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 …
... very picturesque and where the mountains meet the sea. The next day, another windy part of the Great Ocean Road to navigate but once again amazing scenery. A long drive to Lakes Entrance where we stayed for 2 nights. Still cold, but managed to have a good look around before heading out of Victoria to the lovely town of Merimbula on the NSW South Coast. A little warmer, thank goodness, and even managed a barefoot walk on the beach. We are here for 2 nights, so will explore the town ...
"A blow, a puff of smoke and the race is on"
- today we followed the Killer Whale Trail which took us to 5 points telling
the story of the whaling industry in Australia. No whales to be seen today, of course, with
the migration season taking place between September – November.
started at a local lookout and from here you could see across the southern
reaches of ...
... was a tourist route but John said it was no good. Later on, in a tourist leaflet, I discovered that it was the best scenery on the route with an elevated road over the sea and we completely missed it!
We stopped at Kiama and that proved to be the highlight of the day. There are wonderful rocky bays and a lighthouse. We parked near to the huge blowhole that spouted large sprays of water when the ...
... Highway towards Queanbeyan, surviving the steepest and longest climb we've so far encountered up a mountain to cross the Great Dividing Range. Passing through Braidwood, we pulled up for the night to free-camp along the Shoalhaven River at Warri Creek (it can all be a little confusing at times!), before heading out in the morning via Goulburn and Moss Vale back to Robertson in the Southern Highlands. We now leave our little Sunny and brave Percy for nearly two months in the ...