New Semester Fiesta. University of the Sunshine Coast. Let the party begin! #usc
I love working at USC - this is the view from my desk today. All this week, the roos have been mingling with the students on the grass outside my window, eating lunch together and enjoying the glorious sunshine.
Riding the paddle boats is definitely on my to-do list this month. These two were joined by about 10 happy, well-fed ducks as they paddled up and down the river at Sunshine Plaza.
Winter morning and a misty vista over the back fence. Might start out a bit brisk, but our winter days warm up brilliantly.
Lunch in the park on Buderim Hill. Fine views of the Coast… and the University nestled resplendently in the landscape.
Not a bad view for dinner on a Thursday night looking out over Mooloolaba beach. Mooloolaba bar and grill is a great place to catch up with friends. Can’t go wrong with a $15 parmy night!
Wednesday night is 6-a-side football at Buderim FC’s Ballinger Park. Clearly, this Kookaburra had seen enough and took flight midway through the 2nd half. We’ll all be back for the next round same time next week. :)
This has got to be the best way to start the weekend! Another amazing winter day and the sun is streaming through the house. Now I just have to decide what to do today - picnic at Cotton Tree park, walk along Mooloolaba beach, coffee with friends beside the river at Sunshine Plaza, or maybe all three!
We couldn’t do a pic a day without a gratuitous kangaroo shot. Figured I’d get in first… The resident roos are friendly enough, but are still wild animals and need to be treated as such - fine to look, just don’t try and touch. Around 50 Eastern Greys split their time between the campus and the adjoining Mooloolah River National Park.