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

      Short Day= drowning kids & stinkfinger emergency

      A travel blog entry by jamessapp on Nov 26, 2014

      9 photos

      ... of nice beaches. Not the most cycle-friendly city though. Today was marked by lovely riding weather and some great riding on bike pathways! That's not all though. At around 45k I pulled over to check out Munmorah State Conservation area. At that very moment I realized that I was about to **** my pants. With a panicked look on my face I made a break for the visitor center toilet and unleashed a stage 10 on the facilities. I took the close call as a sign and decided ...

      Day 19 - 25 toowoon bay holiday park central coast

      A travel blog entry by boatboy50 on Oct 29, 2014

      11 photos

      ... some way, so the main coastal towns are located at the entrances. The entire coastline of these lakes is dotted with small communities which all make for some nice little towns. Thrown amongst it are some national parks and miles of beautiful beach, along with some rocky headlands. We originally booked in for 3 nights on the absolute beach front. The sites are on the point of a head land, about 50m above the ocean below. On the first night I ...

      Stop No 25 - The Central Coast

      A travel blog entry by judecar on Oct 15, 2014

      3 comments, 12 photos

      ... the end we were at, which we thought was great. We virtually had the amenities block to ourselves. We had some great walks and visited the towns of Woy Woy, Tuggerah, Norah Head, Camden Beach and The Entrance, which had a great market on Saturday. I was brave enough to go for a swim in the ocean on Sunday. I truly can't believe I did, as the water ...

      Family and Fixed Webasto Heater

      A travel blog entry by wherrol on Aug 06, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... been to Australian Motorhomes before with the Sunliner. We felt comfortable that they would soon get to the nub of the issue, and fix it.

      Barry, the Service Manager, greeted us and we talked through the problems and issues. He had his Webasto installer Ben and Anthony the Manager of the workers on hand to make sure we understood everything. His opening comment was that "alarm bells rang when we were told that ...

      25 degrees! Is this summer?!!

      A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on Jul 31, 2014

      4 photos

      ... s the price of a small house! One of the vans was so big and had so many extras that you could park it on your block and it would be a very comfortable shack to live in. Much too big to be driving around the streets though! Even though some of the vans had lots of bells and whistles, we decided that we still prefer the one we have. That's a nice feeling to know! Well, 4 hours later (!!!) we hit the road to head south to stay with Turvey cousins, Faye and Ron in ...