Monthly Archives: July 2007

Last Day at Eurimbula NP

Last nights roast lamb was delicious and carefully attended to by Russ.\ We work to some clouds and did not have any specific plans, but what a day it was! Nearby anglers gave us some yabbies for bait, so out … Continue reading

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Bustard Beach, Eurimbula NP

After discovering Middle Creek and Bustard Beach Eurimbula NP (pronounced the same as Merimbula, without the M), we packed up and moved to Bustard Beach. The narrow, sandy road reminded us of Frazer Island and our camp site is in … Continue reading

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Three Relaxing Days at 1770

Thursday 26 July 2007 We have enjoyed this idyllic spot and we are really feeling in ‘holiday mode’ now. The weather is mild, often with a cool onshore breeze and I have been looking forward to a swim, but the … Continue reading

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The Town of 1770

24/07/07 We haven’t gone back in time, but have arrived at ‘The Town of 1770’. We were greeted by rain, yet again, but 21 degrees, so who’s compaining? Travelled 395 kms from Maroochydore through Maryborough, Childers (where we lunched), Bundaberg, … Continue reading

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Maroochydore Merry Making

We have had a fantastic time here, hosted by Trish and Dave, to celebrate Trish’s birthday. What a birthday. Dinner Friday night, party Saturday, indoor picnic Sunday and breakfast Monday! Accompanied by Trish and Dave’s friends from NZ, the family … Continue reading

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