Riverside Holiday Apartments

Address: 35 Fawcett Street, Ballina, New South Wales, 2478, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 35 Fawcett Street, Ballina.
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    Travel Blogs from Ballina

    Ballina to South West Rocks

    A travel blog entry by kathyconnors on May 07, 2015

    Ballina to Southwest Rocks We drove 201 miles through farmlands, flatlands, some hills and past several wide rivers. Some rivers here are very muddy looking! Others wide, deep and beautiful. There were many eucalyptus trees and forests with road side warnings for koala bears and kangaroos. I keep looking for the wild koala bear! Knowing they sleep 20 hours a day makes it unlikely. We stopped ...

    Yum, cookies. Oh wait

    A travel blog entry by vikkihiggins on Dec 01, 2014

    7 photos

    ... but whatever, in this case I wasn't judging. Maybe I was jealous..maybe that combined with the pie I ate on my way home. Who knows. We visited Wet 'n' Wild, Sea World and Movie World too! I forgot I was a backpacker for a second as it was like being at Disney! Wet 'n' Wild was a bit of a disappointment because it started spitting so they shut down all the rides. In England, even if it was torrential rain we'd be all "crack on, ...

    Ballinas Big Prawn !

    A travel blog entry by olssonoztour on Oct 17, 2014

    11 photos

    ... right underneath it. So a couple of happy snaps and we moved on.

    Ballina is a major centre because it is where the Richmond Rivers mouth is. Kyogle, where we were a couple of days ago, is the head of the Richmond River, so we have been following it down. Red Cedar, sugarcane, and pretty much everything that the Richmond Valley has /does produce has come down the ...

    Hervey Bay & The World Cup

    A travel blog entry by hlow11 on Jun 17, 2014

    ... day on our way back to USC we stopped in the town next to Hervey Bay, Maryborough. I didn't know this before but our "tour guide" Kieran told Lovisa and I that the writer of Mary Poppins was originally from Maryborough before she moved to England. Even though ...

    Back to Byron Beach

    A travel blog entry by dgaede on Jun 06, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... things I really like about Australian beach zoning - there is always a park in front of access to the beach.

    It was a little chilly to plunge into the waves, so we went for a long stroll instead - yes, we walked almost the whole length of this large bay. At the southern end we came back to the path that leads into town, and we picked up a dozen raw oysters. Cool thing to do in Byron (Tip #5) - buy oysters and a bottle of C******nay and head up to the ...