Grandeur Holiday Units

Address: 4 Ocean Drive, Merimbula, New South Wales, 2548, Australia | Condo
 
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This condo is located on 4 Ocean Drive, Merimbula.
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Travel Blogs from Merimbula

We are across the border !!!!

A travel blog entry by rascals on Feb 14, 2014

6 comments, 15 photos

... area with many waterfalls, lookouts, blowholes , lush country side and an amazing coast line. The rain forest is world renouned and holds 75%of the ferns in NSW.
We also had some amazing sunrises an sunsets and lots and lots and lots of walking. Jan and Glenn continue to head North and we headed west to the Blue Mountains with a vert bad weather forecast BUT we just took a chance we didn't want to miss it …………..





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Not quite the garden of

A travel blog entry by kendricks on Oct 28, 2013

10 photos

... used for whale spotting.

We had morning tea at the wharf area of Eden and then returned to the van for lunch and the inevitable chores such as laundry, car washing and toy rationalisation. We are all very much looking forward to our next stop although the cold weather is making us a bit reluctant to continue our journey south. Di bought a couple of kilos of local mussels at the wharf and dinner was chilli mussels locked up inside against the ...

Day 4 exploring

A travel blog entry by laura.luca12 on Feb 11, 2013

7 photos

... our way to the infamous Merimbula...Laura drove, Carly sang & Fabrizia twitched nervously (Highway driving isn't my forte). Merimbula...what a charming little coastal town! After a little shopping and some dietary advice from the friendly health food store lady, we encountered a fork in the road..... hippy healing shop to the right, home made chocolate city to the left?? Guess who went where??? Now we are ...

Garden, er.. Beach, of Eden

A travel blog entry by mchawkrighttrip on Jan 04, 2013

12 photos

Once mum finally got me out of bed, dressed and fed, she let me pick a random beach to go to. I looked through the tourist pamphlets and chose Guerilla Bay for it's "ancient setting", “sheltered beach” and because it encouraged visitors to “explore the rock pools and caves”. When we parked and got our stuff out onto the beach we were really happy with the beach. It was so different from the busy popular surfing spots of Manly ...

Dreaming

A travel blog entry by ozfoggin on Nov 09, 2011

5 photos

... and stayed at our most basic amenity yet, in the Murramarrang National park. This was a beautiful, state run forest sitting on the coast. We parked amongst the trees in the camper van spaces with the beach to one side and the fire pits to the other. However space being available out here, neither were close enough to bother us. Toilet facilities were basic and showers non existent, although there was a metal tub that may have sent brackish cold water through its ...