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Travel Blogs from Toowoomba
... couple Jodie and Shane at their residence in a retirement village for three nights.
Our time there consisted of endless chatter with the regular consumption of some magnificent tucker. The time went so fast we didn't get time to go for a walk to burn off some of the calories we were consuming.
And as a bonus from this area of Australia, our bodies appreciated the warmer weather as opposed to the cold winter weather that we had been experiencing ...
... The rock was granite. Steve is a bird watcher so he helped us locate a Kookaburra.
I stretched the truth some because he wasn't sitting in an "old gum tree".
After our walk, we stopped at a cafe for lunch. There was a thermometer on the side of the building. The temperature was in Celsius and Fahrenheit. The Fahrenheit reading was 99 degrees. It did finally get ...
... a walk in the extensive grounds of the Park and discovered three Koalas sleeping in three different trees.
Gayndah is located on the Burnett River. It is 366 kilometres north of Brisbane, and 145 kilometres west of of Maryborough. In 2006 it had a population of 1,745. Agriculture and grazing have been the main industries in the area. The town was considered for the capital of Queensland, but lost to ...
... they are a bit hard to find these days.
We headed off to Bundaberg via the town of 1770 and Agnes waters. We had not visited this area for at least 10 years and marvelled at how it has developed in that period. Agnes waters has come a long way and looks to be a very nice place to spend some time. The shopping has really expanded as has the accommodation in the area. Overall it looks to be a peaceful place to drop anchor for a week or ...
... took us down to their reservoir where they all went water skiing, then on to the river for a BBQ. In the evening all the family came over for dinner The hospitality that we have been shown has been humbling. They are really, really nice people.
We are now about to leave for Brisbane to catch the plan up to the Great Barrier Reef. When I have more time I'll upload the skiing pics. In the meantime have a good weekend y'll.
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking