Merimbula Robyns Nest
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Fantastic lake views, saw a kangaroo
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An early but lovely sunny start to the day. The clocks gained us an hour due to daylight saving so we used it to start today's trip at 8.00am.
If Saturday in Canberra was traffic free, imagine what early Sunday morning was like!
We've come across some interesting place names on our travels and today as we were driving along we …
... not have been hard to imagine similar scenery in the welsh borders of UK. Hence the name New South Wales??? Having reached Merimbula we discover our motel looks pretty good and overlooks the sea lake. There is a diving group based near here but sadly we won't have enough time to investigate further. We walked along to the lake, which contains a massive oyster farm, and watched sea birds feeding before finding ourselves some ...
... I managed to make it to the cows nest after 8 hours of riding. I was greeted by a warm-hearted Aussie named Leo. I have never been called "mate" so many times in my life. Let's just say, he speaks Australian. P.S. I broke the Sutra's top speed record again (fully loaded record) on Wendsday. 75 KMPH!!!! 2nd P.S. I dont have any wireless around here so pictures for these next few entries will come ...
... pleasant change to straight out highway driving, stopping at Bruthen for a morning coffee and then Cann River for lunch.
The weather was overcast and misty rain for most of the journey but it was still a comfortable drive through the State Forests where tall timbers changed to scrubby bushland to rainforest and tree ferns and back again. Judith had warned us that it was quite hilly with some good bends and she was right, but it didn’t slow us ...
It was a bit cool this morning in Ulladulla but thankfully, it soon warmed up. Were on our way again by 10am. Took a bit of a detour in Bateman's Bay and started following the Tourist Drive. We parked up at Corrigan's Beach for morning tea and then decided after a couple of minor incidents that the local motorists are not very welcoming to grey nomads so instead of turning around and travelling the whole length of the Tourist Drive, we went back to the Princes Highway ...