It is amazing just how much we take our local surroundings for granted and it is really quite difficult to know which of the so many lovely places that Brisbane and surrounds have to offer to showcase to our visitors.
It proved to be a lovely sunny day and our first sighting of the resort was inspiring even though there were bush fires to the north and a lot of smoke was hanging around. We decided to have lunch first followed by a short swim and an afternoon nap after which Luke, Anna, Ellie and I decided to go snorkeling of the wrecks - lots of fun, apart from hundreds of fish of all kinds we saw two sharks (harmless wobbygongs) and a sea turtle. We came back exhausted (well I did)
|Terry sleeping of lunch|
We had to hang around till 6pm so that Lorraine and the kids could feed the Dolphins and while we waited we watched as the wild dolphins (all eight of them) came in from from the bay. While we waited we saw several Sting Rays and watched the antics of the younger dolphins playing and catching fish.
So as the sun set in the West we boarded the flyer for the long journey home.