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... and then on Friday night we enjoyed a great family dinner, with Dean, Tash & Aaron, which Mort prepared – slow roast lamb with all the trimmings, followed by a delectable pecan pie. Unfortunately I forgot to take a photo of us altogether, silly.
Saturday morning saw us over the bar again and this time heading north to Trial Bay. Expected to be a motor as no wind forecast for a few days, making it the perfect opportunity to visit Trial Bay, an ocean ...
Today was a big day for us p. We drove down to Camden Haven and did the flower bowl circuit which is a 2km loop around the headland near Pilot Beach. From here we headed to Pilot Beach where the kids had a big run up the beach and played in the sand. It was a beautiful day but way too cold in the water for swimming. On the trip home we stopped at ...
... a number of campsites along the road and the road got worse the closer to Point Plomer so we decided to turn back to an earlier campsite close to another classic long Ozzy beach. It was another perfect bush campsite just a few strides from the beach where Neil made another attempt to fish. That evening, without any fishes again, we lit the fire and spent another perfect night camping under the ...
... and we both decided it was a shame we didn't have more time to spend in Port Mac.
Then it was time to hit the road (after picking up some supplies from the supermarket) with our first stop being Nambucca Heads around lunchtime. We called into the Visitor Centre to pick up some maps and the lady in there recommended we go for lunch at the Golf Club. We were a bit dubious about this but she made it sound nice so we headed there anyway.
... stay. And it is.
Our site looked onto the river, which was lined by large rocks which had been decorated by all sorts of graffiti. It seems the local council provided a few cans of paint for anyone who was interested, and said, "Go for it." Most were basic - just names and dates, but some were quite artistic, and a few quite poignant tributes to loved ones.
The roads of Taree were squishy and squiggly and featured many ...