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Surfing without the saline

Surfing without the saline

“Are you religious?” asked the Tangalooma guide as I lay paralysed on a razor thin plank of wood seesawing on the tip of the island’s mightiest sand dune. And with that, I was off with a whoosh and a whoop down a 60 metre sand dune.

Bundaberg and Lady Elliot Island

Bundaberg and Lady Elliot Island

After visiting the Town of 1770 we returned to Bundaberg for a few days. One of the pleasures of travelling in an Apollo motorhome is being able to stop for a meal break where or when you want, and we found a peaceful picnic area at Smith’s Crossing on the Kolan River just north of Bundaberg.

Lady Elliot’s history

Lady Elliot’s history

Lady Elliot island is a special place on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef but back in the old days Lady Elliot wasn’t quite as beautiful…

Tag-a-long Tours, Fraser Island

Tag-a-long Tours, Fraser Island

It’s the largest sand island in the world which is pretty cool, there are around 100 dune lakes which at this time of year can be pretty cool, it’s a World Heritage site and is also home to the purest breed of Dingoes in Australia.