Bannisters Point Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 …
... today. Poppy was suffering and needed to settle her head with sleep, whilst me & Andy went back to the office to confirm our patch & then chilled out by checking out the beach front. On our return Pop's had surfaced already with the awning out and the chairs set up and sunning herself. Once again grabbing the beach bag stuff we all trekked it back to the beach front and walked all the way to the spit head of Moona Moona Creek, which had a ...
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 ...
... with a piece of their dinner!>>>
What was I saying? Ah... We've stopped at lookouts offering views over craggy headlands and sheltered coves resting against a backdrop of fertile farm land; held our breath as we drove over a very windy cliff road, litterally canter-levered over the sea; eaten ice cream (covered in hundreds and thousands, of course) while we watched, what can only be ...
... are lorrakeets flying around here. Jen fed them with bread and honey this morning and you should have seen them swoop down. There were also bower birds and wattle birds but the lorikeets squawk and flap their wings at the other birds to send them off. They are so colourful parrots like pets and you cannot believe they are wild birds. We have been for a Chinese meal at lunch time at their club. It was reasonable and we ...