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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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... bang into the metal rubbish bin and smashing the cigarette bowl and mosquito coils. Of course I was the first to attend trying to keep a serious face until I could establish the degree of injury! I also located John in the river and managed to reinstate some degree of calm!
Had a lovely dinner - keeping one eye on the river for a returning John, which didn't happen until dark. After dinner Noah, Joshua and Samuel were given ...
... ride the sky darkened and thunder began to roll in. Before we new what was happening the rain was pouring down and thunder and lightening was evident all around us. Unfortunately, all the attractions were closed for safety reasons and our plans for the afternoon were thwarted. With 3 very disappointed boys on our hands we had to quickly come up with plan B which turned out to be a visit to the local indoor play-gym called ...
... which I used for golf. The hat was to small so it perched on the Greg's head like a seagull. We found the beach deserted and walked its length stopping to inspect pebbles and detritus on the way. Back at the hotel and the festivities continued with lunch by the pool. I could get use to this sort of life. Lunch finished and now it's time for a ...
... doing here? There's nothing to see." When we mentioned the brochures, she grudgingly agreed there were a few cafes and restaurants. And the butter factory did have a few galleries for local artists. It was no longer a butter factory, and there were no cheese factories either, which was a bit disappointing. We went through town and there were a few shops selling 'op shop' merchandise at 'antique' prices. The cafes were over priced and pretentious - one ...
... the islands where we thought we saw a snake - turned out to be a lizard. Even though I'd earnt some money in Byron I was still broke, so instead of doing the white water rafting we went camel riding along the beach where we saw dolphins and my camel decided to roll in the tide like a ...