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permalink written by  Ben Garside on June 8, 2009 from Gladstone, Australia
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Heron Island back to Gladstone

Well this was our last few hours in paradise, the children managed to do some more junior rangers and gained two badges for all their hard work. Shaun and Karen went for one last snorkel. The cases were packed up and we had to leave, but we spent every last moment in the pool and arrived on the...

permalink written by  The Wilde Family on January 7, 2008 from Gladstone, Australia
from the travel blog: Australia



Heron Island

Shaun went off diving again in the morning, whilst the children did their Junior Rangers again. Karen sat by the pool and read her book ALL day (about time too says Karen). That evening was the seafood buffet in the restaurant and there were mountains of huge prawns, Moreton Bay bugs, crabs,...

permalink written by  The Wilde Family on January 6, 2008 from Gladstone, Australia
from the travel blog: Australia



Heron Island

Shaun had received a passout for diving again today and managed to see 2 octopuses (1 on each dive, if he hadn't have manged to photo them nobody would have believed him). The children became Junior Rangers for the day and went on a Turtle track hunt. They can now tell the different tracks made...

permalink written by  The Wilde Family on January 5, 2008 from Gladstone, Australia
from the travel blog: Australia



Heron Island

Today we set off on the catamaran to Heron Island. The journey didn't go to well as Sally had a nosebleed before we left, and as the sea was quite rough Chris' stomach didn't stand up too well - enough said! Apparently the sea had been so rough over the New Year the catamaran and helicopter...

permalink written by  The Wilde Family on January 4, 2008 from Gladstone, Australia
from the travel blog: Australia



Gladestone

We walked all around Gladestone which is a very industrial town with Queenslands largest power plant, Aluminium smelters and coal facilities. It has a lovely marina with vast strips of lawn and playgrounds which we spent time at. We keep encountering the Australian Army on our travels as they...

permalink written by  michelle62 on June 2, 2007 from Gladstone, Australia
from the travel blog: Travelling around Australia



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