Camping is easy at Rainbow Beach. You make a booking at National Parks at the cost of $6.50 a night, and armed with your permit you head for Inskip and search for the area you have your permit for. I booked into Dorrigo as that was the only campsite available for 2WD. The other campContinue reading “Rainbow Beach Queensland”
Noosa is an Australian resort area on southern Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. Known for its heavy surf Noosa has become a popular beach for backpackers and travellers who come here not only to swim but to see and be seen. Noosa is noted for its trendiness and before the Covar restrictions, the beach was always packedContinue reading “Noosa Beach Queensland”
Wooli is practically an island – a three kilometre long finger of land surrounded by the Pacific on one side and the glorious Wooli Wooli River on the other. This is a beach town with saltwater in its veins. This section of coastline forms the northern sector of the Solitary Islands Marine Park which protectsContinue reading “Wooli NSW”
Wooyung Nature Reserve is is located on the far north coast of NSW between Pottsville to the north and the locality of Wooyung to the south. The reserve consists of 87 hectares of coastal land bisected by the Tweed Coast Road. Mooball Creek constitutes the reserve’s western boundary, while the eastern boundary is the meanContinue reading “Wooyung NSW”
Enjoy the Airlie Beach Lagoon
Between the palm-fringed beach and the main street is a huge man-made lagoon where you can swim all year round. Lifeguards are on duty during daylight hours. There’s a kids’ pool and the surrounding parkland has lots of shade and free barbecues.
Peter Lacey always be known as one of the greatest surf lifesaving competitors of all time. In 22 successive years of competition at the Australian Surf Lifesaving Championships from 1963-84, he won 18 gold, 19 silver and 10 bronze medals.
Hervey Bay is a city in Queensland, Australia. The city is situated approximately 290 kilometres or 3½ hours highway drive north of the state capital, Brisbane. It is a natural bay between the Queensland mainland and nearby Fraser Island The average rainfall for the year is around 1,100 millimeters (43 in). December to March is theContinue reading “Hervey Bay Queensland…Reefworld”
Such a beautiful beach at Hervey Bay. The beach goes from Urangan on the right to Point Vernon on the left. You can walk the entire beach along the sand and water and also on a bike and walking track on the shore. This is Torquay Beach in the morning. http://beachsafe.org.au/beach/qld1525 Scarness and Torquay areContinue reading “Torquay Beach at Hervey Bay”
I was lucky enough to see the moon rise golden as we drove along, stopped and took two photos..then went on to the beach where the moon was reflected over the water.