Mantra Aqua

1A Tomaree Street, Nelson Bay, New South Wales, 2315, Australia | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 1A Tomaree Street, Nelson Bay, is near Imagine Cruises, Soldiers Point Marina, Singing Bridge, and Samurai Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Nelson Bay

    HUMPBACK Whales have arrived...

    A travel blog entry by hamburgtogo on Jun 04, 2014

    5 comments, 6 photos

    ... catching, to get rid of some little animals from their skin or maybe just fun. I think we are now really at the right time at the right place and I guess when we go further up north we might see these great humpbacks again and again ;-) we can't wait... By the way Tanja and Anne, this was our whale wednesday as predicted...only some weeks delay (sorry little insider). Nevertheless this brings me back to the Tanja and Anne whom we visited in Adelaide some weeks ago and where we left ...

    Last resort

    A travel blog entry by jandjsgrandtour on Mar 26, 2014

    12 photos

    ... mostly just fins in the distance, but then closer and at one point we are treated to a swim past by a mother and baby pair, just a couple of feet from the boat, just fantastic !! Took lots of photos but they will need some cropping and enlarging before they are very clear.

    After that and a trip to an art gallery, we have to clean the van and pack before final parting from the van in Sydney. We hadn't really thought ...

    Day 4, part 1 - Stockton to Nelson Bay

    A travel blog entry by cyclist123 on Oct 24, 2013

    6 photos

    ... approached my someone who is interested in my bike, and we end up chatting a bit about what I'm up to. It's really great to keep meeting friendly people like this- I think I need to learn to drop my British standoffishness to make the most of it! My new friend Greg, a mining surveyor from Mudgee, is extolling the virtues of the shoreline. He reckons I should explore it and get a later ferry. Yeah right I think - I've got places to go! As he leaves, Greg invites me sailing for ...

    A park on the lake

    A travel blog entry by kendricks on Sep 30, 2013

    6 photos

    ... a bouncy castle which Ayla enjoyed.

    After lunch we went back to Tower and enjoyed some lovely wine and then went almost all the way back to Roberts and tasted some fantastic wine at Pepper Tree. I may have got a bit carried away at Pepper Tree – we may now have more wine in the van than when we left home in July.

    By now it was pushing 3PM so we instructed Jennifer to take us home. She got horribly confused at one point and ...

    BaseCamp with Ultimate Oz

    A travel blog entry by deborah-jayne on Sep 20, 2013

    ... is ok, but it could be any city. I wanted to see Australia! And we did! We stayed in cabins, surrounded by the bush! This backpacker campsite had a pet kangaroo called Josie, and we were just sitting on a bench and she comes bouncing round the corner! So amazing. Got a selfie with her! Ha! Wednesday night we had takeaway pizza and then a party on the beach! Ultimate Oz did a booze run for all 55 people, would of loved to have seen that shopping trolley! Everyone got massively ...