Flynns Beach Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... a drone!
Along the way to the lighthouse we heard movement in the bushes but couldn’t see what was causing them. On the way back we encountered 3 goannas. Check out the natural camouflage of this prehistoric looking creature in the photos. The magpie in the picture was flying side to side goading him but he didn’t pay it any attention at all.
Which brings to mind, I neglected to write about the lyrebirds we spotted ...
... milling town with working a bullock train, steam engines, Clydesdale horse and carriage, blacksmith shop, etc. You can get up close to everything and it's not busy or overly touristy. It's great for the kids because there is so much to see and ride on. Steam train, mini train and horse wagon tickets are included in your entry fee but no one was taking tickets so you could have had a few rides if you wanted. Last time we bought ...
... s just to cuddly to not like him <3 Today I went surfing with my brother at Flynn's beach. Was fun! And for the first time I tried out a fibre glass surfboard which is really cool :) Port Macquarie is a really beautiful town with a lot of beaches worth seeing on the way up to Cairns! Tomorrow in the afternoon Kim and I will probably head up north to Coffs Harbour... Xoxo ...
... special and one of its kind. In fact, it is the only hospital in the world and literally a "Port" for koalas. And to be honest, it isn't every day that you find yourself surrounded by Australia's cute little icon and are greeted by a most wonderful team of volunteers, doing what they love with a passion! Since Gerry seemed to be out on rescue, we kept an eye out for his brother Mick (the media guru) and soon thereafter bumped right into ...
... smaller Wine Glass Bay (for you Tassie people reading this blog). We then drove around to the old Rocks gaol which was used during World War II to house the German Immigrants who were in Australia during the war. Actually it was reminiscent of an old English castle, just a bit smaller though!
Sally, our GPS lady (or 'Shut Up Sal' as she is becoming known to us!) then tried to drive us on the Tourist Route to Port Macquarie, but as the roads were quite rough, ...