Within the past couple of months, I have rewatched H2O: Just Add Water and Mako Mermaids: An H2O Adventure and discovered that it took place on the Gold Coast, Australia. Because we were going to Australia, I asked my mom if we could go and she said yes. Since then, I have been doing a fair amount of research to find the locations of where they filmed a lot of scenes. If you want to know the filming locations for Mako Mermaids and/or H2O: Just Add Water, keep on reading to see where we went. To kick off the start of our Mako Mermaids adventure, we went to Nobby Beach . This is where they filmed a lot of scenes where the actors were just walking along the beach. Next we went to Burleigh Head National Park , where they filmed some scenes of Mako Island. We were so impressed with this beach. It was really pretty, the water was clear and calm, and we saw a ton of fish! After going to the most beautiful beach ever, we watched a clip from Mako Mermaids and decided th
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Tuesday Aug, 8th 2017 After our scrumptious breakfast at the Holiday Inn in Red Bluff, we drove to Lassen Volcanic Park. The volcano last exploded about 100 years ago. A rich man got photos of the volcano erupting in 1914. If he had stayed there twenty more minutes, he would most likely been killed by the spewing rocks. Once we learned about the volcano and went on a small hike, we swam in Summit Lake. It was cold and a bit creepy. When we were done in the water, we drove to a friend's house. She lives on the border of California and Oregon near Mt Shasta. I was very excited to see her pets, a cat named Kitty and a dog named Luna. We had a nutritious dinner on her deck, and then played Apples to Apples with the family. It started getting late, and we went to bed.