Tall Trees Bed & Breakfast

Address: 8 Nugent's Creek Road , Kangaroo Valley, New South Wales, NSW 2577 , Australia | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 8 Nugent's Creek Road , Kangaroo Valley, is near Browns Mountain.
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      Travel Blogs from Kangaroo Valley

      Terpsichore - delight in dancing

      A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on May 30, 2014

      1 comment, 3 photos

      ... br> We stopped at Goulburn for lunch as it is famous for its Big Merino (a large concrete merino sheep that you can actually go up inside). The general consensus was that after Goulburn we must go through Kangaroo Valley to get to Nowra as it is just so beautiful. That seemed like a nice idea, but as we went further along, the roads became narrower and rougher, and then a sign indicated 7kms of steep winding roads! Boy, was that an under-exaggeration!! This road was THE most ...

      Where the sea makes a noise .... Sometimes!

      A travel blog entry by garrykctravels on Dec 03, 2013

      6 photos

      ... the lake that we could see but we did manage to get a glimpse of the flocks of majestic black swans that call it home. We stopped at Shell Harbour beach and the sand was really nice but the view of an industrial site at the end did nothing for us so we got back in to the car for the next seaside town of Kiama.

      Kiama was simply beautiful and my favourite place of the day. In the local indigenous language Kiama means "where the sea makes a noise" and it was due to the ...

      Fire fighter for a day

      A travel blog entry by eamproject2013 on Nov 27, 2013

      33 photos

      ... br>
      Mostly working teams, one lead sprays wide to protect the other lead whilst directly hitting the fire with their hose.

      We practiced walking forward together and walking backwards, taking turns as the lead and enjoying the coolness of the spray and what was a pretty hot day in Albion park.

      We finished with a group shot, thanked Captain Farley for the opportunity and sat back to reflect on the efforts and bravery of our firemen.
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      DAY 158 - KANGAROO VALLEY - ALPACA

      A travel blog entry by kangarog on Mar 22, 2013

      13 photos

      ... the shops and had a look at all the options for lunch. There were a lot of nice cafes but we opted to eat at the pub as they had beer! We hadn't had a pub beer for ages. They had a really great menu in the pub and for Australia the prices weren't that bad. Jay had a beef burger but I ordered the alpaca burger. I have never eaten alpaca before so I just had to try it. I just love ...

      Wollongong and Wind Turbines

      A travel blog entry by ben_and_may on Dec 04, 2012

      6 photos

      ... It was just too windy to cook. Disheartened we turned to cereal but the milk has gone funky. Later, the wind later made relaxing at the beach a rather scratchy affair. But nothing would ruin our day.

      Last day on mega road trip, so we had to listen to our anthems: Semi Charmed Kind of Life and Kryptonite. And the new one, Wanted Dead or Alive (inspired by watching Rock of Ages on the ferry from Tasmania). Stopped at Trapper’s bakery, amazing cheese ...