Cavvanbah Beach House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... council is struggling - the town is full of people, but not the type of tourists that spend money - they all sit in bars for hours drinking one drink, or one coffee, stretching out their few dollars. It must be really difficult for businesses to survive here. The “grey nomads”(retired Australians with huge mobile homes, powerful 4WDs and ample wallets that we’d seen at all the other campsites) were nowhere to be seen amongst this young crowd.
... walking thru and got to see s leech stuck on my hand !!!
We left here and drove on the Armidale Kempsey Rd which was probably the most amazing drive we have done - more cliffs, bends and skinny tracks through the most amazing scenery. We camped at Georges Junction freecamp and were surrounded by cows! One managed to chew/suck on my beach towel which was grosse !!!
The flies and mozzies there really bad so we had a nice fast pack up as they were unbearable.
We had an early flight to Sydney as we wanted to make the most of our day and half here. Tony was kind enough to get up before sunrise to take us to the airport. Although Brisbane airport was fantastic to fly into, unfortunately it's domestic departure lounge was rather lacking oomph when it came to breakfast! But we managed to find something for both us after sussing them all out! Pete had been here before, so knew which way to go to get ...
... was another wildlife paradise where we saw numerous birds, a monitor lizard and Chris seized another opportunity for Wallaby stalking. We explored the deserted sprawling resort walking down to Surf Beach where the walkways had been covered with drifting sand. There was a lovely span of deserted dunes, beach and rolling surf but as we walked further onto the beach a modern high rise city appeared on the horizon like a hazy mirage. The sky scape was ...
... one day, travelling in style on the colourful, 'Happy Coach.' The journey was an awesome couple of hours singing along to classic rock tunes, while our hippy guide rocked out in the driver's seat. Basically the only reason people head to Nimbin is to obtain weed, but it was something that Virginie and I were really not into at all. We'd just heard it was a funky kind of town and we just wanted to see for ourselves what it was all about. The rumours were right about the weed; ...