Bannisters Point Lodge

Address: 191 Mitchell Parade, Mollymook, New South Wales, 2539, Australia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 191 Mitchell Parade, Mollymook.
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      Travel Blogs from Mollymook

      Day 8 - a day of contrasts

      A travel blog entry by lindaloo84 on Apr 20, 2014

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      Canberra to Sydney via Hungry Jacks (burger king) and Rick Steins restaurant, Bannisters.

      An incredible day - we left Canberra at 8am in 7 degrees, really cold. Found our way out of Canberra very easily, and stopped for breakfast - and the free high speed wifi at the equivalent of Burger King once we were on the right road. A lovely drive …

      Travel down Clyde Mountain to Batmans Bay

      A travel blog entry by hendos on May 23, 2014

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      We left Canberra and travelled down the Kings Highway towards Ulladulla. It was really windy and beautiful views of the forrest with tall timbers.

      We got to Long Beach/Batemans Bay and Mia ate some sand! She loved it. She was sitting on the beach all by herself. Then she found some kangaroo poo and ...

      Jervis to Beagle Bay and on to Eden

      A travel blog entry by davidp.sara on May 17, 2014

      5 photos

      ... is so clear. Maloney's beach, Northcote and Longs all with kangaroos everywhere. Bateman's is a small nice town with a lovely outlook onto the bay. Went to the Sunday markets but not much here that takes our fancy. A few more bays were visited further south all with their own appeal. We had lunch and a walk on Casey's beach. David had another snorkel and I watched from a distance and explored some rocks. He came out saying he had seen heaps of fish, swam ...

      Attack of the Kookaburras

      A travel blog entry by smeelog on Mar 05, 2014

      11 photos

      ... a flock of, technicoloured hand-gliders taking to the air; and taken a child-like pleasure waiting for the whooOOooph of the Kiama Blowhole.

      Historic harbours and Homesteads

      Campervan aside, I am in seventh heaven. David is hanging in there. We've stopped and pottered around three picturesque townships, all sporting parades of heritage listed cafes, galleries and antique stores. At least, ...

      North Head Campground

      A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley on Oct 25, 2013

      3 comments, 60 photos

      ... second day here! We had breakfast, made an alteration to our van (Velcro screen on the front windows so we could have the windows open without bugs getting in) and took a hike. There was a beautiful lookout a short way from the campsite. We continued to Honeysuckle Bay, a beautiful, and more rocky, beach. We stayed awhile before turning around a hiking back. It's after lunch and we're both writing in our respective journals. We'll go to the ...