Royal Terranora Country Club
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... to eat! Although we were able to self cater, breakfast was included at the hotel so for the next 3 days we didn't have to worry about cooking or not getting enough to ear in the morning. After filling up we had decided the weather was due to pick up over the next few days so as it was a bit cloudy we drove back down the highway to Australia zoo! It's a star in the book and I didn't go last time and wanted to so off we all went Me and Charlie managed to get a student discount with ...
... and all in all enjoyed reliving my childhood. It had been a fun couple of hours.
Back in the car, Lotte passed out from all the excitement and we headed south to Byron Bay. A few phone calls around some of their caravan parks suggested it was all quite busy, and we figured we'd stop short, in Tweed Heads. This is just over the border between Queensland and New South Wales, so we moved our clocks forward an hour (NSW says yes! to daylight savings) ...
... through a glass window. There were many shows available to watch during the day and even a train that goes around the sanctuary. If you are wanting a physical challenge for the day you can go on the high ropes course which is a excellent idea for all teens and adults. There are flying foxes and wires between trees to walk along. Definitely an option that everyone should try!
Overall it was a great day and everyone enjoyed it. ...
... over my shoulder to see this little old man cutting another's hair. He would have to be well over 80 I reckon. We've nicknamed him the 'hobbit'. He seems to be quite popular with the old ***** in caravan parks who want a haircut though. He's quite cheap and strictly cash only. The salon part was a little different - there were two very much younger girls working there. I wasn't ...
... the beaches stretch up the coast line. Out to see the curvature of the earth can be seen, but unfortunately we couldn't see any whales.
Dinner for tonight consisted was a bit of a special one, for us anyway. Sushi Train. Japanese food gets made and delivered around the seated patrons on a train. We loved it all.
Well, the Gold coast has been a thrill. I'm sure we will be back in a couple of years... Once Zoe gets over her log ride phobia.
Other places to stay in Tweed Heads
129 - 131 Wharf St, Tweed Heads | 3 star hotelfrom $125