When holidaying as a family it’s a chance to reconnect and relax, whilst also creating some lifelong memories together.
Often those memories will be captured on camera to show off when you get home.
But for one family who recently holidayed in Australia that’s not going to be the case.
A memory card was discovered by an eight-year-old boy in Gorge Walk at Point Lookout off the coast of Brisbane, Queensland.
It contained photos from a mystery family’s recent holiday.
Now the boy’s mum Sonja Elliott has taken to Facebook in an attempt to reunite the holidaymakers with their memory card.
“On Monday 30th July 2018, my son found an 8GB memory card whilst on the Gorge walk at Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island), just off the coast of Brisbane, Queensland,” Sonja wrote in the post.
“The memory card holds hundreds of photos, most of which document the travels of a mother & her two children. From looking at the earlier photos on the memory card, I believe they are from Germany.”
She attached two of the images of the card showing a mum and her two daughters.
“Please share – it would be great if we could reunite it with its owners,” she concluded the post.
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Sonja has reached out to some prominent North Stradbroke Island businesses to share the photos.
“I put it on some Stradbroke Facebook sites … and I’ve contacted a few other pages,” she told the ABC.
“I’ve also contacted a group called Germans in Australia, because I thought perhaps they’d have family but I haven’t heard back from them.”
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