Luckily, it's pretty near Uncle E's house because I'm so over being in the car.
Since I am the most important part of this holiday and no one cares if The Typist wants to walk around and take piccies, My Cushion bundled me back into the car to look for the dog friendly beach.
And here it is!
It was just 1 minute back up the road. There was a big field with a fence all round it and, as you can see in the picture, the beach was just on the other side of the fence. I had a good run there! It was the 1st good run I've had since coming on holiday.
There were steps, tunnels and poles in the field too! For some inexplicable reason, my humans kept trying to make me do something or other with them.
"But why do you want me to run through the concrete tunnel? Can't I just walk round it? You do realise I'm not a circus dog, right? And by the way, if...IF I do this silly thing, what's in it for me?"
Then I met Jake. My goodness! He was such a little show off!
"Out of my way, youngster! Can't you see I'm doing agility?"
"C'mon! Call this a high jump?"
"Okay, this one I don't get. You want me to do what?"
The beach was the best part of the morning. It was only very little because the tide was high. I hope my humans take me back there when the tide is low so I can walk on the sand bank.
I met Rover and Effie!From L to R: Rover, Effie, me and Jake.
Right next to the little beach was a mangrove swamp. The Typist thinks it's part of the Boondall Wetlands. It looked really interesting but guess who isn't allowed in there?
That's me swimming! I think I'm getting better at it.
I hope I get to go back there again before we leave.
HOW TO GET TO NUDGEE BEACH:
NOTE from The Typist.
I've read that the actual name of the dog friendly park is Tuckeroo but I can't seem to confirm or locate it on the map. It's not hard to find though. You'll see the enclosure from the road. Enjoy!