Adventurers DiaryMackay – Whitsundays region, so much to see and do Share Tweet We arrived in Mackay just after Easter (2016) and for the next 3 weeks the region quickly became a place we felt relaxed and at peace with.With the help of some friends who live in Mackay, we received some great tips on what to see and do and the caravan park manager, Macca, was such a chilled dude it was really hard to stress about anything.We had terrific weather most of the time, all except our day at Cape Hillsborough but we made the most of that day too.Here are our tips on what to do in Mackay and the surrounding region. Sarina is a small town just 34kms south of Mackay. Whilst it might be small, it packs a huge punch when you consider Sarina and Mackay provide two-thirds of Australia’s sugar. Sarina is the sugar capital of Australia with cane field farms a key component to driving the local economy.Whilst staying in Sarina we visited the Sarina Sugar Shed. Adele’s cousin Lyn and her husband David own a local sugar cane farm and Lyn now volunteers as a tour guide at the Sarina Sugar Shed. We were able to take a tour with Lyn as our guide and it was very interesting to go through the process of Sugar Cane farming, taste the sugar cane and then some of the final products such as fairy floss and there own brands of Rum, Rum Liqueur, Butterscotch Schnapps and more.Sarina is also very close to the coastline with local beaches such as Armstrong Beach and Sarina Beach less than 10 minutes from town.Hay Point is nearby, just 15kms further north of Sarina and is one of the world’s biggest Coal distribution terminals. We took a drive to the Hay Point lookout where we had spectacular views of the coastline and islands and we counted the many coal ships waiting offshore. Mackay is one of regional Queensland’s largest towns with a population of approx. 75,000. Several islands are located just offshore from Mackay including Brampton, Keswick and St Bees Islands. They offer great fishing, beautiful beaches and a quiet, tranquil location to visit by boat.Brampton Island was once a thriving Island resort location until it was closed in 2011 for renovations, which have never occurred. It was reported in 2015 that redevelopment plans had been approved, let’s hope Brampton is back as a tourist destination sometime soon.Keswick Island offers a range of accommodation including Glamping or a Beach House. Camping is also available on the island.Eimeo Pub – Ever wanted to relax at a pub with magnificent ocean views, overlooking beautiful islands with boats moored in their coves, where the water is that spectacular blue and green colour and you sit up so high you can see it all and feel like it’s literally at your fingertips.The Eimeo Pub has all that and more.The food is also good. I ate a seafood linguini and it was as delicious as any I’ve ever had. Adele enjoyed the Calamari the first time and on our second visit the Pork Belly.Did I mention the views?All up we visited the Eimeo Hotel 3 times during our stay in Mackay. Some meals were great, others not always but the views steal the attention, especially on a clear day. It sits high in the mountain looking out over the cliff face to Brampton Island, Keswick Island and the Southern end of the Whitsundays.www.eimeohotel.com.au Our stay was spent at Bucasia Beach. It’s long beaches and fantastic views makes relaxing and romantic beach strolls enjoyable.You can fish from the beach or try the mouth of the river nearby. Yabbies are plentiful and make great bait for an assortment of fish you can catch.The Bucasia Beach Caravan Resort at first glance may not be the most modern park in which you will stay but the facilities are good and clean. Most of all it is right on the beach with incredible views. The park is dog friendly, it has a pool and good free wifi. Talk to the managers about how they can help your stay more enjoyable, it’s amazing what they will do to assist you.Being dog friendly and absolute beachfront it was a perfect location for MACKS to enjoy numerous swims at the beach. A short stroll across the dune and she was swimming for as long as we were prepared to keep throwing the stick.Both the sunsets and sunrises from Bucasia Beach were fantastic. We would often take the time to watch as the sun rose in the morning and set in the afternoon.We also had plenty of local birdlife and Possums to entertain us. Lorikeets, Ducks and Cockatoos would often come to say hello as did the Possums at night. We fed them fruit, mainly apples or grapes. Bread is not ideal and can kill them whereas fruit is much more natural for them.Like