This was the last day of our camping trip and we planned to walk the Round Hill Creek track, look at a few more of the sights, and the beach views of Seventeen Seventy.
It was time to pack up the camper trailer, load up the car, the kids, and head off for the final part of our trip away.
We left the camper trailer outside the camping ground under a tree and just used the car for the morning.
The lovely people at the Captain Cook Holiday Village had no problem with us leaving the camper there and also said they would keep an eye on it just incase someone saw the opportunity to back up and head off with it.
We had decided to see a bit of history today and do the longer walk from bottom car park through to the Bustard Bay lookout which is at the top of the Round Hill Headland.
The Bustard Bay lookout is in the Joseph Banks Conservation Park, which is located at the top tip of Seventeen Seventy at the end of Endeavour Road.
This would of meant we would of walked past the Captain Cook Monument and seen it again on the way through.