Diamond Island Resort
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... around the corner to Oyster Bay, all lovely. Getting back at the car we saw a wallaby and her joey in the car park,which, was fab. Next stop was the wineglass car park and saw another wallaby and a tiny joey busy washing each other, ahhhh. Stopped at Ric*******’s Bay that was strewn with oyster shells and did some beach combing for the perfect soap dish!!! Headed back to our cabin for drinks and crisps on the balcony.
Saturday 15th ...
... a tree fell across his gate. Instead of cutting it up for firewood he carved the Big Thumb. They say, that was his sense of humour.
We headed up to Bridport known for the Barndougle Dunes and Barndougle Lost Farm Golf courses. Barndougles is ranked in the top 50 golf courses in the world. The Lost Farm has a beautiful restaurant with magnificent views over the golf course and Bass ...
... at a nice seafood restaurant at Binalong Bay. After the mandatory photo shoot at Mt Pearson turn off we motored down to St Mary's to look at the never to be found Quilt Galley. Cutting our losses we drove to Bicheno where we had the night in a sea front unit at the Best Western.
A walk around the coastline at the wild sea and the blow holes, observing a fishing boat which had broke its moorings and ended up on the beach, to be refloated on the incoming tide the next morning ...
... create the point.
As we drove down the Main Street looking for the Caltex Petrol station we had heard was here, we passed houses and cafés, then the hospital and right on the outskirts, the old Railway Station with a big carpark where we parked. On the door of the Old Railway Station building is a sign 'Cranks and Tinkerers Museum of Interesting Things.' Ian Summers, the owner, had just arrived and let us in to see his amazing collection of things from ...
... Beach. This beach may not be as beautiful as Wineglass Bay, but it was even less crowded. As we walked along the beach to continue the track, it felt like we were the only people there.
As we were back on the track walking through the bush, Jason stopped suddenly - so I did as well. There was a wallaby on the path just a bit ahead of us. Unsure of what to do or if it was dangerous, we waited for the people behind us to catch up and watch what they would do. As they were ...