Cathrine Jensen: When you are saying goodbye and go on new adventures

As some of you might have seen on my Instagram takeover the other day, I already had to say goodbye to some of my friends. We were spending our last day together, celebrating that we finished our exams and my own “fake” birthday with a BBQ and cake by the river. We went swimming as well, and some were a little anxious about what the water might contain. However, as one of my friends said: “As long as you don’t jump directly down in the head of a freshwater croc, then it might end up dislocating your knee, besides that you are going to be fine.” So in we went.

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Carolyn Reimann: Salmon Creek

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For those of you who love a secluded beach and a perfect arvo (Aussie slang for ‘afternoon’) fish, this is the spot for you!

This hidden gem just 30 minutes south of Townsville is the best place to go after you have had a dip at Alligator Creek (see my last post). To get there you have to go through the small town of Cungulla to access the beach road.

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Cathrine Jensen: Bungalow Bay Koala Village

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I was so extremely lucky, that I won a prize in the international student selfie contest (even though my selfie skills are not particularly great, as you will see in a moment). The prize was a two-night stay in a bungalow in the koala village, Bungalow Bay on Magnetic Island. I scheduled the trip months ago and this weekend it was finally time to go… YES!

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