Carlingford Serviced Apartments

5 Tiptrees Ave, Carlingford, New South Wales, NSW 2118, Australia | 4 star condo
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This 4 star condo, located on 5 Tiptrees Ave, Carlingford, is near Koala Park Sanctuary, Wylie's Baths, Natural Wanders Sea Kayak Adventures, and Riverside Theatre.
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    Tamworth to Sydney

    A travel blog entry by lizfyfe on Jul 29, 2014

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    Left our nice cabin at 8.30am. Drove past the Big Golden Guitar on our way out of town. Through the expansive Boonoo Boonoo Plains - mostly sheep country - some cattle and some crops. Through Marrundi which seemed like a very friendly town. Name of massive cliffs on western side of Abbotsford? Through Scone which has a Horse Festival in May each year. There are horse silhouettes throughout town, and businesses have equine names ...

    The Journey Home, Our Trip Ends

    A travel blog entry by oberon on Jul 10, 2014

    Another early morning start however no snow just jolly cold. Megan helped feed some horses and continued to enjoy hanging out with friends. Megan and Lisa both enjoyed a lesson together-a bare back riding lesson. A fun lesson but a strange feeling riding with no saddle, great for working on the balance! We packed up the van for the final time and left the farm to head home via ...

    Final scores?

    A travel blog entry by cornelson8363 on Jun 30, 2014

    ... on our "sprint home", between Jabiru NT and Emerald QLD.

    We didn't camp as much as we'd hoped. Originally, we intended to camp 6 nights each week. In the end, we camped 124 out of 185 nights, mainly due to heat and humidity (Broome - Tennant Creek), rain (Byron Bay - Port Douglas) and cold (our last 3 nights before home in Coonabarabran and Mudgee).

    That said, we set up camp 77 times. This included ...


    A travel blog entry by nellchapman on Apr 27, 2014

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    We excitedly boarded the plane after saying our goodbyes to Peter and Maggie. I was sad to say goodbye to both of them as I had never been away from either of them for more than a week or so. I will miss them and Oliver of course but I am looking forward to my holiday and new experiences. The flight was long with two stop overs ( Singapore & London) but it was ok - only about two hours sleep in 24 ...

    Down Under

    A travel blog entry by paulandmaria on Apr 04, 2014

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    ... are 'always' there to not see one...we did
    though spot a stingray swimming along the rocks. We also had another
    amazing sunset whilst walking along the beach which has to be one of
    my favourite things to see whilst travelling. Walking back into the
    main shopping area it was a great atmosphere with many families still
    all out with their picnics (no just some sandwiches but full on meals
    with table cloth, wine and beer) and some great fire dancers (travel
    snob ...