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... with minutes to spare. Hot, sweaty and in desperate need of water. I recovered my breath just in time for the free tour though. Winning! The hospital was set up by a local couple and is funded by donations and grants. Unfortunately there's no government funding which makes it difficult as they can only help so many koalas at a time. The tour was great though and really informative and we got to see the injured koalas being fed. Due to the severity of their injuries a number of the ...
... with the camper on the back. Eventually finding one, we headed off on foot to reach the Eastern most tip of mainland Australia. The walk was spectacular, through the flowing hills and bushland surrounding Byron Bay, there were heaps of people there though so it wasn’t too private a walk. There were whales out in the ocean that you could see blowing their water spouts occasionally. It was ...
... discovered a couple of musical instruments at the park too which is new!
Back at the farm, Dad said something about weight distribution and spent a little while emptying and re-packing the trailer. He seemed to enjoy it very much. Not sure why, I hate packing up my toys!
After dinner I got a haircut from Nanna and then had a bath and a story before bed.
Looking forward to Ballina tomorrow and my first night in our trailer tent. See you soon!
... a nice place and particularly down by the river. From Taree it was on to Port Macquarie, where we made it at about 1pm, having lunch and then a swim at Town Beach. The kids loved it, as they finally got to have a swim and play in the ocean, the Pacific Ocean! After our swim we checked into the caravan park just to get booked in and get our bearings. We had a dip in the park pool (with a loopy slide, thank you) to shake off some of the sand from the beach, then headed back down to ...
... up during the night. Stronger gusts from 03:30 to 05:30hrs. Thank goodness for the anti flappers on the awning. Everything stayed in place.
A morning walk along the Breakwall to Town Beach onto Oxley Beach. Along the way we stopped at Signal Hill Lookout. We saw some whales again. But way to far out for a good photo. The next stop was at the Windmill Hill Lookout. Another great view of some of the local beaches.
Our traveling companions turned up. It's been a ...