Noosa North Shore

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  • Day24


    March 1, 2018 in Australia

    Wir sind ,Brisbane-isiert‘ ☀️ Auf anhieb gefiel uns Brisbane mega: wir sind mit dem City Hopper (ein älteres Fährschiff) den Brisbane-River hoch und runter gefahren und haben die eindrückliche Skyline vom Wasser aus genossen. Im Stadt eigenen City-Beach gingen wir eine Runde schwimmen und anschliessend in der Queen Street Mall einen leckeren Burrito essen. Ausser einem freundlichen ‚Hi - how are you?‘ hat uns das Ganze nichts gekostet (Burrito ausgenommen) - es ist einzigartig, was Brisbane den Touristen alles umsonst anbietet.

    Vor Brisbane haben wir Byron Bay und Surfers Paradise einen Besuch abgestattet.
    Heute waren wir kurz in den Glass House Mountains - obwohl ‚Mountain‘ doch schon sehr optimistisch ist: der höchste Hügel war gerade mal 500 Meter hoch!

    Unser Nachtlager haben wir nun in Noosa Heads aufgeschlagen und schlafen wortwörtlich ,unter Palmen‘. Morgen früh gehts auf zum Sonnenaufgang beobachten - der Wecker ist auf 5:00 Uhr gestellt 🧐
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  • Day48


    December 26, 2015 in Australia


    We played bushpeople for 3 days ! very cool experience !
    Coconuts on the bubs & around the hip
    We met 3 crazy & absolutly funny girls from... Germany
    Just the germans are going in the bush.. I still noticed!

    First night: to much of the good goon.
    - it was raining the whole evening.. so that's why folling happend:

    One of the girls and I tried to find the way to the toilet but I didn't saw the tree lying in the ground ! So i fall over in the mud ! SPLASH SPLASH
    I've hurt my feet but nothing is broken
    Anyway.. We felt like "Ich bin ein Star - holt mich hier raus! "
    - but nobody heard us

    - just in case: I wasn't naked ! It seems to be but it's just because my shirt is light rose & we were wet.
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  • Day49


    December 27, 2015 in Australia


    8:00 in the morning !! We have to be ready for the big sport event !
    We've realley tried our best on the everglades.. It was still hard.
    Everything hurts ! To much for my body !

    At our break there was a beutiful place with a long rope to have an amazing jump into the water was fun !

  • Day34

    Hervey Bay - Noosa

    July 23, 2016 in Australia

    Time to move from one adventure to the next. The greyhound bus takes me to Noosa where I'm being picked up by the people from the bush camp where I will be staying the next three nights. We stop at the supermarket, and get some time to sort out all our grocery shopping for the next few days, since the bush camp is half an hour away from the city.
    A short drive brings us to the camp. I get installed in one of the 'dorms'.
    In the afternoon, we just hang out around the campsite, enjoy the sun and I read a bit in my book. In the evening, we cook in the lovely outdoor kitchen and enjoy an evening by the campfire.
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  • Day35

    Noosa Everglades - Gagaju Bush Camp

    July 24, 2016 in Australia

    Gagaju Bush Camp is located next to the Noosa river. The main activity in the camp is canoeing down the river.
    After a good night sleep in the hammock style bunk beds, I get ready for a short canoe trip (4-5 km). We go down the Noosa river to Lake Cooroibah. There, we go on a small island/sandbank and have a bit of a break and then pass the side of the lake before heading back to camp. The sides of the lake are very shallow and are breading grounds for stingray. As we are paddling along, we see several stingray swim away.
    Back in the camp, I enjoy a nice lunch and a relaxed afternoon.
    The next day, we have a bigger trip planned. We head the other way (against the tidal stream) and go to Lake Cootharaba. This is supposed to be a 14-18 km trip, but after our canoe tips over, me and the two girls in the canoe decide to head back so we can get a warm shower and dry up. Luckily none of us were hurt and with some help from the two other canoes, we managed to get back in the boat and paddle back. We had a good laugh about it afterwards :-)
    By the time we got back it was lunchtime, so after a nice warm shower, I had a nice lunch and joined the people that had arrived that day. We played some card games and enjoyed the campfire in the evening.
    After a rather cold night in the bunk beds, I headed back to the civilised world, to the city of Noosa.
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