Mackays Mission Beach
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... falls, and apparently the most photographed falls in Australia. Although there were changing facilities by the falls, we declined to go for a swim; a little too early for all that malarkey. We settled for breakfast in the car park instead, which was just completed when the first of the rest of the days visitors arrived. The day was completed by the Zillie and Ellinjaa falls. What more can you say other than they were waterfalls but different. Heading South at last, ...
... to West Point, to watch the sunset. Magnetic Island is a beautiful little place, but with it only taking about 20 mins to get from one end of the island to the next, it was a good thing we didn't have more than a day or two, else we would have ended up repeating ourselves! We also took some time to lay by the hostel pool, which had a gorgeous sea view. After Magnetic Island we took a very quick trip to Townsville, a quaint little ...
... to see such an incredible view of mission beach and all along the coastline. We were the first jumps of the morning and it was lovely and clear. We got to land on a beach as well, the only place you can. It brings a smile to my face every time I think about it. ...
We loved Mission beach so much we stayed and stayed and stayed!!
We had two birthdays there, caught the bloody elusive barra, caught the biggest flathead on we had ever seen, made friends and caught up with the lovely McGregor's, whom we had met way back in Esperance.
Genevieve turned 10 the day the McGregor's arrived - after swimming at Alligator Nest (no crocs) ...
... to and this time it was the couple who have the prime position down by the beach for 3 months every year. They filled her in on all the gossip. Etty bay is a council owned caravan park and for 2 weeks every year all the visitors have to disappear and it is open for local only. The cossawary chick I saw was about 12 months old, a metre high and just starting to get his lovely blue colour. About 2 weeks ago ...