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Next stop was Nicholson just down the road where we spent 2 nights with cousins Brett and Ali who treated us with a tour around the district. Thanks for the taste of farm life including the girls (4 chooks) and a herd of photogenic alpacas.
... and waterpark. We decided to try out the indoor pool as it was raining very heavily. Samuel just loved being in the water and practicing his independent swimming - very proud of him as he swam 2-3 metres by himself. Benjamin kicked his legs, splashed his arms and tried very hard to wriggle free of my hands! Lots of smiles all round. And yes, I got fully in today!
We all enjoyed watching the kangaroos feed on the grass ...
... a quick stop for James to grab a pie (for breakfast) we headed to the ferry terminal to get the free ferry over to Raymond Island. We had been told the small island was resident to over 300 koalas which we could follow on a short walking trail. The ferry was only a 5 minute crossing but gave beautiful views down the lake.
Once across we set off on the trail in search of koalas. The road started off down normal residential roads and we were ...
... search of the best swell and found that we had to head to Merimbula beach, which is about a 10 minute drive away (compared to the 2 minute walk away that Pambula beach is!) We all got kitted out in our wetsuits and headed for the water, I decided that surfing maybe wasn't for me and stuck with the boogy boarding. Douglas however tried incessantly for at least 2 hours to master the skill that Jack particularly, made look so easy. He made really ...
Set out at 6am to arrive at 2pm. Set up camp with some lovely views of a small river that enters the sea along the side of the van park. Soo and Greg arrived the next day and set up in their beach frontage site they've used the past 4 years. We had some great days visiting Merribula, Pamula and Eden. Greg cooked a great roast in his glass oven and Brian joined him on a fishing charter. The fish weren't biting but they had a good ...