Clyde View Holiday Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsClyde View Holiday Park Batemans Bay
The lady that checked me in was lovely and very friendly whilst I stayed for 2 nights. The park and amenities are clean and nice right on the beach front and walk across the road to shops. I would recommend. They have lots of cabins but I was on a powered van site.
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Ellenlouise stayed here on Mar 12, 2014 during their trip titled: Ellen's trip North.
... track (loose surface) _ _ _ being practically indistinguishable from 4WD tracks - - -. This led me into a situation which might have had tricky consequences to a vehicle with less clearance than the 2004 4WD Ford Courier I was driving. I took a left hand turn from Ross Ridge Rd onto Quart Pot Road, then right at Buckenboura Rd but this took me to the property 'Buckenboura' and a private property-no through road sign. Unfortunately the two ...
... in others, that despite what seems at the moment to be the **** hitting the fan, there is no need to panic. We finished off with body surfing at yet another secluded, awe inspiring beach, all to ourselves....this place would be packed to the gills had it been in San Diego. That afternoon Russ gave me the lowdown on where to head to find surf in Victoria, along the Great Ocean Road. He knew every nook and cranny of the coastline and we estimated where to be based off the ...
... up to the Lighthouse lookout for some specky views.
On the way back to Nelligen we stopped off at the Rotary Lookout which looks back over Bateman's Bay. It was a very peaceful caravan park.
Actually a very relaxing day, only traveled 116km with the van. The hook up only takes about 10 minutes now, we've become very proficient at it.
... 106 degrees....it was hot. I knew it was going to be bad when I woke up at 7am and it was already in the mid 80's. Work let us wear black t-shirts instead of chef coats, but it didn't really matter. When you're cooking over a hot stove and grill, you just sweat out all the water you're sucking down. You just can't get enough water in you and eating doesn't sound good. I made it through the day, and I now know I can make it through any heat.
One of the ...