The end of my tour of Queensland is an opportunity to reflect on what I have learnt. I ask the valuable question “What did Smilie mean?”
Heading back to the outback and the dirt roads.
The town of St Lawrence in Central Queensland has the highest tidal flow in Queensland. It has a fascinating history.
This is day 21 of my motorcycle tour of Queensland and today I have an unexpected drama that threatens to stop me.
Palm lined shores adorn the area where in 1770 Captain James Cook would have landed for the second time in what was to become Australia.
The home of Bundaberg Run, Bert Hinkler and the famous Mon Repo. A great place to visit especially when you have friends there.
The road from Tin Can Bay to Maryborough is an unremarkable road. You ride through pine plantations and the occasional opportunity to leave the road and visit a beach side community.
The aboriginal people believe that the Rainbow Serpent died here and that the coloured sands are all that is left of him. Rainbow Bay to Inskip Point.