most beaches in Queensland, midgies are an issue so remember to apply a repellent as often as required. Talk to Macca the manager, he has a repellent worth giving a try.www.bucasiabeach.com.au The Mackay Harbour Marina is a new modern facility with 500 berths, a large upmarket residential complex and is also an important base for large boats including Super Yachts.Locals will often spend Sunday lunch at one of the restaurants or enjoy fish and chips whilst listening to a local band playing. The food is great, the bar has plenty of drinks on offer and the outlook over the marina and the yachts provides an excellent ambience for a Sunday sesh.You can also take a walk or short drive out to the point from the Marina where a rock wall provides excellent fishing and a great spot to watch the sunset.Take a drive up to the Slade Point Lookout, which is just 5 minutes from Mackay Harbour, for a fabulous viewpoint back towards Eimeo and down on to Lamberts Beach.From here you have clear unobstructed views of the ocean and beaches nearby and can see any boats or ships in Harbour.You will need at least a full day to visit Eungella National Park and Finch Hatton Gorge, a short drive west from Mackay. An overnight trip is probably ideal.Eungella is one of the few places where you can view the ever elusive Platypus swimming in the wild. Broken River offers terrific viewing locations, you just need to time it right and be a bit lucky. We were lucky enough to find one, swimming and playing in the river and we stood and watched “him” for an hour. Also swimming with our new Platypus friend were a number of turtles of all sizes.We went for a walk upstream and found some beautiful river streams and bushwalks plus we saw Kangaroos and Wallaby’s and a range of beautiful birds and some amazing rainforest.Be prepared, the temperature atop the range is normally around 10 degrees cooler than Mackay.Whilst in Eungella, have lunch at the Eungella Chalet, which provides incredible views out over Pioneer Valley. From the rear of the Hotel, Paragliders would jump off to fly through the valley, soaring high above the range.Finch Hatton Gorge is located at the foot of the range and within a short drive in from the main road. From the entry point a walk of just 1.6kms begins a journey through Rainforest to the first waterfall. Another short walk and you will find the Wheel of Fire cascades, more waterfalls and a large rock pool. There are some lookouts with fabulous views also.On our way back to Mackay we stopped at Melba House, the home of Dame Nellie Melba who was a world renowned Australian Operatic Soprano singer in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Born in Melbourne, where she took her name Melba from, the family moved to Mackay after her mother’s sudden death in 1881 where her father built a new sugar mill.Melba House is full with Memorabilia and information about Dame Nellie Melba and her life as an Australian who made International fame.Her death was front page news throughout many countries around the world. She died of Septicaemia in 1931 at the age of 69.A visit to Mackay has to include a stay at Cape Hillsborough National Park. The Cape Hillsborough Nature Tourist Park is a perfect place to relax and enjoy the region. Located just 30kms north of Mackay, a feature is the Kangaroos and Wallabies that make their home throughout the Tourist Park and especially along the beach at Sunrise each morning. In the early morning they go to the beach to eat the weed washed up overnight by the tides. The Wallabies are much more timid than the Kangaroos who allow you to get quite close, but remember, these are wild animals and not pets. You should never pat a kangaroo in the wild.There are 3 walking tracks which take you around the mountain with various lookouts with great views. Unfortunately the day we stayed there was 100mm of rain and we didn’t get the opportunity to do the walks. Due to the rain I decided to catch up on some work at reception and was kept company by Bridget and Emily, the local kangaroos who don’t like the rain either, so they shelter in the games area next to reception.The park also provides other facilities including an excellent big pool, Mini putt putt, pool tables and table tennis.Birds are plentiful and the black cockatoos and kookaburras are easy to find.www.capehillsboroughresort.com.auNot far from Cape Hillsborough are the beachside towns of Seaforth and Haliday Bay. Here you can find some beautiful beaches with safe swimming opportunities with stingers nets available. We tried some fishing from the beach without success