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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSunseeker Holiday Units Coffs Harbour
Only stayed here one night but clean spacious apartment right near the beach. All the equipment and facilities you could want and excellent value for money.
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... and due to happy hour timing, promised to fit it first thing tomorrow. We arrived at the camp, and shortly after Kellie and Cory returned from the pool with their friends Rick and Merril - lovely couple in a large caravan made by Spinnifex - so over drinks later that night we decided an appropriate name was "the mouse house". Happy hour was great despite the park being a bit offhand - the ...
... there. It was well worth it. What a beautiful historic town in the High Country. Another day and another drive, this time to Woolgoolga which is only 15 minutes from where we are staying, but finally we spotted some whales. It was only brief sightings, but exciting all the same. We've still got lots to see in this area, so will post it on my next blog from our next stop. Not sure where yet. Love to you ...
... went to a nice indian restaurant at Bellingen. We all agreed it was the most delicious curry we had ever had. All in all it was a very nice relaxing stay at the Bellinger River Caravan Park. Catching up with our friends was fun. Time to start thinking about our next trip ...
... colourful little birds chirruping amongst the foliage - darting around so fast that they proved very difficult to capture on camera.Finishing my leisurely stroll around the gardens I carried on into town. Nearly everything was shut - apparently Coffs Harbour still recognises Sundays as rest days! However I found a nice coffee shop that was open so I settled down with a cuppa and a bite to eat, and took advantage of the free WiFi to ...
... a little Pademelon (a forest wallaby) having breakfast . Next up a rainforest walk covering around 5 kilometers and due to take about 2 and half hours; however with Tim and his arthritic knees we were all a little concerned as to how long it would take. Seemingly there was nothing to worry about as Tim sped off ahead leaving Cassandra and I playing catch up the whole time. After a few stops for photos in the amazing huge trees and at the stunning waterfalls and to spot ...