The Oasis Resort & Treetop Houses
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- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids pool
- Heated pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... setup as the camping site is pretty empty, we park up on a plot just around the corner from Roland and Julies' cabin and get some washing on while we eat.
Day 2 we're up early to make the most of the glorious weather - we head to town and browse the local shops, then it's off to the beach and the long walk to the lighthouse. We walk along the sand to Clarke beach where we stop at a lovely lookout point and ...
Sunday 4th May (Week 9)
First port of call GC? NO we bypassed it. We went before when Lizzie was with us and we didn't;t really want to go again. It's too loud and dare I say 'trashy".
We were looking forward to seeing South of the GC and what it had to offer. It didn't disappoint! Coolangatta, Cabarita, Cudgera, Hastings Point, Burleigh Heads and Tweed Heads all beautiful. ...
... had some how booked into the wrong caravan park and had to drive back to Byron through crazy holiday traffic! Finally set up ...
... and selling homemade jams and stuff.
The following day was something we were really looking forward (well, Chris more than me)... We were having a surf lesson! I was a bit dubious as I don't really like getting salt water in my eyes and I'm not exactly that sporty or coordinated. Chris was a natural and was up catching waves in no time! It took me a bit longer but eventually with lots of perseverance I got it too! As I was paddling out, a really colourful butterfly flew ...
... I eventually got the airport shuttle to my accommodation at Elphin Villas having met a lovely postman who is cycling around Tassie on a postman's bike for the next 10 days! Having checked in I walked into town and along the waterfront. There is a really nice atmosphere here, I feel very comfortable. I had beer battered pink ling and chips for supper, sitting waterside and washed it down with a glass of Tasmanian Pinot Gris, very nice! Here starts my two week tour if ...