Novotel Coffs Harbour Pacific Bay Resort
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Up early today for the drive up the coast to our next destination, Pacific Bay Resort in Coffs Harbour. We had some intention to stop here and there along the way and to seek out the smaller, ‘right by the sea’ roads. Things didn’t quite work out that way, as we realized we were facing a long drive and the lure of ‘getting …
... by national park and situated on a river estuary beside a great long sweep of pristine beach. The rocks are a magnificent deep rich red which adds an extra dimension of interest to an already wonderful scene. It is one of those casual kinds of caravan parks where the sites are large and there are plenty of trees and our nearest neighbour was far enough away for us to feel fairly private. Not only that, but we had lots of enjoyment from the local masked ...
Weird. Weird is the word to describe our day. We were woken up bright and early by our darling little friend Reve to be informed that we were wanted in the house. We dragged our lazy butts out of bed and were told we were visiting a waterfall today! Cool! Carm told us to wear pants though...okay..weird but whatever, pants were put on. Reve was dropped off at school and then we drove off to our magical waterfall hike. What a beautiful trail, luscious rainforest and gorgeous ...
Met up with friend Sandy for breakfast this morning at 8.30. Yes people, we were up and dressed at this early start, BUT we got lost in the Caravan Park! How embarrassing! This place is so big, we drove up and down streets, but couldn't find the exit! We even resorted to looking at the small map they give you when you arrive, and it looked so easy - how come we can't get out of here!!!? Eventually we did (obviously!) and we had a scrumptious breakfast of eggs, bacon, sausages, ...
... br> We then embark on a 6.6 km trail over the edge of the escarpment and down into the forest. The path is tarmaced, because otherwise it would become eroded, tricky for walking and slippery when wet, but otherwise the forest is natural and unspoilt in any way. It's cool and damp and smells of soil and rotting wood and decay. Its a fight for light in there and the vegetation has to either grow very tall, and the trees are massive, or it has to cling onto ...