Pick up time is at 7:15 - 7:30 am outside your Hotel/accommodation in Brisbane
We then drive to the Bayside suburb of Cleveland for our trip across Moreton Bay to Dunwich.
Arriving in Dunwich we travel a bush track into Brown Lake for swimming, photographs and commentary. We have our morning at Brown Lake (Ti tree medicine is in this fresh water lake)
Then drive through the Blue Lake National Park to Main Beach (32 km of white sand)
Stopping on beach for photos and “Shell” collecting
We then head to Point Lookout’s North Gorge where we hope to see Dolphins, Turtles and Manta Rays
From June to November we spot the majestic Humpback Whales from this stunning vantage point
We then drive onto Flinders Beach for our famous "Aussie" BBQ on the beach for lunch (sausages, green salad and apricots, rice, beetroot, and a fruit drink)
Before lunch you can take more photos, swim, enjoy beach games or just simply relax
After our BBQ lunch we drive to Amity Point where we meet our friendly koalas
Then drive back into Dunwich for our return to Cleveland at 2:50 pm.
After arriving at Cleveland we make our way back home to your Hotel so as you can then get ready to enjoy your night time activity!
Arrival back at your Hotel is at 4.15pm.
We had FUN, FUN, FUN and left with a camera full of memories!!!
What to bring:
Sunscreen of your choice
Your swimming costumes
Favourite water bottle (we have top ups)
Sunglasses and a hat
A dry towel
Nigel from England wrote: Hi there David & Margee (correct spelling?), just to say how much I enjoyed the day with you and was very impressed that you looked after me on my own, it was much appreciated. I have attached a couple of pictures, of course you may have hundreds but make use of them if you wish..... I returned to Sydney after being on the Gold Coast for a few days & then after a further couple of days flew back to Oxford, UK. Its 8.0DegC here today, in England. My bees seem to be surviving the cold, so all well there. It feels really really cold. How is the 'new diet' going? Trust that you have not had to many embarrassing incidents driving around the island in the 4X4? keep up the good work. Take Care and thanks again ......