Wych Wood Forest Escape

Address: 1110 Urliup Road, Murwillumbah, New South Wales, NSW 2484, Australia | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 1110 Urliup Road, Murwillumbah, is near Ilnam Winery and Tweed River.
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Travel Blogs from Murwillumbah

Home Base

A travel blog entry by webformation on Apr 12, 2014

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... spend some days with friends in the village of Trullikon. After Switzerland we will fly to Karakow and then travel by bus to Lublin in Poland where our nephew will be married. Our flight home to Murwillumbah will be through Warsaw, Amsterdam, Bangkok and KL. We will be back at home base on Friday 1 August. The above is the BIG plan...... Is it too much? Too ...

Chill out Town

A travel blog entry by sarahemma on Mar 04, 2014

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... Thankfully one of the guys we were with had a torch with him cause the path was not lit and the walk back would have been in the pitch black... That would scare me enough in England but Christ, in Australia where everything on land and in sea can kill you, it's scary! I had no plans on the last morning so planned to just chill out. Kelly had a trip to Nimbin booked so I thought I would head to the beach. Nimbin is the marijuana town of Australia, where you can ...

Hunter to Byron via Port Macquerie & Coffs Har

A travel blog entry by birniewedding on Feb 25, 2014

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... had a quick look at the beaches and local surrounding before heading off on our mammoth 6 hour drive to Byron. We drove through newcastle, one side of which seemed pretty industrial and the other was stunning, blue sea and white beach (this becomes a theme herein!). So a quick tour and off on our 7 hour drive to Byron, the plan to be via Port Macquerie and Coffs Harbour. We had toyed with the idea of flying and bounced it about ...

A place we call home

A travel blog entry by maxandnat on Feb 09, 2014

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... On February 9th natalie bought some new goggles (after losing two pairs in her early days of surfing) and it was the clearest the sea had ever been. Beneath her swam the dolphins which she even touched one of the group of 6 that took interest in her. Max was at work and got an excitable phone call. She blew bubbles and made noises to the dolphins, which interested the dolphins even more. A typical day, now that we both work, is waking up (feeding bird ...

From a higher perspective: Byron Bay

A travel blog entry by kausper on Dec 17, 2013

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... the attraction of the town. At first you think it's just another sun drenched and tourist swamped place on the beautiful Gold Coast, with more backpackers trying to get cheaply drunk and consistently laid. Then you notice a higher than normal number of wide pants, dreadlocks (yep) and astral jewelry. And when you hit the beach right after sunset and see some middle aged hippies jamming and dancing and shouting "Ahhh! ...