Chili Beach was a great spot, idyllic beach n secluded beachfront camping spots, even had new National Park bush toilets but no showers or fresh water. After a quick setup Ch n Bill went fishing while I went 4 a swim n Anne read her book on the beach. The water was just amazing so warm! We then sat around in the late afternoon n had a chill out couple hrs sitting at a camp table overlooking the beach. We met an interesting couple from Adelaide who had an interest in some thoroughbred horses that were trained by McEvoy. He also had a mate who'd bought David Hayes Stud over in SA! We've certainly been meeting some interesting people from all walks of life on our journey! This morning before heading back out to the Development Track we drove out to Portland Roads, the small settlement not far from Chili Beach, a very quiet n secluded coastal spot that during WW2 was a major coastal station 4 deliveries to the 7000 American soldiers who were stationed at Lockhart River. Unfortunately Portland Road was pretty disappointing overall as the Cafe was closed, the public ph was out of order n the beautiful big nanigi fish the young fellow offered us was too big n no ice 4 the eski, truly was the one that got away!! He had 2 of them he'd caught this morning. From there we had a good run back to the Development Rd in spite of the 101 Bridges n Dips along the way! From there to the Moreton Telegraph Station beside the Wenlock River. This had 1st started as a Telegraph Station in 1887! Would have been a tough old place to live back then!