Town of 1770 - Agnes Water
This is a great area that has only just had its road sealed making excess by car now possilble, the 1st time I traveled to the Queensland Discovery Coast Town of 1770 - Agnes Water, was on my way to Cains from Sydney and was told by a friend to check this place out, well it was a rough dirt road in but well worth it once you arrived, Paradise and untouched, now an easy drive from Bundaburg or Gladstone I recommend you check out this area.
They have a Festival in May that celabrates the landing of Captain Cook in 1770 well worth going to if you can, a party on the beach with Bands, fireworks, or Barrier Reef Island Cruises they have it all, this area was once hidden for over 220 years.
A Must Place to Vist.
Posted By Dan on Saturday 22nd April 2006 @ 16:54:00
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