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... 8217;t done it themselves he told us his friend said it was the most beautiful scenery he had ever laid his eyes on. We didn’t need much more persuasion than that, we were doing that walk!
When we enquired about it with the man at the information centre he seemed to physically stop in his tracks, raise his eyebrows and gave us a knowing nod that suggested that by saying those words we had entered a club, a ...
Glenmack holiday park was the only available site we could find in Kangaroo Valley so we book ourselves a cabin and try to find a bus to get there. The first few companies are full and we end up taking a diverted airport shuttle bus for $60. The park is set up well and we have a descent size cabin, BBQ area and swimming pool. Being close to the river we book ourselves 2 canoes for a tour tomorrow and head to town. It's not a bad little place and hosts a few bakery/cafes and tourist ...
... to the toilet block and were drenched after just 3 steps! Yes, I know, I'm a sook! Anyway our patience paid off as it stopped raining and cleared up a bit, so we headed off up the coast to Minnamurra and then Shellharbour. What a gorgeous place this is. One street has a huge Westfield Shopping Centre on it and the next street feels very much like Coles Bay but on a much larger scale. We parked on ...
... any water in it for years. It is massive - just an enormous, flat, green plain about 10kms long and nearly as wide. Our photos really won't do it any justice.
Anyway, the general consensus was that after Goulburn, we must go through Kangaroo Valley to get to Nowra as it is just so beautiful. Goulburn has the famous Big Merino (a large concrete merino sheep that you can actually go up inside). We had lunch there and then a leisurely drive through the city before heading ...
... largest city and all we did there was lunched and refuelled before carrying on along the Great Pacific Highway to Shell Harbour. Garry had decided to make the drive even more fun by playing Christmas songs which we had a good sing along to but it felt weird singing about snow whilst my arm burnt through the window.
As we drove to Shell Harbour we were surrounded by water with the ocean on our left and Lake Illawarra on our right. Unfortunately there was no where to ...