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... fish. On to Dunwich we head. We have booked into the Little Ship Club for three nights. We are able to tie the boat up here while we join family to celebrate niece Gemma and Dean's wedding at Point Lookout. Another beautiful cruise across Moreton Bay .... glassy, calm, still waters.
After celebrating a beautiful wedding and enjoying a Sunday Moreton Bay cruise with family Ronny and Olivette drop us back to the boat on Monday, 2nd June. The wind has picked up and we ...
... from the zoo but any that are brought in). We spent 6 hours at the zoo before jumping back on the greyhound bus to go to noosa. Noosa looked lovely but wasn't a big place. There were beautiful looking houses by the lake and we were told the average house price was about $6 million and that it was home for the rich amd famous. We didn't see anyone famous so had to settle with just looking at ourselves. We arrived in noosa and headed to the supernarket to get food only to find it had ...
... so small and utensils so sparse, that we had to wait a little while. Each floor had its own kitchen, but it was still 44 people to a hob and sink!
There was a balcony that just made it seem like Ibiza, which is where people though they were it seemed.
Had steak sandwiches for tea, were really nice, apart from the fact our jaws were killing afterwards from the amount of chewing.
Headed back to the room and for showers. Watched some tv and fell asleep.
... br> Days travelled: 206 days
Kilometres travelled: 21,698km
No times set up camp: 70
Nts free camping: 37
Nts powered: 33
Nts in Bali: 26
Nts in motel: 1
Nts in Adelaide lux digs: 23
Fan belt: 1
Gas bottles: 8 x 8.5kg
Coldest night: 2.6 degrees
1 head cold
1 man flu
Expensive diesel: $2.16 per L
Expensive beer: $71 for a carton of 30 VB cans
Expensive bread: $5.00 for basic white frozen ...
We checked out the hostel and headed on our way north stopping at Australia zoo on the way. This is the zoo that was founded in 1970 by Steve Irwin's parents, Bob and Lyn. We drove for about an hour but got to the zoo early so had to wait until it opened. It wasn't very busy being a week day except for some school trips and families. We thought about doing an animal encounter but they were pretty expensive and I didn't really need a photo of me holding ...