After a shocking nights sleep we were woken up to bacon and eggs, yummm. I was really looking forward for the day as the sky was clear so was looking good on the weather front. I also understand why in the Kookaburra song there is a line 'laugh Kookaburra laugh' as they are possibly one of the loudest, most annoying animal sounds, and actually sound just like they are laughing, I would maybe had not minded if it had not been at 5am! We packed up camp and drove straight to Lake Wabby, it was quite a drive, and the German lady driving our car was a little crazy, so bit nervous in the back seat! We had to walk about 40 minutes through the forest to get to the lake. We came out of the forest straight onto a sand dune, it was huge and was awesome, the sun was shining and it was just amazing, we had to follow these poles in the sand to get to the lake, the sand dune was really steep down to the lake, which was again another amazing fresh water lake, it was just so cool being there. There were huge catfish swimming in the water as well. Lake Wabby is a sacred aboriginal men's place so only the men can go there. We then had our lunch at our second campsite, which was not so forested, Emms and my tent snapped so we had to change the poles! After we'd had lunch a massive guyana walked into our midst, but apparently they're actually called monitor lizards. Anyway our guide, who was a complete 'Australian Bloke', told us not to circle it as they run straight up you, so Becca leapt up onto a tiny pole haha. It had started to drizzle as we moved on to our next site, but when we arrived at the Champagne Falls, the sun came out, and we could swim in these naturally formed salt water rock pools, which were stunning, some crazy people were braving the real sea! On our walk to the falls we also saw a dingo, but it ran off from us as it was our whole tour group. After an hour of sunning we walked up to Indian Head, which was named by Captain Cook as he had seen an aboriginie standing on it when he sailed by. The view was stunning and we could see along all the beaches, and the water was so clear we could see the sharks, Grey Nurse, swimming in the sea, hunting shoals of fish, and we could also see stingrays. We had 3 Germans in our car, half our group was German, and we had been taught the German word for cockroach - kakalakka and Emms made up a lush kakalakka song. We had dinner back at the camp which was sausages which were yummy and then everyone was just chilling round the table, I got literally eacten alive on my feet and ankles (was wearing leggings) by bloody mosquitoes! A man came to play us the didgeridoo which was pretty cool, he also turned out to be the person who was on the safety video we had to watch before we came to the Island! We also had a campfire and toasted marshmellows. Emms made some boobs out of the goon packet as they come in these foil pouches haha. A bit later on our guide took us to see the centre of the Milky Way from the beach, which was beautiful, you could see so many stars and we also saw the Southern Cross constillation and also Orion's belt which was upside down. Our guide had to leave us there for a few minutes as we weren't allowed to drive at night, there was about 7 of us left in the dark on the beach, a bit nervous for dingoes, but not really expecting to see any. However I happened to shine my torch and catch the glow of some eyes and Becca confirmed there were two dingoes coming towards us, you aren't allowed to run as that triggers them to chase you and eat you, and you can't turn your back on them so we had to all do the 'dingo safe' stance and were all pretty freaked out, but they weren't interested in us and one of them just did a poo next to us to tell us it was his territory and trotted on! It was a very long 3 minutes but it was pretty awesome seeing them on the beach. We were then taken back to camp and went to bed. Had another amazing day full of sunshine and some amazing sights.