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Townsville October

This fun packed day is a rare opportunity to see all of the units at RAAF base Townsville exercise there freedom of entry into the city of Townsville. 235 more words

On the road again, part 1

So, Day 1 was 410kms/255 miles of solid highway riding with a few breaks to unkink.

That night, we rolled into our campsite at 5pm and were set up by 6pm, just in time to sit down to a well-deserved drink. 257 more words

Coffee and cake in Atherton

Yesterday we enjoyed coffee and cake at P & P (Petals and Pine cones) coffee shop Atherton.  Situated at the very end of the Supercheap Auto shopping centre in Herberton Road (at the end of Main Street) Atherton. 93 more words

Finding Gluten Free Dining In FNQ

QLD Shipwrecks


Over 100 years ago the steam ship Yongala sank in a cyclone in the great barrier reef marine park (That’s 1year after the titanic sank) one of the most tragic maritime disasters in Australia, the “Yongala” now lies in the marine environment located just a few miles from Alva beach, the wreck lies on its starboard side, 14metres deep on the and 28metres on the sand. 202 more words

Adventure Travel

The Magic of Paronella Park Lives On

When I heard I could view an historical castle in North Queensland, I  wanted to jump in the car and drive there; many a time this has been done.  571 more words


Crikey its a Croc

With almost as many crocodiles as people in the north, (slight exaggeration ….;oD)  you will be sure to come across them in Territory waterways, there are more crocodiles in the Northern Territory then anywhere else in the world. 323 more words

Qld should benefit from strong economic performance in NSW and Victoria

The August job vacancies data released by the ABS yesterday confirm the strong economic performance we are seeing in NSW and Victoria, and they also show encouraging signs for Queensland (see charts below). 118 more words