk in the morning with Canada guy I'd met in the ...
... very lucky that we had not had an electrical fault fire in the van!!
Given it was quite late by the time the issue had been resolved the planned shopping trip was cancelled and we settled for a dinner of Hungry Jacks for me and KFC for Wendy!! What an afternoon that was!!
Tomorrow we will be back on the Bruce Highway again heading south for a couple of hours to Bowen!!
Ooorooo Mick, Wendy and Aero!
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... back to 1979, where the North Queensland Military Museum committee of management requested Townsville authorities that Fort Kissing Point be allowed to open as a Military Museum. The Fort operated as a museum until August 2008 when it was closed for further restoration. The North Queensland Military museum was renamed the Army Museum of North Queensland and relocated to its current premises in 2009.
On the same day we went to ...
... We got wet a couple of times from the waves splashing. Eventually after about 20 minutes, we arrived in magnetic island. As we were on the top deck, we were the last off, and by the time we had got off there was no room on the bus! Us and quite a lot of other backpackers going to the same hostel had to wait another 40 minutes for the 5 o'clock bus to arrive. Once it did, it was a slightly different bus, with no ...
... wasn’t all that cool either! Unfortunately, from the lookouts, onecould also see the extent of the drought – there is a wetland which is apparentlyusually swarming with birds but now it is just a dry bowl of dust. Very sad… What was quite uncanny was the fact thatsomehow this huge granite hill and the city spread around it, made us think ofdowntown Cape Town! Although, of course,Cape Town is much more beautiful!
We took a recommended drive up to the lookout ...