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We continued our jourmey up the east coast with a days stop off at the famous Steve Irwin Australia zoo. Lucy mentioned we had already been to an animal sanctuary and the singapore zoo whilst travelling but Liam explained that we must see this one. Obviously we had already seen and been up close with animals such as kangaroos, koalas and crocodiles but it was worth the experience. There were a wide range of animals as expected at the huge location but our favourite experiences were ...
Forster was great, my favourite place so far! That might be because of the people we met, the surf, the water, the dolphins, who knows.
The highlight was defiantly meeting Oscar Tim and Amy, it was so nice to talk to some one other than adults! They showed us around and we had some really good days down by the wharf, jumping off the pontoon in rubber rings.
... for $25. All around the park they had animals with guides which you could hold or touch anyway for free! The whole day was really interactive with the animals, which I guess is exactly what Steve Irwin wanted.
We saw a crocodile show and really enjoyed stroking the kangaroo's. You could feed them and get really close. I even took a selfie! My favourites from the zoo though were the wombats and red pandas, they were adorable. All ...
Driving up the Sunshine coast...in the
pouring rain...didn't dampen our mood. Quiet, clean, smooth roads
with music on and a great pub lunch (at a stop John and Liz
recommended) and we reached Noosa before we knew it...still pouring
with rain! Cyclone Ita, or thankfully, just the weakened aftermath of
it, meant the next two days here were spent in the car, in the hostel
or diving and ducking out of shops/cafes. Dolphins hostel, where Tom
has stayed ...
... 9am shuttle into town in search for a surf school so I could take a more private lesson but not pay a private-lesson-price. Another chick staying at the hostel pointed me in the right direction (and offered her narrow, short board to me....oy!) and I eventually grabbed a surf lesson. It was kind of raining on and off in the morning but cleared up in the afternoon so that was nice. i managed to downgrade from the silly 9 foot long boards they ...