Comfort Inn Blue Shades
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... first how to do it! We started our tour with 4 cars 32 people and Ben :) First with the ferry to Fraser and the first car stuck in the sand... We drove about 1 hour along the beach which is also the highway on the island! After lunch we left the beach and drove inland to lake mc Kenzie which was a drive about 1 hour but the situation on the "street" was sometimes very difficult, the roads have been ruff and we've been bumping in the car :) ...
... 4x4 stuck in the road, as the road was made of sand. The whole island is sand...
First stop off was at Lake Mackenzie. Had a little walk do to it then left out bags and went for a swim in it. It was huge and so nice. It was all fresh water and had a ph of 4.5, so apparently made you hair nice.
As we were getting ready to leave a lizard came out and started digging a hole in the sand. It pulled out turtle ...
After spending 3 nights on Fraser its one place I will definelty be visiting again. There is really is no where like it.
I got a really excited feeling, driving off the ferry and onto sand. It was a warm arvo so perfect time to crack a cold beer whilst making my way along the beach.
After not too much driving, just up in front of me I could see a massive dark lump in the surf???? What on earth. As i puled up near it I could see what it was…a ...
... around we could sometimes see three or four pods around us but thanks to the skill of the skipper and crew we managed to follow a mother and calf for about 15 mins while the calf was continually breaching. It was everything we could have possibly wished for.
All to soon it was time to return to port and a short bus trip back to the motel.
After lunch there was just time for a few hours on the beach before ...
Driving south we crossed The Tropic Of Capricorn & the boys were given a certificate for crossing from the tropic to the temperate zone! We stayed near Tannum Sands where their annual beach festival was in full swing, of course not Glastonbury, more local bands with food stalls and stalls selling local produce, but good to soak up a bit of the local vibe. It was an overnight stop for us and then we headed down to Toogoom near Hervey Bay, where ...