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Day eight. Sad to say but we are homeward bound today. Our tour has come to an end. We left our motel in Roma early for the long drive home stopping for morning tea in Chinchilla. Next stop will be lunch in Toowoomba and then the afternoon will see us heading back to the Wide Bay. Till next time here are a few more pictures. ... See MoreSee Less

Day seven. Sad to say but our wonderful tour is coming to an end. Today we travelled from Emerald to Roma stopping along the way at Injune for lunch and of course a trip to the hotel to watch the Melbourne Cup. ... See MoreSee Less

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Yes a great museum. Jenny Ibell.

Day six. Our travels today took us from Airlie Beach to Emerald. Along the way we stopped for morning tea at a park beside the Marian info centre. The information centre is housed in Melba house which was once the home of Dame Nellie Melba. Lunch was at Dysart Bowls Club. Our next stop was the Capella Pioneer Village where the men wandered off to look at the many different kinds of machinery and the women looked through the homestead. ... See MoreSee Less

Day five. This morning it was all aboard the Kingfish catamaran for our two island tour. First stop Daydream and then on to Hamilton Island. A fun time was had by all. ... See MoreSee Less

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Looks like a great day

Day four. Today we ventured into the Capricorn Caves. These limestone caves are one of the largest privately owned caves in Australia. In one of the larger caves they have a Cathedral where wedding services are held. The acoustics were spectacular as we sat on the benches and listened to the song, Hallelujah. After morning tea we headed for Airlie Beach. Looking forward to cruising around the Whitsundays tomorrow. ... See MoreSee Less

Day three saw everyone eagerly board the coach for the next leg of our journey. First stop was Gladstone where we stopped at the lookout overlooking the Queensland Alumina Refinery. After morning tea at the marina it was off to Mt Morgan and a tour through the Railway Museum. After a quick look around town it was off for a drive around Yeppoon. Stopping at the Singing Ship monument saw us hanging on to our hats because the wind was so fierce. Great day. ... See MoreSee Less

Day two and we are off for a full day of adventure on the LARC. A wonderful day up to Bustard Head lighthouse and an unexpected dolphin sighting to top off the day on the way home. ... See MoreSee Less

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Just had 5 days at 1770. Magic place and looks like perfect weather for a trip to Bustard Head lighthouse on the LARC.

Day one and we are very excited to be out and about again on tour after being cooped up for so long. Leaving Brisbane we stopped for a quick morning tea at the Gympie duck ponds and then headed to Maryborough to pick up more passengers. After lunch at Bundaberg we continued on to 1770 for a tasting at the local distillery before booking in to our very comfortable accommodation at Lagoons 1770 Resort. ... See MoreSee Less

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Probably the way to travel in the short time future. Bring one on I haven’t been to. Enjoy,๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

Looks great, we would love a tour soon.

Looks wonderful!

Our 8 Day Chasing the Sun tour departs this morning. Have a wonderful time everyone and stay tuned for the photos. ... See MoreSee Less

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Enjoy everyone. Safe travels and good weather

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