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25 travelers at this place:

  • Day250

    Ein Wochenende mit Shane

    July 28, 2018 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 19 °C

    Ein Kollege hat uns zu sich eingeladen und schon ging es mit Kai auf nach Yeppoon an die Ostküste.

    Nach 2 Monaten arbeiten und 3,5 Stunden Fahrt, sahen wir endlich wieder das Meer. Uns begrüßte eine wahnsinnig schöne Villa und eine noch bezaubernde Familie Brose. Mit Hund 🐕 Bou und Hauskatze 🐈 Socks, wie unser Kater daheim. 😍

    Am Samstag ging es mit dem Boot zum Angeln, wir hatten alle einen Fisch gefangen. Die Fische von Tobi und Kai waren unser leckeres Abendessen.

    Nach der Arbeit ging es mit einem kühlen Bier zum Relaxen in die Schwimmreifen und ab ins Meer - vor uns Keppel Island.

    Tobi versank die Drohne fast im Meer. 😅
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  • Day34

    23 • Botanik, Beef und Beach

    August 19, 2016 in Australia ⋅

    Rockhampton können wir natürlich nicht verlassen, ohne ein ordentliches Steak gegessen zu haben. Bis zur Lunchtime haben wir uns die Zeit im Botanischen Garten vertrieben und einen alten Friedhof angeschaut. Dann haben wir's uns im Steakhaus richtig schmecken lassen!
    Rockhamptons Strände wollten uns am nachmittag zunächst nicht so richtig gefallen...aber kaum hatte Mia Sand und Meer gerochen, konnte sie sich nicht mehr halten und ist losgekrabbelt-gerannt ;-) Yeppoons größte Attraktion ist der super coole Wasserspielplatz - ein Paradies für Kinder!
    Und heute Abend treibt ein Flughund sein Unwesen in den Bäumen über uns.
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  • Day9


    July 25, 2018 in Australia ⋅ 🌧 23 °C

    We booked two nights at the Yeppoon Beachhouse, which is quite a good place to stay. We met Mary O'Donnell at the pub for dinner. Mary and Steve moved up to Yeppoon from Albury many years ago. Steve arrived back from his work at the Maura coal mine on Friday and we had a great night at their place with Mary, Steve, Michael, Joe and Gabby.Read more

  • Day79

    A Day for Pool, Kayak and Beach

    November 6, 2018 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 28 °C

    We had a relaxed day today. I had a swim in the late morning and we chilled out not doing too much until mid afternoon when we drove about a kilometre up the road to where the river and ocean meet at the causeway. The river pans out to a lake and Gadi put the kayak into the water here. He took Cadbury (reluctantly) out for a short trip before giving him a gentle nudge over the edge so he could swim back. He then went out for a longer kayak.

    After he returned we drove to several of the nearby beaches to enjoy golden hour as we walked along the water’s edge and later sunset on some of the beautiful local beaches.

    Back home to barbecue chicken fillets for dinner and time to relax from all the hard work of the day!

    Good night from Kinka Beach xx
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  • Day76

    On to Kinka Beach Near Yeppoon

    November 3, 2018 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 27 °C

    Of course we were the last ones to leave our ‘back of the pub’ stay in Marlborough last night (cos Gadi slept in!).

    It was an easy 90 minute drive to the caravan park we had picked in Kinka Beach near Yeppoon - and not far from Rockhampton. We will stay here 3 nights and may possibly extend our stay.

    We set up the caravan, ate lunch and chilled out for a bit. Then we both had a swim in the lovely bright blue pool (immediately next to our caravan) thinking Cadbury would be ok as he would be able to see us out the window from the bed. Well, he howled as he watched us, so that didn’t work too well.

    Later in the afternoon we went for a drive to check out the area. Kinka Beach itself looked really nice, the beachside suburb appears quiet, with only a motel serving taking away food. We drove north towards Yeppoon along the pretty coast, crossing several rivers along the way. There are a number of long stretches of beach and smaller coves framed by large rocky outcrops. Out to sea we could see Great Keppel, North Keppel and a number of smaller islands, known as the Keppels.

    Yeppoon itself is a large town, with more upmarket houses perched on the surrounding hills. We checked out the impressive (and free) foreshore 2,500 square metre infinity lagoon pool, newly built this year to the tune of $58 million (wow!) and then drove up some of the surrounding hills trying to catch a glimpse of the sunset.

    We picked up some groceries and headed back to our little home on wheels to make bbq lamb shawarma and veggies for dinner, sitting under the awning before chilling out inside for the evening.

    Night night from the Central Queensland Coast xx
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  • Day79

    Junabel Farm Stay

    September 3, 2017 in Australia ⋅

    This overnight farmstay has lots of miniature goats, miniature horses and chickens.
    The two baby goats, (kids), "Bonnie and Clyde" hung around the caravans and so did the chickens.
    At 4:30pm it's feeding time and you get to feed the goats, chickens and miniature horses their dinner.
    At 8am in the morning it's breakfast time for the animals, you get to brush the horses, feed the chickens and all the animals all over again.
    Along with the farm animals there were also 3 cats and 2 dogs.
    We loved this farmstay, especially as it was Fathers' Day and we made dad a special yummy breakfast.
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Yeppoon, Еппун

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