Palms Oasis Motel Taree

1 Pacific Highway, Taree, New South Wales, 2426, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1 Pacific Highway, Taree.
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Travel Blogs from Taree

East Coast, Aus

A travel blog entry by valriley on Mar 11, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... to Terry and Paula for inviting us for a couple of nights and meeting Casper the border collie who is adorable. Friday we headed for Coffs Harbour and stopped off at Port Maquarie which has a great surfers beach with huge waves, we travelled mainly along the freeway so the scenery was nothing special (certainly missing NZ's scenery). The motel owner suggested we went to the ...

Life Swap Oztralia

A travel blog entry by lyoninthewild on Jun 06, 2013

14 photos

... the children in the choir had been rescued by the charities as they had no parents due to death or being abandoned, The choir were actually amazing - great dancing and African tribal music and outfits BUT the experience overall was really random. All the locals were dancing and singing along to songs about Jesus - I had to get on my feet and get involved. It was pretty comical. I;m glad theres no video evidence hahaha. I think by mid week me and the sheep were bonding as ...

Taree, Forster, Harrington, Crowdy Bay

A travel blog entry by islandinthesun on May 31, 2013

16 photos

... were hundreds of crabs in small and large groups wandering across the mud. They didn’t seem to be doing anything other than walking around so I’m not sure what they were actually trying to achieve, but it looked cool anyway. We grabbed a couple and they were pretty tame for crabs, they had a pair of little nippers but they didn’t try and get you with them.

From there we drove through the Crowdy Bay ...

Reflections: Restless Lands of Pakistan and India

A travel blog entry by crowdywendy on Jul 22, 2012

54 photos

... on, and recollections of, the more memorable moments of our journeys through these restless, beautiful lands of the northern Indo-Pak sub-continent.


* Flying low over the Karakoram Ranges from China into northern Pakistan and then following the famous Indus River south to Islamabad. Euphoric at the sight of the 7,790 m snow clad ...

Road trip down memory lane

A travel blog entry by patches_mcgee on Jul 09, 2012

1 comment, 19 photos

... a cream bun - my dads favourite!

Next I took a drive over to Dunbogan in search of ‘Dad's First Bloody Fish Tree’, so christened for being the spot my fathers many futile fishing attempts bore fruit. I called dad to get some clarification on which one the actual tree was and I can’t say to a certainty that I identified the exact one but I was careful to look at them all to make sure I’d at least laid eyes on it.

I drove on further to ...