Merimbula Robyns Nest
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsMerimbula Robyns Nest
Fantastic lake views, saw a kangaroo
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... the kangaroos despite the high numbers and it will take someone who is playing golf to be attacked by one of the larger kangaroos before they will be allowed to reduce the numbers.
We were both disappointed with the weather over the last month of our holiday, up until then we had been enjoying plenty of sunshine and warm days (and nights) and to finish our trip in the rain was a bit of a letdown. ...
A general guide for the number of heat beads to use is: twice as many beads for the size of the oven. Eg we have a 12inch camp oven (yes it’s imperial) so we required a total of 24 heat beads. The dough for the scones was made and the scones were placed on a non-stick tray I had bought to fit in the oven. This was then set inside the heated oven on the trivet that came with the oven. We placed 8 heat beads in ...
... camping', and then Gillards Beach where there were quite a few caravans camped in behind the tea trees, and also a large school group in tents. This area might be worth remembering for future visits. We then went to Nelsons Beach and walked to the lagoon through a lovely treed area. I don't think I have ever heard so many birds chirping, it was quite lovely in the shady canopy of the trees, and once we got to the lagoon, we ...
... setting, Nicci informed us that when Jack and Hannah were younger they would spend a lot of the summer here as it has natural pools and waterfalls to keep cool, but also a fantastic setting. we scaled rocks and water to make our way to the waterfall, Douglas was very brave (or stupid) and decided to go for a swim. I can vouch the water was absolutely freezing ( and I only had my feet in) but Douglas could not resist the temptation, the photographs ...
... closed – apparently it had washed away in recent heavy rains. This day is proving quite a challenge for
sightseeing! However, once again John’s
sharp eyes spotted another walking track and so off we traipsed through the
bush and were rewarded a short distance later with one enormous cliff of
amazing colours – the break between the red and white rock quite defined.
In Merimbula we
bought some oysters ...