Pacific Marina Luxury Apartments
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... rest of the night. Today Shazz and Steve took us on a walk through a rainforest to a waterfall, followed by a BBQ with some of their friends. It was a lovely morning and afternoon, despite having to fight off the gross leeches that were constantly stuck to our shoes! This evening we went to the Hooey Mooey, a popular pub with live music and a crowded dance floor full of locals. We had a really fun time, so much so that Shazz and ...
Had our third night in this beautiful National Park. Arrived here later in the day as we spent most of the day on the riverside at a place called Lawrence. We had a swim in the river and just enjoyed some time together before heading to Station Creek Campground. Battery of the camera was flat so got ...
... about their age that they could hang out with. We spent 2 hours there just hanging out in the butterfly house looking at them all flying around.
The next stop was the Honey Place at Urunga. This place was a bit weird. A big "hive" as a doorway to get you inside, but nothing really there except taste testing of the various types of honey. So that is what we did, bought the ones we ...
From there we continued into Coffs Harbour, a big busy metropolis at one end, and a holiday resort mecca at the other. But more on Coffs in the next entry.
Back in Port Stephens on the cruise, our captain was Yves, a lovely french architect who came to Aus in 1981 as a young tourist, and met his wife who is from Germany. He went back, but he did not like to live in Germany, and she felt the same about France, so ...
... Scottish origins and the pole painting came about with the arrival of the Olympic torch in 2000, when originally only a few poles were painted, however the community liked it so much that it continued and now over 200 poles are painted and include Scottish clan names.My bus arrived at Coffs Harbour on time - apparently a very rare occurrence! I was expecting someone from my hostel to be there to meet me as they offer a free pick-up ...