Australis Diamond Beach Resort & Spa
Travel Blogs from Forster
... have seen! They even sell a side of salted green beans as fries! Hoping they make more of these around Oz highways (sorry Mich Harris)! Anyway we arrived in Forster and set up the annex in a little shower of rain-however it was still 21.5 degrees-glorious as my mum would ...
... br> 10. Buckley’s Brewery, Healesville VIC (13/1)
11. Little Creatures Brewery, Geelong VIC (16/1)
12. Port Dock Brewery Hotel, Port Adelaide VIC (27/1)
13. Goodieson’s Brewery, McLaren Vale SA (28/1)
14. Steam ...
... we would come back another day to walk all the way along the track which leads down to the beach where we had just been. We didn't ever get back there as there were other places to go.
On the second day we walked from Forster across the bridge to Tuncurry. The bridge is 1km long so it was quite a big walk. After crossing the bridge we walked along the edge of the lake to where the ocean flows into the lake. There ...
... be smoking but it wasn't today. I could though see a heat haze coming from the ground. The sandstone was a glorious colour though and it was worth the walk up. After this we hit the road to get back to near the coast. It was nearly a three hour drive to Myall Lakes where we intended to stop tonight. On the way we stopped off at a place called Raymond Terrace to do some food shopping at Coles. We got to the Myall Lakes National Park at around four. There was ...
... of 'Bush Tucker' or native food plants which are especially attractive for native Australian bees. A few months ago a native bee 'hotel' was built. Many varieties of native Australian bees work independently, building their homes in mud or wood. The bee hotel will attract these bees to come and build a home near the gardens. Most native bees are stingless, and look similar to a flying ant. The honey they produce tastes similar to a mead and is ...
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking