Today we went into town and got a few final fishing and camping supplies and then tried our luck fishing at the marina whilst the others did a dive with Steve's company. We could see the fish swimming around but none wanted our bait, so we gave up and got some lunch then met the others and headed over to the national park to set up camp. We found our little cove where our sites were booked and set up before going for a snorkel. We saw quite a few different fish and coral, the visibility was fairly good but not excellent and the tide was going out quite quickly so it was an effort to swim back to shore but still fun. We had showers with Hiromi's camp shower which was really quite good then walked to the picnic tables in the middle of the camp area for 'happy hour' where everyone camping in our cove sits together and has a drink and chat. We met some lovely older couples and got a few vague fishing tips including a warning about tiger sharks swimming in the shallows, then once the sun had almost set and the air got colder we all went back to our camps to make dinner. After dinner we watched the videos taken by the guys diving this morning, then watched in awe as the full moon rose over the rocky mountain range behind the camp, it was like nothing I've ever seen before, breathtaking. We were all pretty tired after that so we crashed. There are heaps of tame kangaroos around the camp area, I think they scavenge for food and come right up to the tents with attitude, hopefully I don't get boxed by one!