Overnight Reflections

Address: 113 Fishing Point Road, Fishing Point, Lake Macquarie, Greater Newcastle, Hunter Valley, New South Wales, 2283, Australia | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 113 Fishing Point Road, Fishing Point.
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    Travel Blogs from Fishing Point

    Harbour Cruise

    A travel blog entry by greynomad1946 on Jul 25, 2015

    12 photos

    ... travelling out through the heads to try to find stronger winds. As we arrived back at our mooring in Clontarf we noticed a number of Maritime Services boats with their lights flashing. It seems that a whale had come into the bay and they were ensuring that people and boats did not get too close to it. We were very lucky to see it when it breached about 30 metres from us. What a great day we have had and it was certainly one of the highlights of our ...

    Hakuna Matata - It means no worries!

    A travel blog entry by hakuna-matata on Jul 14, 2015

    37 photos

    ... t know about was the TV/DVD/ CD/ radio player. Being gadget liking people, we were a lot happier with this than we should've been, ha ha.

    We've had a couple of family day trips. We've been to Newcastle, to Nelson Bay (where we saw a dolphin), Anna bay (where we saw, for the first time in our lives, whales!) some exploring of the area road trips, discoveries include oceans, forests, beaches, caves and beautiful sunsets. stargazing 2.0 here in Medowie, where there are no city ...

    A couple weeks turned to a couple months in Manly!

    A travel blog entry by hayleym on Apr 14, 2015

    28 photos

    ... generally just be around to look after the place/dogs , and I took it. A few days after speaking to him on the phone, I arranged to meet them face to face in the city and they seemed nice, down to earth people. I decided to move their the following Monday, so my time in Manly was coming to an end! I felt ready to go by now, the people I'd met there weren't the same anymore and it wasn't fun. I knew it was time to move on. I'd had some great times and made some good memories in Manly that I'll always ...

    Gosford

    A travel blog entry by charli9988 on Apr 07, 2015

    26 photos

    ... was Spikes little sister. We arrived at the house and went to open the back gate to be greeted by two paws almost reaching over the top of the gate. It turns out Dusty is Spikes little sister but in no way is she little. She's pretty much the size of a Shetland pony. She's as soft as a brush and is lovely but when she jumped up at me on arrival she nearly knocked me flying. Just stood on all fours she comes up to my hip. We spent the rest of the afternoon just sat with the ...

    Short Day= drowning kids & stinkfinger emergency

    A travel blog entry by jamessapp on Nov 26, 2014

    9 photos

    ... in the park. Set up the tent at a campground called Frazer Beach. Munmorah is a sweet little spot. The plant communities in the area are very diverse and house many animal species. Hiking trails take you through dense tropical forest in the valleys and then pop you out into beautiful forests of eucalyptus and tea tree. I also spotted one of the most beautiful humming birds i have ever seen. It was jet black with intense baby blue markings. I took a long walk ...