but it was a very enjoyable few hours on such beautiful beaches. The turnoff to Cape Hillsborough is just past a tiny town of The Leap. The town consists almost entirely of The Leap Hotel where we stopped for lunch on our way back to Mackay.The Leap derives its name from an historic event in 1867. Local farmers had been losing cattle to suspected Aboriginals who were spearing the cows for food. The police were called and in those days it has been noted by historians that the local police would actually kill full tribes of aboriginals. Once trapped on top of the mountain a mother with her child jumped from the cliff rather than face the police. The 3yo daughter survived and later married an Englishmen and had 2 children, a boy and a girl. Descendants of one of the children now live in Brisbane. The Whitsundays are an amazing aquatic playground made up of 74 islands and every one seemingly more amazing than the last. The town of Airlie Beach is the gateway to this amazing marine wonderland of tranquil turquoise waters and pure white sandy beaches.The Whitsundays provides something for everyone regardless if you are looking for somewhere to relax or an action packed adventurous experience.Spend the day captaining your own yacht and sailing around the islands or take a tour including free drinks and make your own party. Relax in Airlie Beach’s man made lagoon or go Parasailing. Or try Stand Up Paddleboarding or take a fishing charter to some of the best and closest reef fishing you will find so close to shore. Relax at the many fine restaurants and party at night in the nightclubs or pubs in Airlie Beach.Regardless of your preference you can find a lifestyle to suit you right here.For more about Airlie Beach and the Whitsundays read all about it here – http://indefiniteleave.com.au/top-13-must-airlie-beach-whitsundays/ The Proserpine River is known to have the highest population of Salt Water Crocodiles on the Eastern coastline and the Whitsunday Crocodile Safari is fantastic at taking you on an educational tour of the river and spotting Salt Water Crocodiles. They also take you on a Wetlands tour, exploring the area and teaching you some fantastic survival tips and interesting features of the region.The Mackay Whitsundays region is a travelers paradise. With so much to see and do it will provide something for everyone. A trip to Queensland should always include a visit to Mackay, it’s an area you can always see more than once.Did we miss anything?What was your experience of Mackay?Kev, Adele and MattFacebook: www.facebook.com/indefiniteleaveInstagram: Indefinite_leaveTwitter: IndefiniteLeav3Website: www.indefiniteleavecom.auSnapchat: Indefinite LeaveEmail: email@example.comSave Related Topics:australia tripsmotorhomeplace to visit in Australiatravel Up NextAlways take the weather, the weather with you Don't MissParonella Park, Queensland – Jose’s Dream Continue Reading You may like Our Favourite Experiences as we Travel Australia Know your Vehicle size Cleaning your Solar Panels Getting to Brisbane City and Southbank I Can’t Do 4 Walls 15amp to 10amp adaptor – Ampfibian Click to commentLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Adventurers DiaryI Can’t Do 4 Walls I keep saying it, over and over, to anyone who asks and those willing to listen.I can’t do 4 walls again.I don’t know everything about my future and I reserve the right to change my mind, but after 2.5 years of living in Darwinny our Motorhome, I love it so much I don’t want it to change for my foreseeable future.Adele is happy either way, she loves this life but could also go home. I think that’s mostly because she misses her Mum a lot and to be close to our sons Matt and Cameron.During our time back home, we just had 4 months in Brisbane, we had lots of times where we were invited to friend’s places, sometimes even offered a place to stay. We received text messages from friends “I’m away for the weekend, the spare keys are under the mat, go relax in a bed and use the pool for a few days” would be texted to us and we were so grateful for their offer and thoughts for us. We love that we have so many wonderful and kind friends.We did a housesit for my niece and it was awesome, beautiful pool, nice home, Foxtel, heaps of room to park the Motorhome. It was perfect, except I found within just a day or two I was back doing what I used to do, sit and watch TV, stay at home and not be productive. I wasn’t LIVING!!We visited family and friends in their homes and all I see is “stuff”. The same stuff we used to have. All those possessions I thought that made me happy. Every now