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Mackay City was originally inhabited by the local Yuibera people.
One of the first white settlers to travel through the Mackay region was Captain James Cook, who reached the Mackay coast on 1 June 1770.Just two bestfriends taking a morning stroll 💕🦘
Photo Credit: @philipps.world.of.photography
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Snapper and Pearl Perch spawning closure
Snapper and Pearl Perch will be no-take species in Queensland waters for one month starting 15 July (from 12.01AM) and ends on 16 August (at 11.59PM).
The closure applies to all fishers – commercial, charter and recreational.
This seasonal closure is similar to spawning closures for barramundi and reef fin fish species, which have been critical to ensuring the sustainability of these fisheries.
If you do catch a Snapper or Pearl Perch during the closure, it is important to handle the fish carefully, dehook it appropriately, and release it as soon as possible.
Snapper may also need to be treated for barotrauma.
The closure ends at 11.59pm on 15 August with normal fishing rules applying after that time.Snapper and pearl perch will be a no-take species for all fishers from 12.01am on 15 July, reopening at 12.01am on 16 August 2021. This applies to all commercial, charter and recreational fishers. Heavy penalties apply to any fisher found to be taking snapper or pearl perch during this time. ... See MoreSee Less
We’re using the new Check In Qld app to help keep you COVID safe the next time you visit.
All you need to do is:
✔ download the app 👉👉 www.covid19.qld.gov.au/check-in-qld
✔ enter your details once
✔ open the app when you next visit us
✔ select ‘Check in Now’ and hover your smartphone over our QR code
Using this digital check-in means your details are stored securely by the Queensland Government for fast COVID-19 contact tracing if needed. #CheckInQld ... See MoreSee Less
Murphy's law says: “anything that can go wrong, will go wrong”.
And it's usually going to go wrong at the worst possible time.
You’re out in the middle of the bush, the clouds are starting to roll over, and it looks like any minute it's going to start pouring !
All of a sudden you notice a hole in your camper’s annexe.
What on earth are you going to do?
You’re going to dive inside your caravan and take out the Tear Aid Roll you’ve been saving for a rainy day and you’re going to cut a piece off and quickly repair the hole.
Then you’re going to sit back, relax, crack open a tinnie, and enjoy the rain!
Every order includes a box of 100 Romed Wipes with our compliments:
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A clear explanation of the process by which unrecyclable plastics can be used to create a sustainable product with multiple applications.
The system is available to recycling companies and local councils - with their own ByFusion Blocker, partners can reshape tons of plastic waste into a new, saleable product with a multitude of applications.
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Using Steam to Make ByFusion Plastic Building Blocks - Steam Culture
Byblock is a revolutionary new building material made by recycling plastic waste.
One ton of plastic waste = one ton of ByBlock.
Each block weighs 10 kilograms and is a sustainable source of fast and efficient building material.
The blocks don't need glue or adhesives.
Using steam the plastic waste compresses all forms of plastic waste into ByBlock units.
These blocks can be used as retaining walls, acoustic walls, sheds, and furniture.
ByBlock is a cost effective product purposed as building material for residential and commercial constructions.
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Can you paint or render it , so you have a solid colour ??
Thanks to our friends at Domesticated Companion for the great images!!
Remember to pack your Tear Aid Repair Kits!
Type A for all your camping gear and equipment - tent, annexe, sleeping bags, pillows, mattress, backpacks etc
Type B for your Vinyl inflatable Swing Ring in the event of a puncture! ... See MoreSee Less
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