Agnes Waters & The Town Of 1770
This website follows the Grigaliunas Family, Leigh, Yasmin, Layla and Libby, as they take a year off life to travel around the great country of Australia.
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Agnes Waters & The Town Of 1770

Beach, National Park, Places
fishing, snorkelling, SUPing, surfing
About This Project

Agnes Water and 1770 were a side trip from Bundaberg while waiting for Yasmin to get back from one of her first business trips away from us.  The girls and I decided to stay at the Kangaroo Santuary and loved every minute of our time there.

The towns had plenty to do with most activities revolving around the beautiful coastline.  Even though it was winter, or close enough, the water was still well swimmable and we went swimming, SUP’ing and fishing a number of times.  The historical value of the region was a bonus for homeschooling too.

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