and then you’d blow off the dust and get a broom to the cobwebs and use my “stuff” again but for the most part it would just sit there doing nothing. Just money wasted which made us believe we needed to go back to work again week after week to fund the life everyone else has and we were copying.Our friends and family may read this but I’m sure they’ll understand the context of what we mean. We discussed this with them anyway. We passionately respect and love our family and friends but a house just isn’t where we’re at any more.When my Dad passed away I found myself asking the question “there has to be more to life than work and do chores”.We really miss our Mums, both of us have lost our Fathers now, and we miss our sons Matthew and Cameron. We miss our friends. I miss playing cricket and all my mates. It’s not easy to just pack up and leave and it’s even harder to stay away.For me, my entire life of 51 years before we left was lived in Brisbane. I grew up living in the same family home, we didn’t move house even once, until I was married. Adele had lived in different places and moved around different homes, but I hadn’t. I was very used to routine and stability. Given my personality that was probably a good thing.We recently spent 4 months in Brisbane and the South East seeing everyone we could, pushing my business and exploring places we had never seen in our own “backyard”. I didn’t enjoy the traffic being back home in Brisbane, the hustle and bustle doesn’t do it for me now, but it’s still home and our Family are all there. It is home and always will be.It was during this time back in the City that I realised I yearned for things I learnt to love when road tripping around Oz. 3 specific things stood out that I missed.• Sunsets • Open fires • The Stars at nightNobody at home talks about seeing an amazing Sunset. There’s something special about them that we just love. The colours, the differences when there’s a cloud or fire in the distance, the different views across oceans or rivers, over barren land and between mountains or ranges. Sunsets can be so different yet all so spectacular. We just don’t appreciate them at home.Cooking over an open fire, sitting around it with a Rum in hand and chatting to new friends, seriously, does it get any better than that.I love waking up in the morning, getting the coals fired up again and cooking some bacon and eggs. Lighting a fire in downtown Brisvegas is a sure fire way to upset the neighbours and have the local Council issuing a huge fine.While settled in over that fire at night, it’s so wondrous to look up and absorb the big picture. Who am I, why am I here, what else is out there, what would it be like to go to the moon, how amazing is life and how our planets work. I really enjoy looking up to the stars at night, imagining a life where I get to choose my tomorrow.Yes, don’t box me in.How does that song go:Oh give me land, lots of land, and the starry skies above Don’t fence me in Let me ride through the wide open country that I love Don’t fence me in…….Did I mention, I can’t do 4 walls…..Safe travelsKev & Adele Indefinite Leave_____________________________________________________________________Follow us, like, share and comment on our website and social media here:- https://www.indefiniteleave.com https://www.facebook.com/indefiniteleave https://www.youtube.com/c/indefiniteleave Instagram: Indefinite_leave Continue ReadingACT10 Reasons to Travel Australia Instead of Going Overseas. There’s nothing better for the soul than travelling, it opens our eyes, our minds and our hearts. The big choice to make is if to head overseas or explore our own country. There’s so much to see in this world but here’s 10 great reasons to Travel Australia first.1. Australia is Safer. With everything happening around the world right now, I feel pretty safe in Longreach, Broome, Esperance, 1770 and the thriving downtown metropolis of Rainbow Beach 😊2. Shit AUD. The Aussie dollar is too low to be over excited about heading overseas.3. Our Beaches. Unless you’ve got to know our own beaches why go overseas to see there’s?Check out our Best Beaches here – http://indefiniteleave.com.au/best-beaches-australia-21-30/ http://indefiniteleave.com.au/best-beaches-australia-11-20/ http://indefiniteleave.com.au/best-beaches-australia-1-10/4. Weather. We really do have perfect weather here. Head north for winter, south for summer and be anywhere in Oz for Autumn and Spring.5. You will meet really interesting people. We have met some of the most inspiring people on the road such as John, the 72yo former teacher and sheep farmer