Comfort Inn Bayview

Address: Princess Highway, Eden, New South Wales, 2551, Australia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Princess Highway, Eden, is near Killer Whale Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Eden

Day 8 - Homeward Bound

A travel blog entry by petersentrips on Jan 06, 2015

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... continued on by passing Lake Entrance and coming out on the north side of Bainsdale, the trip took about 7 hours, we were home by 5.00pm.

We had a fantastic time, thank you Debbie and Frank for making our journey very memorable, we did a lot of laughing, walking, eating and drinking - it was a great way to spend a week.


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Up and away

A travel blog entry by ruthbeattie on Jan 06, 2015

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... the whalers. He was known to grab the line attached to the whale and help drag them in. It was noted that his teeth were worn down because of this. The killer whale pod's reward was, once the whale had been killed, they could feast on the carcass eating only the tongue and lips. The whalers of course wanted the blubber. When Old Tom died, his skeleton was displayed in the Whaling museum we visited and we could see his worn teeth, so we guess the stories may be ...

North to New South Wales...

A travel blog entry by dinanna on Sep 07, 2014

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... p.n. with power. Thursday September 11th A busy day driving in and around outer Sydney today. We had a late lunch in Ku-ring-agi Chase National Park at Mooney Mooney Point Rest Area No.138, by the boat ramp. From here we continued north on the Sydney-Newcastle Freeway till Calga, where we veered northwest through the delightful eclectic town of Wollombi to Cessnock and our camp for the night at Cessnock Showgrounds, No.214, $20 with power. Friday September 12th Time to checkout ...

Day trip to Eden

A travel blog entry by farquhar on Jun 06, 2014

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We drove about 15 mins south today to Eden and it's surrounds. The bay there is called Twofold Bay and is massive. It's the home of the Navy Wharf and one of the largest fishing fleets in NSW! It is also where the first shore-based whaling station was established on mainland Australia. We spotted a pod of dolphins swimming by and Humpback whales can be seen in the bay between September & November each year. We ate amazingly fresh ...

Weekend at sea

A travel blog entry by gypsyfeet on Mar 24, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... went down great as the audience waved their hands along to us. My inner showman came out again.. C'mon every one.. Sweeeeet Caroline , good times never felt so good, day dah dah...

After that high we spent a large chunk of the rest of the night sitting in the atrium watching the resident guitar playing all the classics he new. They were never ending. He went two hours without a break. I got him to do a Johnny Cash tune, and Pete tried to get ...