Clyde View Holiday Park
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- Swimming pool
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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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Travel Blogs from Batemans Bay
Must say felt good to get some sleep. Decided to try to get to the bike shop for around 8:30 to pick up me steed. I had picked the hotel I was at because it wasn't too far from the bike shop. So I woke up about 6 and lollygagged about and tried to figure out how to pack things again. So far I'm pretty happy I do not have too much stuff so far. So I got me bike gear on and managed to put my smaller suitcase in the larger one and fill it with ...
... from early evening late into the night.
Our hosts Peter and his wife Padma are lovely people. Peter is originally from Hamburg he emigrated to Australia on his own aged 19 in 1965. We have been spoilt here with Padma serving up a number of food treats, while Peter has been just a perfect host.
Apart from a visit to the town of Batemans Bay we have been quite lazy here taking the opportunity to make use of the the extensive grounds and river ...
... Mallacoota every February (after the Christmas school holidays of course) and they invited me to join them.
Before packing up the next morning to head further south I noticed a white bellied sea eagle on the dead branch of a tree in the Eurobodalla National Park, on the other side of the creek. They are magnificent birds and it sat there, seemingly not moving a muscle, for ages while surveying his domain for rodents and other quarry.
... route, now a walking track only, dating back to the time of coastal steamers. Finding Misty Mtn Rd from its other end however, proved a greater than expected challenge!
The fish lunch at the Bay had been excellent, setting me up nicely for adventures to follow.
It was fortunate that my friends left me the free Cartoscope map of Euroboballa. It was just the right scale to get me started on the awkward task of accessing ...
... I saw my first kookaburras and Rosellas. On the way back to the house we stopped to pick up some lunch and got some fresh juices. Mine was a blood booster, which had beetroot, ginger, carrot and apple. Ayesha wasn't so impressed with my juice as she was with her Mum's tropical one with pineapple! We all had a pretty lazy afternoon and I watched some of the Australian Open which is currently being held in Melbourne. Late afternoon Nao drove us to Merry ...