Pacific Palms Resort
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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We departed the relative bustle of Sydney's Northern beaches and headed for Smiths Lake in the Myall Lakes National Park. Stopped in the sleepy town of Bulahdelah for supplies and then tried to find the campsite using GPS, only to wind up on a steep dirt track to nowhere. Managed to turn the trailer around without damaging anything and subsequently found the campsite about 3km away. Clearly the military are playing ...
It was very windy last night, and I could have done without the van rocking me to sleep! I did wonder if the wind had pushed us down the driveway a bit!!! We sadly left the Port Macquarie Caravan Site, aka Petr and Brenda's, around 10.30 this morning. Before we hit the road, Paul just had to pop into a Telstra store to sort out a few concerns - shouldn't take long he said! We eventually left the Shopping Centre where the Telstra store ...
... in front & the odd school of fish swimming by. With soft white sand, aqua blue water and pure silence but the waves crashing on the shore it was the most peaceful beach we had come across this far! On the drive home we caught the sun setting over Wallis ...
... some sightseeing. We travelled about forty K's down to Seal Rocks. After walking on the beach and watching the dolphins surf the waves while chasing fish we watched a fisherman reel in a good size salmon only to let it go.
From there to Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse with beautiful views. Lynne found a part of the wall around the lighthouse that had only just been painted and without a sign to warn she ended up with white paint on her and her clothes. Dave ...
... Fully Pimped" with all the bell's and whistles! Pam who is marketing her "Fishing T Shirts" via www.madcow-company.com was in her element taking her kayak out EVERYDAY!
We caught lots of fish, although not massive but enough for a feed. We met an amazing fisherman which Pam dubbed "The Flattie King" and got lots of fishing tips from him.
We have vowed to return here on our return journey back to ...