Adventures in Australia

This week I looked through my phone’s gallery and saw a couple of photos of our recent adventures. I’d like to share our recent adventures in Australia with you.

A couple of weeks ago, we went to the Caboolture historical village. It’s pretty cool. They have numerous buildings to explore and I think kids would love it. It kept us busy for an afternoon.

The post office has a hologram that explains the history of the building.

It’s so funny that you can see my reflection right next to the gun. It looks like I’m plotting revenge.

This is an old train and it has a working restaurant on the inside. It’s so cool!

Look at these ridiculous rules for female teachers!

I cannot resist taking silly photos. Sorry, not sorry.

We went to the Redcliffe Show two weekends ago. It was fun, but more like a fair than a show. There were plenty of rides and stalls with tasty junk food. We ventured onto the Ferris wheel and then I promptly remembered that I had a fear of heights. It’s fine, I survived.

Last weekend, we went to the Bray Farm park, but the locals call it the Harry Potter park. It’s just a local park where your kids can play. My husband and I climbed in the houses with our nieces. They thoroughly enjoyed it.


I miss my family dearly, but sometimes Australia can be fun!



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