Waters Edge Port Macquarie
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Today we left Coffs Harbour and headed to Port Macquarie, where it's raining! Not fair!
We had to be out of the Camp Site early this morning as our code for the boom gate was stop working at 10am. After yesterday's fiasco of getting lost in the camp, we made sure we left in plenty of time, and then found out, by accident, that our GPS actually gave us directions on how to leave the site! How amazing is that (and why didn't it help us yesterday)!!!
... had won many awards. We tried Kangaroo Teriyaki, and a seafood pie with lobster, prawn and barramundi. Yes, it tasted as good as it sounds! Check them out on redneds.com.au.
With a good brunch to tide us over, we headed for one more lookout before we left town. More amazing views. This place is absolutely gorgeous.
Headed off to the highway, and thought we would check out Taree on the way. There was a rest area just a few kms south of Taree, so we ...
... day” and it most certainly was. The guy who owned the hostel, a big tattooed Ozzy named Tony, had been around the day before and told us there were some fishing rods we could borrow. Chris had fished once or twice and I never had before but we jumped at the chance and we woke up early that day so that we could get as much fishing time in as possible. We trekked to the seafront only to find the waves were angrier than the Devils mother and after a few minutes of ...
... on the map, saw the St Thomas church, "convicts built", and then, headed for the Kooloonbung creek Natural reserve.
A lovely park, a little like my Edenbrooke park in Sinnamon Park but bigger, with also a Mangrove walk like in Coffs Harbour, lots of Eucalyptus trees (I learned that Mahogany trees also are Eucalyptus trees!) and ... the magic happened!
Among the mangrove trees, I heared that screeching sound above me, I looked, and ...
... wet nights camping. We decided to spend a bit extra and get a motel booking to ensure a dry nights sleep. Checked in and then headed into town, as we parked and started going for a walk the heavens opened so we hot footed it back to the car and went to Target to get some towels, very exciting. Then a stop at KFC for dinner and back to the motel for an early night. Courtney is very sad today as she is really missing London, school and her friends, heartbreaking. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking