Comfort Inn Blue Shades
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... witnessing an amazing sunset damn! We boarded the ferry over to Fraser Island and settled in to our accommodation with some rooms occupied by spiders and the island filled with nasty biting insects so out came the Deet once again . Our day tour of Fraser Island saw us board a four wheeled drive bus to take us around the sand island. The sandy terrain proved to be really quite bumpy. We stopped at a look out to view one of the many ...
... purchased a half a dozen mixed flavours. In all we were there for about an hour or so for the whole thing. On a scale of one to ten, I would say a six. Back in the car park we reckon lunch would be nice by the ocean. So we head off for Bargara, only ten minutes away. We park by the beach, there is the usual, for Queensland anyway, grassed area with tables and benches, and we get our lunch ready. We have, on the way called into Rotten Rons, don't ...
... August. Quiet day today. Went for a long walk on the beach, just beautiful this morning. Quiet seas and lovely and sunny. Changed the bed, washed, did all the domestic chores. Heading of again tomorrow so have to clean things up a bit. Went shopping for supplies but got evacuated from Woolies. No one seemed to know what was going on so we went and had a coffee and waited until we were allowed back in. Back at the van & Jayne arrived. Had a talk and a ...
... through out the town showing flood lines & year that they flooded.
We had lovely drives inland as well to little towns like Goomeri, there's one of the best and cheapest Antique & Second hand shop there, just magic, and just out of town 11 or so k there is Kinbombi Falls and Bush Camp, the walk down the many many steps to the falls and creek below in a lovely conglomerate rock gorge ...
... let alone showers. I thought that burying your poop would get old real quick, so for our last 3 nights we pre-booked into official campgrounds (Dundabera and Central). They offer toilets and showers but they are set back in the bush, with minimal sun getting through the rain forest. The bird noise is super cool Van Halen level but it is buggy and humid back in the bush and I prefer the more rustic dune camping on the beach. Next time….as we will be ...