Wednesday, 25 March 2020

Hideaway Bay, Queensland

Be safe and keep well!

The ferry we sail on to get to mainland Australia has now stopped bringing people in caravans and motor homes entering the State of Tasmania, but freight is still permitted. Our Premier announced that yesterday morning.  Tasmanians are permitted to return home but must quarantine for 14 days.

Hideaway Bay is a small town in the Whitsunday Region and not far from Proserpine where we stayed in the caravan park.

The view at Hideaway Bay is a beautiful place with most of the houses or shacks looking over the sea.  It's a quiet place with just over 200 people and no shops.  Not far to travel to some though. Part of the view and some houses of the area.
















34 comments:

  1. Life now everywhere. Stay safe and well!

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  2. What a beautiful place to live. The houses are quite nice.
    Stay safe and well!

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    1. Rather nice for one family in each house.
      Thanks Bill, you too.

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  3. Lots of those houses would have amazing views.
    Stay safe, stay well.

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    1. They do EC, as we drove past we could see the sea between the houses.
      Thanks and you too.

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  4. No shacks visible. I guess you will have to winter it out at home this year.

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    1. Not many shacks there at all.
      Staying home, we were not going this winter anyway as it's become rather mundane which tells us - stay home and just as well.

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  5. Ver estos paisajes ahora desde casa alegra amiga.
    Cuídate Margaret.
    Desde casa te mando este abrazo 🙅

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    1. Yes Laura - good to see the photos from our homes and for me it's good to remember what this place looked like...Hugs to you too.

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  6. Tantas saudades que sinto do mar.
    Que vistas lindíssimas.
    Um grande beijinho Margeret recheado e saúde.
    Megy Maia 🌈

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    1. Most of us like the sea or seeing it.
      You be safe and stay well..

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  7. Lovely little spot. I will put Hideaway Bay on my list, but won't be packing the van for quite a while. Have just cancelled our Easter trip to the Flinders Ranges, but we'll be on the road when safe to do so. Take care.

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    1. Sweet spot to visit Rosie.
      Ok regarding cancelling your holiday - another time.
      We were going away in van to Huonville for Easter but not now, but that's ok best stay safe.. Take care and thanks.

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  8. It does seem like a great place-- without commercial nonsense! Nice.

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  9. same here with the borders. nothing to be done but get on with and stay safe and healthy. thank you for always sharing your travels and lovely photos, especially now. :)

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    1. Oh, that's ok it's nice of you to say - always a pleasure to share my photos of travels of Australia and it takes our minds of the problems we are all faced with all over this world for a few minutes.
      Take care, be safe.

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  10. A beautiful view of these photos and back to your speech on my blog you are right to pay attention to words and take safety into consideration.

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  11. Hello Margaret,
    What a wonderful locations you have visit. So nice and fantastic that view over the sea. Wonderful!!

    Best regards,
    Marco

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  12. Beautiful place to live.
    Quiet, next to the sea and with wonderful houses.
    It was certainly a spectacular visit.
    Keep safe and well

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  13. Imagens deliciosas de se verem Margaret.
    O mar a mim acalma - me.
    Que também a acalme a si nestes momentos mais difíceis.
    Um sorrir colorido.
    Megy Maia🌈

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  14. I love them, Hideaway Bay and houses, superb.

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  15. Glory Be! Glorious! Glorious! Glorious!

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  16. this beach is SPLENDID dear Margaret

    i loved most the first image though all are beautiful ,lucky ones who view that lovely beach from windows of those houses :)

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