Diamond Island Resort
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- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Bicheno
... some fun dodging the spray and then headed back to eat a late lunch in the fish and chip shop located at the small harbor, called The Gulch. The fish had been landed that morning and we tried the blue eye travella, quite a meaty fish and deliciously fresh. Best fish so far :)) The crystal clear waters of the harbor overlooks Governor island which is a bird and marine sanctuary. The rocks at the top end of the island ...
... it was for 2 ladies from Bicheno, one had been shot along with her husband but the husband survived and the other lady heard the news at her daughters place in Bicheno and collapsed and died... really sad. we had a lovely lunch at the place and then carried onto Bicheno.
Dave was going to have a look at the motorcycle museum but when we got there it was a small shed and they only had about 60 bikes so he thought he would save his money for something else. The other thing we wanted ...
... shore, near St Helens and found ourselves an almost completely deserted silver sand beach to have our lunch. Enjoyed some sun and then had a very short paddle in ice cold water, that must be coming directly off the Antartic, before pushing on to our next motel. I can honestly say this motel might well be the best so far, for view alone. Our room overlooks the bay ...
... walk a bit in the water, but Lotte decided to splash about and wander right in...then the weather turned a bit so we took a soggy Lotte back to the car, changed her into some dry clothes and set off east.
We drove to the Bay of Fires, which was quite a windy road, and by the time we got there Marc was quite tired and hungry. So we wandered along the rocks to find a suitable picnic place and ate some lunch. It was a very pretty place but soon Lotte ...
... in Lindisfarne, with the boys taking advantage of the servo's vacuuming facilities to give Roger a good spruce up.
As Jake's parents only living about 200 metres off our Safari route we rode up Grasstree Hill Road tooting our horns, hoping they would hear us.
The inner suburban twisties of Grasstree Hill brought us out in Richmond, with time for a hot breaky. Richmond is a small colonial village with ...