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.
... was a beautiful beach in a quiet inlet and a great spot for a picnic. We had been told about a dead whale which had washed up onto a beach down a dirt track, but decided not to go and check this out. This afternoon we had decided to drive down to Mogo, a historical gold mining town. We went and visited one of the old mine sites and had a guided tour of the village they had set up there. The guide was hilarious, and when two germans joined ...
... to the yards of an afternoon. A couple of times we had to bring the calf back in the back of the car for the mum and other calf to follow us. It was exhausting. Richard ended up making up a paddock with electric fence so they couldn't go to far away. By the end of the week, she was going into the head bail most of the time, but still wasn't too happy about it. We spent the first few days helping in the garden and with the animals and then Richard decided that ...
... I saw a sign face down beside the track. Thinking it would say something like 'road impassable even to 4WD vehicles', I stopped to pick it up, meaning to prop it up so that other travelers might be warned, but it simply said 'Hunting is now allowed in this forest under licence'!!
While stopped, I heard voices not far ahead and got down to an ordinary dirt road (Bolaro Mountain Road again?) in time to see a white 4WD Nissan start ...
... River Scenic route stopping at Sampsons lookout to look at the river meeting the sea. We drove along further and stopped at Riccardos point and had a short walk down onto the beach. Then continued our journey onto the A1 Princes highway. Stopping at Eden. It was tipping with rain so we all sat in the car eating our lunch and the quickly ran into the Eden Killer Whale Museum where we spent an hour and a half having a look around, it was fascinating, unfortunately we were not ...