Merimbula Beach Apartments
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... I had to learn about that for my geography 'O' level). There were flags representing all the countries who helped build it. A mosaic time walk showing the snowy mountains evolving, and a monument to Banjo Patterson the famous 'man from Snowy River.' He's the one who wrote 'Waltzing Matilda'. We have bought some books as well as a tea towel, so plenty to show you all when we get home.
We drove down from the plateau through more ...
... else’s site. There are quite a few other grey nomads in residence as well as a number of others in the scattered cabins within the park.
During the afternoon it was good to stretch our legs on a walk along the boardwalk that skirts Lake Curalo. We walked through to Aslings Beach and then trekked our way through soft sands as the waves of the Pacific Ocean rolled in and the skies darkened.
Early in the evening, enjoying a glass of wine ...
... back to camp for that whilst Steve enjoyed a walk to himself on an aboriginal interpretive trail which went along the inlet and to the ocean. When he got back he braved the water with the kids. The pool was heated - they use that term loosely down here.
That night we had booked the café/bar for dinner as they had a muso playing. The food was very average (stewed beef, watery sauce on packet pasta) but the atmosphere and music were great. One guy was on ...
... an Octopus that was able to unscrew a jar to find it's feed and a crab crawling with it's shell. We decided not to have lunch here, but went further to Pambula, where we bought take away and enjoyed lunch by the beach. Pambula seemed more of an historic town than Merimbula, but we decided we'd head onto Eden for a couple of nights. We settled at the Heritage House ...
... wharf, which is a popular fishing spot.On to Merimbula, not many kilometres between these sea side towns.Purchased some fresh oysters and did the Kilpatrick entree.
Eden is a big fishing town and the wharf has many trawlers, some converted tugs. Just out of Eden we see a sign to Quaratine Bay,(must have a history, but we could not see any signs). ...