who I got talking to for 3 and a half hours around the camp kitchen BBQ in Katherine. Fascinating guy and hard to believe he had left Perth, been to Melbourne and was now in the NT travelling at his age…….. on a Motorbike.John is just one of many wonderful people we have met on our adventure.6. Learn our History. There’s so much about our own country’s past just waiting for you to discover.7. Sunsets. The setting sun in 1770, Darwin and Broome just have to be seen. I could name so many more places including most of the WA coastline but I’ll let you discover some yourself.8. Better for our economy. We hardly manufacture anything anymore, mining took a nose dive and therefore Tourism is becoming a vital industry for our economy. Let’s spend our money here and give our kids jobs.9. Make friends. Travelling Australia almost guarantees you will make a whole lot of new friends.10. Children. Your kids will grow enormously and learn on the road. They will thrive by spending genuine quality time together as a family.As that famous brand says: Just Do It……Safe travelsKevin & Adele Indefinite Leave__________________________________________________________________Follow us, like, share and comment on our website and social media here:- https://www.indefiniteleave.com https://www.facebook.com/indefiniteleave https://www.youtube.com/c/indefiniteleave Instagram: Indefinite_leave Continue ReadingAdventurers DiaryDetailed Item List For Your Trip This post may contain affiliate links. If you buy something through a link on this page we may receive a small commission. It will not cost you any more but it might help us put some fuel in the tank. Thank you for supporting us.There’s a lot to think about regarding what to take on your trip around Australia.No need to stress about it, we’ve made the list here for you.Space and Weight will quickly prove to be your enemy so pack smart, pack light and limit it to only what you really need.Of course, you may have other things you need to take and you may not need or want everything on this list but it’s going to give you a very comprehensive starting list to ensure you don’t forget anything.Remember to pack the minimum you need and don’t exceed your weight limits.If we have missed anything, please let us know 😊Alarm Clock – Battery operated Alfoil Allen Keys Aluminium Water bottles Ampfibian 15amp to 10amp Converter Anti-theft Tap Handle Axe Back Pack for hiking Baking Trays – Lightweight, store in oven to save space Basket Utility – Collapsible, doubles as laundry basket & stores dirty dishes Bath Mat Bath Towels Batteries – Range of sizes and/or Rechargeable BBQ & BBQ Lighter Beach Towels Beach Umbrella Beanies Binoculars Blanket/s – Store flat under your mattress Blender Blower Board Games Books Bottle Opener Bucket – Collapsible and others with lid for fishing or handwashing Bulldog Clips Bungee Cords Cake Tins – Silicon are good Camera, Accessories, Batteries, Spare Battery, Charger Cord Camp Oven Camping Chairs Camping Table Can Opener Cards – Credit/ Bank/ Store cards/Club or RSL Membership Cards – Insurance/ Roadside Assist/Medicare/Health Fund Carwash and Wax CD’s Chainsaw Chux Cleaning Cloth Cleaning Supplies Clippers – For cutting his or children’s hair if applicable Clothes – Roll or fold as hanging space is limited. Dark Clothes that require no ironing Clothes Line, Portable/Fold Up Coat Hangers – Spares to hang wet clothes on to dry Coffee Mugs Coins – Supply of $1 coins for Laundromat Compass Coolant – Spare supply for vehicle Corkscrew Cutlery – 3 sets for full day supply Cutting Boards – Lightweight Dental Floss Deodorant Dinner Plates – Plastic Lge and Sml, also Corelle are good as don’t break Dishwashing Detergent Disinfectant Disposable Roasting Trays Dog bowls, leads, runner Door Mat Drain Cleaner Drill, cordless is best Drinking Cups Driver’s License Drone – Accessories, Charger and Spare Batteries Duct Tape Dust Buster/Vacuum Rechargeable Dustpan and Brush – Long Handle Electric Beaters Electrical Appliances as preferred Electrical Tape Electrical Extension Cord Electricity Lead 20metres + Electrical Power Board 6 Outlet Engine Oil EPIRB – Check in date Esky – Soft Sided Small for Picnics or when away from Caravan/Motorhome Face Cloths Fan – 12 Volt or Rechargeable, Ryobi is good Fan – Sirocco (Hard Wired) Fire Blanket Fire Extinguisher – Check the date and that it is full Fire Starters First Aid Kit Fishing Gear, Fishing Net, Tackle Floor Cleaner Fly Net Hats Foam Mattress – Spare stored under mattress for comfort and visitors Frypans – Lightweight and stackable where possible Fuses – Spares Garbage Bags – Large & Small Gas Bottles – Check still in date, 10 years from manufacture or last test Glad Wrap and Glad Bake Paper Glad Zip Lock Bags S, M & L Gloves – Woollen & Disposable Go Pro or other action Camera, Spare Battery & Charging Cord GPS or use Maps on Mobile Phone Grey Water Hose Hair Brush Hairdressing Scissors Hair Dye – DIY Hair care Hammer Hammock Hand Towels – Kitchen and Bathroom Handwash – Kitchen and Bathroom Hats and Caps Head Torch for fishing and going to the amenities at night Hot Plate for Campfire cooking – Lightweight Hydraulic Jack suitable for weight of your vehicle Ice Brick for use on Picnics or Hiking Ice cream Scoop – Plastic Ice Cube Tray Insect Repellent Spray/Creams iPad and Charger Cord Jerry Cans – Diesel and Petrol for Generator Jumper Leads for flat battery use Kettle or Electric Jug Laptop and Charger Cord Light Bulbs – Spares Light/Lantern – Portable for Outdoor use Lip Balm Map of Australia to mark route travelled Matches – Waterproof Measuring Cups – Collapsible are good Measuring Jug – Plastic Medication Memory cards, for Cameras, Drone, Go Pro etc Microwave Containers – Store inside microwave to save space Mixing Bowl – Plastic Mobile Phones – Charger Cords & Earpieces Mop Mosquito Coils Mouse Traps Mouth Wash Nail File, Nail Scissors & Nail Clippers Note Pad, Pens & Pencils Outdoor Matting Oven Bags Oven Mitt & Glove Pain Relief Tablets Paper Clips Paper Plates and Paper Cups Paper Towel Pegless Clothesline Pegs – Loose Pension Card and Health Care Card if applicable Perfume Picnic Blanket for Picnics and Beach Use Pillow Cases Pillows Pizza Tray PJs – 2 sets for Summer & Winter Playing Cards Pliers Pool Noodles – very handy for snorkeling or floating down springs Portable Fridge – Waeco or Engel (additional refrigerator/freezer space) Phone Bank Chargers – Portable Prescriptions – Scripts to be filled (check in date) Printed Maps, Atlas or Camps Book Printer (optional) Radio – Battery Operated Raincoat or Rain Ponchos Razors – Disposable Reading Glasses and Spare set of magnified glasses as back up Reef/Rock Shoes Rope – Great for temporary washing line Rubber Bands Runners or “Closed-In” Walking Shoes – Some Tours Compulsory Salt & Pepper Shakers – Plastic Lightweight Sarong/s Saucepans – Lightweight and stackable where possible Scissors – Kitchen and General Purposes Screwdriver Set Seniors Card or National Seniors Card as applicable Serviettes Sewing Kit for mending Shampoo, Conditioner and Toiletries Sharp Knives & Sharpener Shaver & Charging Cord Sheets – One Set only (wash and dry within same day) Shoes – Casual and going out Shovel – Fold Up and Long Handled for campfires/coals Shower Bag – Hang up style for CP showers Shower Gel Sleeping Bag – Store flat under the mattress Snake Bite Kit Snatch Straps Snorkel Gear – Snorkel, Goggles and Flippers Soap Socks Spanner Set Spatulas Sponge – Clean Caravan or Motorhome and Solar Panels Spreadsheet with Insurance Policy Numbers, Passport Numbers, important details etc Stapler Speaker – Portable for playing music Sticky Tape Storage Containers for storing food, cakes – Stackable or use zip lock bags Strainer for Rice/Pasta Sunscreen Supa Glue Swim Shirt/Rashie and Swim Shorts Swimmers and Boardies – 2 sets/pairs Swiss Army Knife Table Cloth Tarp Tea Towels Tensions Rods to stop unsettled items falling out of fridge or cupboards Thongs plus back up pair Tissues Toaster for use when on power otherwise use frypan to dry toast Toilet Cassette Chemicals Toilet Cleaner Toilet Paper – 2 Ply best for breakdown in Toilet Cassette Tongs – Kitchen & BBQ Tool Set Torch – Battery Operated or Rechargeable Towels – Bath and Beach Travel Iron (only used a handful of times) Truck Brush – Long Handled to wash the caravan or motorhome Tyre kit including Gauge, Tyre Inflator and Tyre Patch/Plug Kit UHF – In car setup plus Portable Walkie Talkies Umbrella – Rain and Beach Wash Basin – Collapsible is great Washing Powder, Washing Soaker & Washing Spray Watch – Waterproof preferably Water Containers – Collapsible 20L ones are ideal Water Filter – Spare Canister if built into caravan or motorhome Water Filter Jug and refill tablets Water Hose – Blue Drinking Water hose Waterproof Camera WD 40 Water Based and Silicon Based Wet Wipes Wheel Chocks Wheel Levellers to level the MH Wi-Fi Dongle Winch Wine Glasses Wooden SpoonMedicine’s: Kids Panadol Thermometer Icepacks BandaidsToys: Box of mixed Lego Playdough Sandcastle Set (Spade, Bucket etc) Ball Games Marbles Box of Arts & Craft stuff (lots of it!) 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