Outrigger Little Hastings Street Resort & Spa Noosa
Travel Blogs from Noosa
After passing by the Glass House Mountains this morning, we drove along the Sunshine Coast, stopping by Mooloolaba for a BBQ lunch in front of the sea.
Yesterday we drove up to Noosa and walked in Noosa National Park. It's a nice town, with the sea on one side, the river on the other. And so many pelicans :-) We stayed in Noosa Woods last night and we'll probably do the same tonight.
After almost 8 months without them it was finally time to collect mum and dad front he airport! Sam and I had already moved into a 2 bedroom apartment just around the corner from Hollie and Louise's apartment and it was perfect! We had huge amounts of space and a cool roof terrace that overlooked the city and cricket grounds. We watched about a million people greet their family and friends and we were still waiting for mum and dad, it was killing us! They eventually ...
... Australia's idyllic spots next to the ocean, and we found ourselves sharing it with only a handful of other people. As mentioned before, the golden sands and inviting water did disguise a more sinister side... We decided to hit the waves and try body boarding, at first with some success until Rach thought that something had caught on her. You guessed it, turned out to be a stinger. In fact, it was a Bluebottle - a particularly nasty type ...
... turquoise crashing waves that stretched as far as the eye could see in both directions! Amazing! On top of that, the southern half of the beach was fringed with 100ft sand dunes and multicoloured cliff faces. Originally we'd planned to just have a quick peek and move on but in the end we couldn't resist a 2 hour stop off to enjoy some QT beach time and a picnic on the cliff overlooking the bay. Sad to leave, it was time to get back in the car and ...
... outside with a great Country and Western band playing.
John then very kindly drove us back to Mooloolaba where we were reunited with Margaret and Ian.
Today, all 4 of us have been whale watching which was most exciting. Up at sparrows and then leaving on the Whaler1 from the Wharf, we set off into choppy waters to enjoy observing many Humpback whales and their young calves, some only 1 to 2 weeks!
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