Reef Holiday: Great Barrier Reef Adventures

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Sep 27, 2016 - Adventure stories - 108 pages
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Sue White, aged 13, is excited that her parents are to take her on a holiday to the Barrier Reef. Her friend Alison advises her to speak to another girl in their school who lives on a Great Barrier Reef island, for tips about life in such a place. They are surprised to find that the White family is actually planning to holiday on the very island where Jess Carey and her family live. The Whites, Phil, Sally & Sue; Jess Carey and her brother Lewis all travel to the reef together and so begins a great adventure for Sue and her new found friends. The Carey's are Alan and Bob, brothers, and their wives, Barbara and Win. Bob's son, Paul, is quite a skilled amateur naturalist and is most helpful and instructive when he takes parties of guests on to the reef. The Carey youngsters and their extended family know their reef well and this holiday proves to be a learning experience for all at the resort. All the children get along well and have many adventures, including meeting some Pirates!

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SHEILA HUNTER (née McDonald) 1924 - 2002 Sheila was born in New Zealand. Her parents were Australian originating from Ballarat in Victoria. Sheila met Norman Hunter in 1955 and they married at the end of that year. Her life turned around. No more nursing, but motherhood and local village care as resident district nurse, although this was unofficial, she was called out on many occasions. After marrying Norman, Sheila took on many positions in the community, i.e. Secretary of the Liberal Party Branch; Secretary of the inaugural Red Cross Club; Convener of the inaugural 4H Club (like Junior Farmers); Local Girl Guide Commissioner for 4 years from 1967 and with Mr Peter Patton, was responsible for getting the local Scout/Guide Club being bui

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