Had a pretty funny night's sleep, I woke up find Emms sitting up in bed, as she ahd scared herself out of sleeping as she had run through a spider's web on her way back from the loo and thought that it might be on her still, she wasn't even in her sleeping bag liner!! She had also written a funny little poem. We were made bacon and eggs again and packed up camp, we stopped by the Pinnacles, which are different coloured rocks, due to minerals, it is however a sacred Aboriginie women's place, so only the aborigional women are allowed there not the men. The story that they use to explain how it was formed was that a man was engaged to a woman, but she was in love with someone else and eventually the husband to be found out and tried to kill her lover, she however jumped in front on the boomerang and died, and the colours in the rocks are said to be her blood and tears, so only women are now allowed there. We have heard quite a few other aboriginie stories which are all very interesting. We then drove to the Maheno Shipwreck, which had been bought by the Japanese just before the 2nd World War and they were taking it back to Japan when they were caught in a cyclone and it was shipwrecked on Fraser Island, after the Japanese started bombing Australia, the Australians started using it for bombing practice. Emms had been able to drive our guides ute to the shipwreck and then Kim drove it to the next stop - Eli Creek (we have also noticed every little strem has a name in Australia, usually something creek eg, kitty, baffled, long, big, ginger beer etc!). Eli Creek was a lovely little stream and we walked along the bank to get to the start and then waded down. We then set off for our final stop, Kim had left her camera on the back of our car and it fell off as we were driving along so she lost all her pictures which was annoying for her! We had our final lunch, and it had started to drizzle, and then we went down to Lake McKenzie which is the most popular lake as it is extremely blue. The weather cleared up and we had a lush swim in the lake, the clearest one by far, and then of course sunbathed! I think my favourtie lake was Burrabeen as there was no one else there and it was so peaceful! We then went home and checked in again at our hostel, we were in 9 bed room which was full, but it was all single beds and massive so was fine! We had another lovely meal of pasta! Another early start - 5am - to get a taxi to the transit centre and then a bus to Rainbow Beach (1 and a half hours) to get our Oz Experience bus. We are now in Brisbane with some of Becca's family and it is so nice here, really hot, and just really nice to be in a house and in proper beds, and not having to wear flip flops in the shower! In Brisbane now for probably 3 nights, so hopefully we will cuddle a koala!