Scamander Beach Resort
Travel Blogs from Scamander
went to the axeman's hall of fame for the day and back to great lakes were we caught up this time with Billy who we have been following around here.
Headed up to the Tamar and went to Beaconsfield mine then stayed at Port Sorrell for two nights full of wombats
back to bay of fires again with Tracy and russell again now before he head back to the mainland on sunday.
... water is crystal clear and very inviting, some other people had just got out, but no too cold for me.
Camping here is walk in and we can not as no other tent so we stop at Lagoons beach for the night . Another mistake as two bus loads of kids about 12 yo turns up and camp beside us. We did get part of the day quiet as they left to go with there boards to a safer beach, but no camping there. We do try to find a place to swim but there is ...
... a reading test. Saffi has listened to her intro from her teacher and done some literacy from the Big Rain Coming unit of work. Simon is loving the surf at the Jayco door. Freezing though. Saffi has now gone for a surf break In between school ...
... the many campsites along the shore before settling in one of them. There were big boulders with characteristic orange lichen to clamber over. The wind was too cold to entice us to swim though we managed to walk along the beach after dinner. Very coarse sand made it a different ...
... relentless and when we asked at the Tourist Information for recommendations for where to stay, she suggested St Helens. After driving a 45 minute circuit along previously driven roads, we decided her advice was justified and selected a Big 4 Budget Cabin back in St Helens for the night, it was a whole world of beige in a tin! The rain never stopped but we were dry and happy. We wondered if we were going to have to change our plan to drive the 4 hours to Cradle ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking