Ferndahl Mountain Inn

Address: 439 Mt Browne Rd, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, 2450, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 439 Mt Browne Rd, Coffs Harbour.
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Travel Blogs from Coffs Harbour

Byron Bay to Coffs Harbour

A travel blog entry by dianeandjohn on Mar 04, 2015

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... out this was the same one Rhian and Rachael camped at - they loved it so much they stayed a month. Byron Bay is quite hippyish and there are lovely shops, cafes and bars. John, being the dude that he is, wanted to try surfing. Never too old! So off we go to the surf shop to hire a board then straight to the beach. He didn't get to stand up but had fun trying. I managed to 'ride a wave' lying on the board. Ok it's ...


A travel blog entry by scoey on Dec 14, 2014

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... Broken Head, Bangalow and Coorabel. Lots of road works for the new highway going on.

Wednesday November 26 - into Tweed Heads but only got as far as Tweed Heads South - too much bloody traffic and shops and people. Did our Christmas shopping and back to camp via Ocean Shores and Brunswick Heads.

Thursday November 27 - day trip to Minyon Falls (very nice) and Nimbin. Had a walk around and pizza for ...

The Waterfall Way...

A travel blog entry by dinanna on Sep 21, 2014

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... windscreen was fitted successfully this morning whilst we browsed the local shops. It was good to head out of busy Coffs with all its traffic lights and backtrack east to Bellingen, or Bello as the locals call it. This peaceful country town on the banks of the Bellinger River showcases wide verandas and shop awnings with intricate metal lacework that hawk back to yesteryear. Alfresco dining galore and lots of quirky shops, I enjoyed a wonderful stroll up and down the ...

Leaving Gumbayngirr

A travel blog entry by thegordonfamily on Apr 04, 2014

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We finally drove away from Sunrise Drive and spent our first
‘night on the road’ a few streets away in Sawtell. Wrapped in the beautiful
company of precious friends….our family. Parked outside Kaz and Iains and only
a few metres down the road from Amanda and Bell we extended the farewells out
for as long as physically possible with one last Gypsie Soiree on the front lawn
on carpets and sheep skin rugs, romantically lit with a ...

River Deep Mountain High

A travel blog entry by jandjsgrandtour on Mar 25, 2014

3 comments, 27 photos

... to nose in the middle of the night in a somewhat confrontational position. We sleep badly and decide to sleep separately until Sydney.

This gives us two sleeping options. Option A is the sleeping pod above the driving cabin, but this is really our loft space containing two large and two small suitcases, spare bedding and other storage matter. So in addition to the precarious use of a ladder to go to the loo in the night, and the fact that there is ...