Then it was on to Noosa. We had a one bedroom apartment, with a distant view of the ocean. Because it is so new, everything was so nice. The resort is set so well into the hill that we couldn't see it from Hastings St. The privacy and the wonderful sound of the birds in the surrounding rainforest was beautiful. It is a 500m walk from the resort down to Hastings St, hence a 500m uphill return! The resort has 'buggy guys' who drive people up and down the hill which we took advantage of once or twice, but all the extra walking we did while we were there was fantastic, it makes you feel alive, and worthy of a swim in the lovely pools when you get back to the resort, it even has a lap pool! The surfclub is still in excellent form with good food and the best outlook. We took a little drive up to Boreen Point and surrounding areas, very quiet and pretty. Here's a few pics...
An inquisitive and graceful looking seagull walked within a metre of us while we sat on the beach and watched the 'clubbies' training on Sunday morning. Such a pretty bird, you wouldn't think it would be capable of swaking and fighting it's relatives off for someone's leftover fish and chips!
Boreen Point, where i indulged in a mango Weis bar. Remember how good they taste?!
aahhh! It was so good. Go there if you get the chance.