Beaches International

Address: 1 - 5 Beach Street, Forster, New South Wales, 2428, Australia | Condo
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This condo is located on 1 - 5 Beach Street, Forster.
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      Mudcrab Dreams: Episode I The Crab Strikes Back

      A travel blog entry by jamessapp on Nov 23, 2014

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      ... better than his crab handling skills. It makes me wonder what dreams in my own life are truly passions and what are just wants that would be easily squashed by the turning of the world. I guess the only way to find out is to just explore all fascinations as much as possible. So cheers to exploring!!!!!! One pedal stroke at a time. P.S. I took a look at my odometer and I had done almost 1000km by the ...

      Checking out the place

      A travel blog entry by crosbywilsher on Nov 11, 2014

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      ... another surf shop at Pacific Palms. Lovely guy who confirmed that this is not longboard territory. All the youngsters here ride shortboards and wouldn't be seen dead on a longboard! He said we just wouldn't find one for Emile and then said he had a couple of old Mals at home and we could rent one off him for 10 bucks a day!! So that might be our best option.

      Favourite Aussie phrase so far " it's so damn windy here , it would blow your dog off ...

      Sydney to Booti Booti National Park

      A travel blog entry by daveandsara2014 on Aug 21, 2014

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      ... as we passed the towns of Hexham, Wallsend, Jesmond and Stockton enroute. Travelling up the motorway we soon discovered our first 'road train,' which are basically huge trucks up to 50metres in length consisting of two or three carriages. They seem to have incredible power and tear down on you at 120km per hour - Lou is very slow and as they thunder past she noticeably sways from side to side. We originally wanted to camp at a town called Port Macquarie but it was ...

      Forging on to Forster

      A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Mar 11, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... sporting a white breast while ours are entirely black. On one of our walks through a densely wooded park we heard a bird with a perfect wolf whistle. Darned if we could spot it though. Another delight was the whip bird, apparently common in Australia. The sound is an ascending whistle, almost sounding like a person calling his dog by whistling. The sound is followed with notes by the female bird. He and she were also elusive. ...

      Taree, Forster, Harrington, Crowdy Bay

      A travel blog entry by islandinthesun on May 31, 2013

      16 photos

      ... straight forward but there were a couple of quite boggy sections in the spots which receive very little sunlight due to their location. The Falls are meant to be 200m high but to my eyes they looked smaller than that. Govett’s Falls in the Blue Mountains were 180m and they looked higher than this one.

      Anyway whatever the height was it didn’t matter, it was still a hard slog down the 680 steps to the bottom of ...