Sunseeker Holiday Units
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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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From Armidale we were aiming to go along the 'Waterfall Way ', Hwy 78 and called at the Tourist Information office. They had little information and no maps on this famous area, so we set off to look for waterfalls. The road was now lined with more trees and there were many hills. After 35 Km we suddenly passed a sign showing the turn off to 'Brook …
... Surfers for myself as I've heard mixed reviews, and then we all know how much I love Brissie. One bus run closer to finishing and I had 2 to pick up, and 2 to drop off for the 10:50pm bus to Sydney. Friday 16th, my final TGIF here in Coffs, began with dropping 3 weary backpackers off at the bus stop, bound for Byron Bay most likely. Next on the to-do list was another Skype session with another bestie. This time my adopted little sis Olivia was the one on the other end of ...
... had dried up. Walked to the library but got it done at shop that did photocopying and sold home brew. Stopped for dinner at a rest area along the way. It would have been a great place to stay but it had signs saying "No camping penalties apply" and we wanted to be further south. We stopped at the Ayers Rock roadhouse for the night. It is right beside the Pacific ...
... I was defeated on the black ball! Story of my life lately haha!! In a reversal of last night, I dropped off the same 5 people I picked up yesterday, and picked 1 up. There was nobody for the early bus this Friday (21st) so instead I dropped off Kate at the train station at 6am. Kate, who is from Woking back home, is hoping to get the full time job here when Kay leaves soon. I have a new (temporary) breakkie buddy, in the form of lovely Laura. She may not sing Shania ...
... an hour, giving yourself chronic back pain, just to pick blueberries... I earned $39 on my first day! I'd never pick mango's again but at least I earned good money there! The only saving grace was that I was offered a 'work for accommodation' job here at the hostel, doing the mini bus pick-up for the coach services that run along the east coast. Bad news is that it involves a 'run' at 5am and 10:30pm every day if there are people booked on them! Good news is ...