Smugglers on the Beach
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Getting closer to Sydney!
Though this would be a good stop off before heading to Sydney.
Drove to Byron Bay, it was an option to stay here unfortunately because of schoolies we decided against it, however it didn't stop us stopping for coffee and a wander. We also went round to the viewpoint from Cape Byron, such good views especially …
... across from us who were waiting for it before they move in. It arrived in two halves on trucks and it was interesting to see how they put into position - all done within about an hour.
Saturday December 13 - packed up and headed to our Coffs Harbour house sit - we wanted to be off the road over Christmas (too many travelling tourists). We met Ursula and Jim at their beach house at Sapphire Beach before going ...
... stay with us for a couple of days. We were also keen to check on the progress of the plover family - baby had grown nearly as big as the parents in the weeks since we had seen them. We were not so pleased with the abundance of midgees who had taken up residence there. Poor old Kiernan got eaten alive. Now we know why we are heading south for the summer.
We took the opportunity while ...
... an Ironman) and is terribly excited to see the world beyond the greater triangle of Holbrook, whilst Jac hasn't done a big trip since her gap year in 2001 to the UK and Europe. The start of our worldwide shena****ns, like all good holidays, will commence with the 'Triceratops' doing an Ironman and Ultra ...
... trip up the inlet and estuary. The water was crystal clear, but a little coolish. After the first kilometre we were in the estuary which was about 100 metres across, but narrowed to about 20 metres by the time we decided to turn around about 3klm later. It was picturesque, serene and during the morning we saw only one couple in a small boat fishing at the estuary mouth.
Fishing? Well, in NSW you require ...