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... is busting a gut to get in the waves.
Did see a lone dolphin surfing in the shore break at boomerang beach. Also saw a couple of kangaroos - our first, so all excited about that. And some amazing parroty birds and a kookaburra!
The Great Lakes all around this area are absolutely stunning. They are saltwater lakes and completely clear. The whole place is a national park - Booty Booty, so there is no development on any of the lakes, just ...
... were determined to take the tourist route. We stopped at Coffs Harbor to see the big banana. Big flop with the kids! Pushed on to Port Macquarie which was our initial destination. When we got there it was still early so we decided to push on until near dinner time. Browsed the wiki camp app and it recommended a little place called Coopernook. It's just out of Taree on the lake system. The review said that if you bought a drink or some dinner from the pub then ...
We left Sydney on what was ironically a glorious day and headed through Brighton le sands to pick up the Campervan, not knowing what to expect. The motor was a lean, mean travelling machine and drove as well as a 15 year old Toyota which had been driven 675,000 km - we named her Lou (after the Neighbours' pub landlord). Now under immense pressure, knowing that one scratch would right off his ($3000) deposit and the rest of his trip, Dave showed no sign of weakness ...
... shop, tours of the banana plantation, and a waterslide. It isn't the only big thing in Australia. The idea caught on so that there is also a Big Mushroom, a Big Ant, a Big Pinapple, a Big Beer Can, the Big Barramundi, etc. Also there was a big Ned Kelly that we saw at a later date; but that is another story. On the main street in Forster we found a butcher who sold us sausage and lamb, and a green grocer with potatoes and ...
... beach. Then we drove back to Forster and parked the car close to the bridge. From there we walked out to the other side of the entrance.
We stayed at the Lakeside Resort which is a fair way out of town. It was a really nice spot with ************e there which was surprising as it's right on the edge of Wallis Lake. We didn't get a spot right on the lake as it was an extra $5 a night. We were one row back from the ...
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