Wednesday, 28 February 2018

Hervey Bay, Queensland

From 1770 to Hervey Bay for a week.
The temperature at night was 4.6deg C in Hervey Bay with a top of 26 deg C somewhat cooler than we were used to in Winter 2017.
Seeing as we stop in Hervey Bay last year for awhile I deemed it not necessariy to take photos or show photos from last year we were there 2016.
Hervey Bay last year the link herehere and here for those who like to refresh memories.
Photos from here are on Hervey Bay are 'new' ones :)

We stayed in a different Caravan Park last year  it was just about on the beach with a very short walk to the sea.
So at sunset I ventured those few steps to the beach, view in one way then the other.









The view from our caravan.


This picnic area was next door to the Caravan Park.


29 comments:

  1. The view of the beach and the sea at sunset is wonderful. I love sea. Regards.

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  2. Olá, desfrutar de uma boa caminhada por cima da belas praia é maravilhoso, as fotos estão perfeitas a mostrar a beleza que a rodeia.
    Continuação de boa semana,
    AG

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    1. Thank you, had several walks along the beach in the evening time.

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  3. You are featuring one beautiful area after another.

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  4. Hervey Bay is or was a great favourite with returning "colonials" from PNG after Independence. I have no idea why this place was so favoured.
    Colin

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  5. very beautiful place! I did not know that it get so cold at nights

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    1. Hard to believe for Australia having cold nights in Winter, some places in land have really cold nights in Winter.

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  6. That looks like a super caravan park so close to the beach and a park.

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    1. It is a great one, reasonably quiet as well, there are several caravan parks along that strip right on the beach! Amazing really.

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  7. Lovely pastime travelling the country, I love it.

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    1. We both love it too Bob and at this very moment we are doing just that in Tasmania.

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  8. That's another great caravan park with super views! Lovely pics at sunset!

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    1. We really do in the Winter, summer not a person I expect....lol

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  10. Boa tarde, desfrutar de tantas beleza em caravana, é no mínimo maravilhoso. as fotos estão lindas e perfeitas.
    Continuação de feliz semana,
    AG

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    1. There certainly is a big difference between the day and night temperature in the Winter time, some places more than other places.

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  11. Hay una gran diferencia entre la temperatura mínima y la máxima.

    Las fotos, hablan por sí solas, de la belleza de este lugar.

    Besos

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    1. Certainly a big difference between the two in Winter.
      It is a lovely place and so busy in summer so I was told.

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  12. wow beautifull place dear i love the view of the beach..

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  13. When I was a kid annually the Railway Picnic was held at Hervey Bay. I grew up in Gympie (some would say "grew up" is debatable), and around 6 am on the Sunday morning of the Railway Picnic many folk from Gympie, excitedly boarded a train headed for Hervey Bay and said picnic.

    I got to go one year. It was a fun day out.

    An aunt, through marriage, lives in Hervey Bay...and her son lives at River Heads, which is a few minutes away. She's quite elderly now, but she lived at Happy Valley, on Fraser Island for nine years or so back in the late 70s-early 80s. My ex and I often visited her for a few days when we were living atboth Coolum and Sunshine Beach.

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    1. Can imagine those picnic were such fun, bet the place has changed from then to now. You certainly have lived in many places in Queensland Lee.

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