Willis Island is the only permanently inhabited island in the Coral Sea Islands Territory, an external territory of Australia, located beyond the Great Barrier Reef in the Coral Sea. The island is located some 450 kilometres (280 mi) east of Cairns, Queensland. It is the southernmost of the Willis Islets… The Australian Bureau of Meteorology has a weather monitoring station on the island. There are usually four weatherContinue reading “Willis Island Queensland”
Cruising on the Pacific Aria from Brisbane to Cairns and Back
Amazing sunrise with storm clouds and finall a rainbow over the sea..
Ooncooncoo Bay is the front bay of Russell Island between Lamb Island and Russell Island. Bay road homes look onto Ooncooncoo Bay, which means Bay of Swans. The ferry travels from Russell island Jetty to lamb Island going over Ooncooncoo Bay. I have tried to find out about the name, but maybe there were swansContinue reading “Ooncooncoo Bay Russell Island”
Morning at Russell Island where the magpies welcome the day at Sunrise The magpies have started joining me on the verandah in the morning
I decided to stay at Pomona for the night. That is all I could have stayed as the weekend was Show time and the Caravan Park was being cleared for the Show. The cost was $19.00 for the night. I set up next to the Kitchen and the toilet facilities. Pomona Caravan park is situated onContinue reading “Pomona Queensland”
Beautiful gardens and lake with ducks and birds.
There is a toilet and a tap..at the far end.
Its a very popular place and gets very busy
Has a childrens playground and picnic tables by the lake
The Gateway Motor Inn is a 3.5 star accredited motel situated in the beautiful town of Childers, Queensland. With modern and spacious rooms and set on large wide open land you will feel at home and relaxed.
Prior to European settlement Agnes Waters was home to the Meerooni tribe  whom form the southern part of the Gurang nation.
The town of Agnes Water takes its name from pastoral holding first leased by Daniel Clowes in 1883, which he named after the coastal schooner Agnes, which was lost at sea in the area. The schooner left Bustard Head on 15 June 1873, on route from Mackay to Brisbane