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... of these amazing animals in the wild, watching until the pod had split into two and moved on.
On our way down towards the beach, Ben (Holland) spotted a Brush Turkey rummaging in the undergrowth and Sam drew our attention to a Wallaby, a few feet into the bush, quite unfazed by its audience. A woman walking by came up to find out what it was that we were all gazing at. She was underwhelmed when she found out that it was only a Wallaby.
Also visible from the cliffs were a ...
... That just topped everything off, in the morning we were out of there. We tried to catch it, but I was too scared to get to near it in case it flew at me. So we slept with the sheet over and wrapped around our bodies, like a mummy – I did not want to wake up with anything crawling over me!
In the morning we were out of there, we were meant to stay for 4 nights there, but we lied and ...
... journey to Coffs Harbour.
The big banana isn't as big as I remember, maybe it's a lady finger banana?
Coffs Harbour has more great surf beaches with stunning breaks and blue skies that seem endless. The best views in town are from the walk to the lookout above the marina.
Further down the coast we called into Nambucca Heads before our over night stop at Port Macquarie
... list and then swiftly ticking them off. Whilst in Byron I went on a snorkelling trip out to an area called Julian Rocks, which is one of the best places in the area to see amazing sea creatures, and above all sea turtles. After a rocky boat trip over to the snorkelling area, I was feeling incredibly seasick. Seasickness is not something that normally affects me, but this was one choppy ocean and I could not wait to jump off that boat and get into the water. Concentrating hard ...
... celebrates the career, life and legacy of Margaret Olley – Australia’s most celebrated painter of still life and interiors. Central to the Margaret Olley Art Centre is the recreation of areas of Olley’s famous home studio, principally the Hat Factory and the Yellow Room. Annette accompanied us on this visit and we were all just absolutely amazed at the feat of transferring the interior of her home to the ...