The Merimbula Lakeview Hotel

Address: 1 Market Street , Merimbula, New South Wales, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1 Market Street , Merimbula.
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Travel Blogs from Merimbula

The last hurrah!!!

A travel blog entry by kymj on Aug 12, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... I found some beautiful dresses and tops to wear, but to be honest, I've indulged just a tad too much over these last five weeks, I just could not convince myself to try anything on. So I felt happy just to look and dream....that way I wasn't confronted by my image in the change room mirror, and I wasn't wasting any money! Bonus!!! After lunch we took a drive to Short Point. What a stunning stretch of coastline. And looking ...

Single track heaven

A travel blog entry by adventuremoto on Mar 24, 2014

8 photos

... all mountain - Transition - trans am, nice again slacker head angle which encouraged more aggressive riding...both bikes were well specced and ride very well. Thanks Rik generous of you and I now know why you moved to Tathra - awesom single track, hundreds of kilometres of Forrest trails, great beach and coastline. There is a reason for green lush grass and rainforest - yes it rains here a ...

Day 110

A travel blog entry by sarahgeorgia on Dec 22, 2013

... it and because we were hungry we stopped outside a race course and I made sandwiches for lunch. Then we were attacked by a million flies that made themselves cosy in the back of the van but left out the windows once we got moving again. We kept on moving after that and came across a Woolworths and decided that because we'd not seen a supermarket in ages and we needed a couple things to go in and get em'. We then continued on and found our way into the town of Merimbula. Jay spotted ...

Crossed the Boarder

A travel blog entry by mawstrip on Apr 05, 2013

17 photos

... spotting tower used to look for whales, are all nearby.Boyd imported sandstone from Sydney to construct a lighthouse on south head. He also commissioned inns and churches, housing and store rooms, wharves and stock-yards.When Boyd's finances collapsed, the town was abandoned from the 1840's until the first renovation of the Seahorse Inn in the 1930's.In modern times, Boydtown is the smaller of the two towns in ...

Up Cool Water Creek

A travel blog entry by helentodd on Nov 15, 2012


... Snowey River meets the sea. Clear blue sea water and pale sandy dunes and pelicans and other sea birds but no people - apart from us and a fisherman or two. Following the coast we headed on to Cape Conran with more spectacular sea views. A local told us that there had been pods of whales passing by the headland over the last few days, but we didn't spot any. Further on again, we stopped at Gipsy Point and Mallacoota for lunch. Gipsy Point was amazing, all around us ...