Norval Park Beach No Longer Camping

Awhile ago we went up to Norval Park Yandaran for the day and came across all of these Camping Spots along the beach. At the time I was thinking about how they all looked like there were some very permanent campers, and had to wonder how long they had been there.

Then there was an article in the news about the Turtle researchers walking along the beach and the campers were apparently being hurtful towards the researchers {with words and throwing things at them} so the beach camping got banned, the land was changed, the signs were up and now you can only camp in the small section near the beach.

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Yarramalong Weir Free Camping Spot

From Ban Ban Springs we stayed over night in Toowoomba. The next day we visited Toowoomba Japanese Gardens and Picnic Point Toowoomba we decided to head to Yarramalong Weir Free Camping Spot for the nights. Its not fair from Toowoomba, and we wanted an easy afternoon of driving, with a chance to set up camp in the daylight.

Luckily we had our dinner cooked in our Thermal Cooker so it was ready that night – mind you we forgot to buy greens for it so we had “Chicken Curry” with only potatoes! It was still very yummy. And it was the very first time we have ever been in bed and asleep by 7.30pm!! Yep we were cold, tired and in bed fast asleep early – I turned off my phone before going to sleep but David forgot to 🙂

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Bargara Beach And Geocaching

On Wednesday’s we go into town to meet up with the Homeschooling group at the “Take The Plunge Cafe” – where we get to have fun working out how the Edison’s are supposed to move, and have a green tea with other homeschooling Mums – its my much needed down time.

We don’t do school work {most of us are unschoolers anyway} but because one of the sweet mama’s is a teacher {or should I say ex-teacher now that she has kids!} takes so many wonderful things for us and the kids to do. Last week she started teaching us Spanish with numbers which was such a cool thing to do.

Before we meet up I have about five hours to waste {we drop off David to work in the mornings} so we head to Bargara Beach for some Geocahing, and then head to the library before the cafe meet up.

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Toowoomba Japanese Gardens

After we stopped and spent as much time as possible at Picnic Point Toowoomba – at the lookout, the playground and then had lunch in the park, we decided to head to Toowoomba Japanese Gardens to check out the beautiful grounds. There is a cache there but my phone wasn’t able to pick up the location no matter where I stood, we walked on many paths and it kept on jumping – sometimes if there is too many tall trees, or over cast day the GPS on the geoaching app can’t work too well!

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Baffle Creek Raft Race

Every year they have a Baffle Creek Raft Race where you can build your own, or turn up and they supply all the stuff needed to make one on the spot and race {its called a “Dogs Breakfast Race”}. We haven’t even been up to Baffle Creek before so I was keen to see what the town was like. We decided to join the Bundaberg Homeschooling group who were staying on a friends property for a spot of of Free Camping!

Baffle Creek Raft Race ::

Cameron and Kyle did make rafts at Grandma and Grandad’s place but they didn’t end up using them. Instead everyone got together and made one that could hold 5 of the homeschooling boys.

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Weekend In Brisbane

On the Weekend I had to be in Brisbane for my Diploma of Remedial Massage. It was not a fun filled weekend, it was very full on without much time for David and I to relax and enjoy time together. Which was such a shame, but that’s life.

We stayed at the Mantra in Spring Hill – booking our hotel on Wotif because it was the cheapest hotel they had – but the lack of food choices nearby was so disappointing.

Mind you we did hit up the Eat Street Markets on the Saturday night for dinner, and that was such a good decision because they have so many amazing choices. With so much different food on offer it took me three times walking around and 30 minutes to decide what to eat – I get confused if there are too many choices!

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We Are On Trip Advisor

New Life on the Road has been out and about, exploring the area {when its possible} of Bundaberg and have shared our reviews over on Tripadvisor.

Are you on Tripadvisor? We Are On Trip Advisor and would love to connect with you there!

We have lots more to still see and do in Bundaberg, and we will again share those reviews when we can! Until then we are super busy with Geocaching, Homeschooling, caring for the property we are staying at, along with helping David’s parents as much as possible.

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Fraser Coast Wildlife Sanctuary

The other week we drove down to Maryborough {once again!!!} to meet up with a Homeschooling group who organised an outing to Fraser Coast Wildlife Sanctuary. So glad we made it – our GPS took us to the wrong location at first so then I used my GPS on the phone, and 30 minutes late we finally arrived.

Our boys love meeting other homeschoolers, and they love Animals. So I knew that it was going to be a fantastic day out. And it was such a great little Sanctuary, one with many sweet enclosures, and one we could even walk through {which was very scary but I put on my big girl pants}

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Bond Store Museum Maryborough

I know that I was meant to share our day down in Maryborough weeks ago, but I am not sure why, I just cant seem to get myself motivated to get online at the moment and blog! I am feeling like there is no point, cause how many people are reading these posts anyway??

Which brings me to the question – Do you read New Life on the Road blog? Are you are new reader, or an old time reader {following our journey for sometime?} Would love to know you, where are you when you are reading the blog posts? What are you doing in your life at the moment?

Bond Store Museum Maryborough ::

When Cameron had to be down in Maryborough for his end of Year March Out Parade David, Kyle and I decided that we had to fill in the time with something interesting – Cameron had to be at the Parade Grounds by 10.30 am and then we didn’t have to be back there until later afternoon.

I looked up where to go, and realised that the Bond Store Museum Maryborough would be ideal, along with the War Museum which was across the road. And I am sure glad we did because if you are ever in Marborough then we highly recommend getting the Pass to see all three attractions – Customs House Interpretive Centre {which unfortunately for us wasn’t open that day}, Bond Store Museum, Maryborough Military and Colonial Museum.

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Bundaberg Zoo

We have been to Bundaberg Zoo many years ago, before the floods. The other day we returned again to check it out – to see that they have recovered really well, and its still a cute little well clean well looked after place for such cute animals.

With the playground next door, and the walkway down to the Burnett River {great spot for fishing!} its an ideal spot for children as well as families {yes I enjoy the place just as much as they do}

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