Today the crew got to tour Stradbroke Island with some of the native elders as our guides. We started by visiting Brown Lake or Burimma, which is very sacred to Quadamooka people. The elder Evelyn spoke to the crew about the struggle and survival of her people, which was a very familiar tale. Later we had lunch at the North point of the island, commonly know as The Point, which had very beautiful beaches and wild kangaroo roaming around. After that, we went to Dunwich State School where the crew gave a short presentation to the students and teachers followed by a question and answer session with Captain Bruce Blankenfeld. The school was then invited to visit and explore Hōkūleʻa. A small collective of crew also went to the Yulu-Burri-Ba Health Center, which is dedicated to native health. The day ended with a gorgeous sunset, which in turn gave birth to a chilly evening, currently around 52° Fahrenheit. The crew is happy and excited for this Australian adventure.