From Maryborough we headed out over the Coral Sea, 85 miles, to Lady Elliott Island (YLTT). Miss Elliot's island is a fun place to stop. It's a teeny tiny island, with no nav aids. If the weather is bad it would be hard to find. From there we headed for Gladstone, flying over the airport there, and then on to Rockhampton to end the flight. Kodaks: 1) Lady Elliot Island. 2) Take off from Lady Elliot Island. You will note the Cessna 337 out the left window, a bit close to the water. This was Willy, after he pulled up... I think I briefly saw a tiny wake from the left wingtip at one point. I was going to warn him about the impending CFIT with the Coral Sea, but I was too busy getting this shot... MM is in the Shrike Commander, at a bit safer altitude. 3) Final approach Rockhampton.