Ocean Beach Resort and Holiday Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOcean Beach Resort and Holiday Park Umina Beach
The park was very expensive place to stay at $62 dollars a night for a powered caravan site. It has a great position with direct access onto the beach and a great family park with heaps for the kids to keep them occupied.
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OK so this is the last part of our trip, we are spending two days in Woy Woy so that we can find an area that we would like to live in when we move to Sydney. On Satruday we have a monster drive back home of about 1000 kms so it will be a very long day.
The drive from Crescent Head to Woy Woy is about 380 kms, so about 4 1 …
3/3/14 Today is the start of my 'Oz Intro' tour which is basically a tour of Sydney with other backpackers! It's a week long with a different activity everyday. We meet in reception in the morning and get introduced to our leader (Beth). We stand there all eyeing each other up, probably all wondering who is going to be our travel buddy. Day one ( …
We headed off just after 09:00hrs. Before moving on we went to fill the cars. It took quite a while as some fire fighters were there filling 200 litre drums and 20 litre jerry cans. Better they get their fill before us.
We headed south, but not along the Pacific Highway as we had planned. The bush fires near Swansea put a …
Friday 18th October.
We again walked for nearly an hour to the Marina at Soldiers Point and back to the park. A quick trip to the servo for fuel then we left the park at 9am to travel down the coast to Avoca Beach. Because of the bushfires still burning around Swansea on the coast we had to travel down the Pacific highway bypassing the bushfire …
... We had debated doing the bridge climb, but it cost over $200 and I wasn't sure I could even do it because of my fear of heights. We decided that the walk across probably had the same or similar views. We took our time walking across taking lots pictures and enjoying the view. We made our way back to the start of the bridge where there was a chance to go up into one of the bridges pylons for a view of the city and the bridge itself. It cost ...