Eagle Heights Holiday Units

12 Yule St, Eden, New South Wales, 2551, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 12 Yule St, Eden, is near Killer Whale Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Eden

    Slow down holiday!

    A travel blog entry by vickiandpaul on Aug 10, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... into Reception to organize this deal and comes out with a smirk on his face. Apparently their good deal was also for 7 night stays only, but he did some serious grovelling, and we got the discount for our 1 night stay! Well done Paul! Enjoyed watching The Anzac Girls on ABC tonight and then went to bed to read. I figured out I have read about 13 books while on this holiday - 4 paper ones and 9 Kindle books. Not ...

    Crossing the border into NSW

    A travel blog entry by egans on Apr 24, 2014

    9 photos

    ... with some cooking string, to keep in all the moisture - a bit hard to explain how but google should be able to tell/show you.

    Now in the camp oven place the chook on a trivet and pour the bottle of beer into the base. It’s ready to go on the fire now but every 20-30 minutes it needs a bit of TLC. When checking it baste it by spooning over the beer. If the beer has reduced a bit you can add more beer or a bit of water.

    When there is about an 45 mins to ...

    Disappointing - but not a Disaster

    A travel blog entry by the_todds_tour on Mar 04, 2014

    9 photos

    ... again with the intention of
    going to Merimbula to buy some oysters from a farm/outlet we spotted on a
    previous drive. Along the way we
    detoured through the northern area of the National Park to an area called the
    Pinnacles – a rocky formation of red and white cliffs. The Pinnacles date back 65 million years when
    soft white sands were capped by red clay forming the stunning cliffs of
    today. The walking track to the sea and

    Return to Eden

    A travel blog entry by red_gamer on Jan 22, 2014

    5 photos

    ... of a old man's retirement village. There was a load of houses and apartments for sale and lots of hotel vacancies. Not sure how popular it is anymore - definitely doesn't seem like a decent holiday investment, but the weather and the beaches and the vast tracts of national parks make it a great place to relax. Nobody from NSW bothers to travel south for their holidays, so it's rarely too busy. I can see why people who holiday in Eden stay in Eden. I remember a couple ...

    Dolphins at Durras Beach

    A travel blog entry by saskiarutz on Nov 14, 2013

    9 photos

    ... ll be this lucky.

    At the beach, it’s just wonderful. We are the only human beings there this morning. Besides us, only a million other little creatures such as fish, sea shells, annoying flies, crayfish and many more. We spot a dead one at the rocks near the south end of Durras Beach. The kids are happy to touch it and show it to the camera, "mummy, please make a card so I can show this in kindergarden". Ofcourse Liam.

    Then Kajsa spots a living crayfish which ...