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Sep 21, 2017 - Heading Down to the Seaside

Thursday Well we are all up early and off to Ayr for a quick pick up of supplies before heading south towards Mackay. Oh dear the leaders have passed the turn off _ Must know a short cut. No Bob has pulled over his navigator was busy taking photos of the cane train - OK turn around and head back to the turn off. All done and we are off this will be a big day as we need to travel 288 kms to get to a place called Seaforth which is about 40 kms north of Mackay. Stopped @ Bowen for a look around and lunch @ the bakery. This is where they filmed...

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Nov 30, 2013 - Heading further south

After leaving Charters Towers we went back towards the coast and stayed at Home Hill with some long time friends of Lily, namely Liz and Bill. We chose that area as I still had to return to Cairns to see a Haematologist. This meant at least two trips back to Cairns as I had to have bone marrow and bone samples taken. It was a lot of driving back and forth but I didn't really want to just hang around Cairns. If the worst came about I would have to just head back and stay while treatments for whatever I may have had was decided. After the...

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Jun 22, 2012 - Carmila Beach to Seaforth

We found Carmila Beach camp in the Camps Australia book and what a find it was! Not too far off the Bruce highway, right on the beach were heaps of caravans all set up and looking like they spend the winter. We followed the sandy track right along almost to the end, where the big vans couldnt go as it became quite narrow and found a spot on our own. It was amazing! Weather was fantastic and it was really nice to sit back and watch the tide come and go. When it was out you could walk right out, maybe 5ks! We had fun exploring the shells and...

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Nov 27, 2009 - Seaforth Qld

Looking to escape the hustle again we set out to re-create the Etty Bay experience by heading to a free camp bush on the beach setting at Seaforth. Well let's just say that the sequel is never as good as the original movie. It had the potential to be nice, but after two nights of sandlfies so hungry that our skin looks more like a moonscape with bumps and craters, and a sea breeze that had the annoying habit of dying at night so it was hot. Then at 4 in the morning the birds would call so loudly that sleep was impossible after that. We...

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