We got up and walked to the bus stop to catch the 7.30am bus to Noosa Heads. We arrived at the bus station and had to wait until 8.30am for our free shuttle to Australia Zoo. While we were waiting we saw Rory, Daniel and Axel at the bus station. They were waiting for their Greyhound bus to Brisbane. The rest of the lads had already gone to Brisbane as James has family that lives there. Our bus arrived and we headed to Australia Zoo. It took around 1 hour and 15 minutes to get there. On the way they were showing videos of Steve Irwin when he did The Crocodile Hunter documentaries and videos of the aftermath of his death and how it affected people. We arrived at Australia Zoo around 9.45am and got ourselves a map. The entry cost was $55.00. We saw elephants, tigers, crocodiles, koalas, kangaroos, wombats, snakes, alligaters, birds etc as we went round the zoo. So many more animals to see from other zoo's we have been too. We watched a Wildlife Warriors show in the Crocoseum. It was amazing to see how well managed the zoo was by Steve Irwin's family and even to this day after his death his memory lives on through the hard work he put into the zoo and how he cared for all the animals. It was a fantastic zoo and well worth the money. I held a python snake and had my photo taken with it. It was wrapped around me and I had to hold close to its head with my hand. It was really heavy and its skin felt really soft. We also got a chance to feed the elephants. Our bus was leaving at 4pm so we went to see the photos of us feeding the elephants and I needed to get the photo of me holding the snake but they weren't processed yet. There was only one bus back to Noosa so we couldn't miss it. The photos were going to take another 15 minutes to process but we couldn't wait for them. It was so annoying as we didn't get the chance to see the elephant feeding photos and I had to get the snake photo sent in the post to Sydney which cost me more money. I wasn't very happy. We got the bus back on time as we thought we might miss it and headed back to Noosa Heads. Gus had been at the zoo today as well so he was on the bus. We arrived back at Noosa Heads bus station and got another bus back to our apartment. While we were waiting for the bus we saw Josefine and Cecila again. They had been surfing at one of the beaches in Noosa and waiting for the free shuttle back to their hostel. When we got back we had a walk along the beach. In the evening we cooked dinner and watched the film The 40 year old virgin on the TV.