Salamander Beach Accommodation

196 Soldiers Point Rd , Port Stephens, New South Wales, 2317, Australia | Inn
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This inn, located on 196 Soldiers Point Rd , Port Stephens, is near Imagine Cruises, Soldiers Point Marina, and Samurai Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Stephens

    Port Stephens, Newcastle and the Hunter Valley.

    A travel blog entry by davidp.sara on May 09, 2014

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    Friday 9th May

    Set off at 9.15am and went on a merry dance around the housing estate with the van. Something you don't really want to do as you can quite quickly find yourself doing at 62 point turn!! Eventually we got out an onto the highway, which turned out to be a pretty standard drive, with a random deviation thanks to our satnav. We turned off at Bulahdelah way, for absolutely no reason then went down the road and then joined ...

    Its' been awhile!

    A travel blog entry by alisonzol on Oct 17, 2013

    31 photos

    ... to go toe a rugby tournament. As Dwight and I got to talking and to know each other he realized I enjoyed rugby as well as he did so he surprised me with a ticket to go and check the tournament out with him and one of his friends. So we drove back down to the Gold Coast to enjoy 24 matches of 7's rugby. Dwight and I were both able to cheer on team Canada which was awesome to see them play. As I wasn't able to see Brisbane at all I ...

    Ultimate Oz Basecamp

    A travel blog entry by mclehobo on Jul 31, 2013

    12 photos

    ... their uniform who were carrying a guitar, and ended up 30 people in one wagon, all playing music and singing along. :) On saturday morning, we took a bus to Coogee and walked from there to Bondi. Bronte Beach was definitely my favourite one. I met the cutest little blonde girl on our way, she had a small kiosk on the boardwalk and was selling her old toys and homesqueezed orange juice. So I bought her a glass of jyice (which was deliiiicious) ...

    Back on the Internet

    A travel blog entry by olytrains on Apr 28, 2013

    13 photos

    ... tourist railroad (that wasn’t operating) that just happened to be at an old historic coal mine. We were lucky to get a personal tour of the mine while we were there. We then went on to the Hunter Valley wine country to taste a bit of wine. John knows many of the wine makers, so we got very good treatment and tasted some very nice award winning wines.
    Today we are off again on another adventure. More on that next time.
    Jim and ...

    Spontaneous weekend away

    A travel blog entry by helencrothers on Nov 16, 2012

    50 photos

    ... the Newcastle Jets vs Wellingtown (New Zealand). The atmosphere was pretty good and the sun was shinning. It was an afternoon well spent. Unfortunately, the Newcastle Jets lost though. :/ After the game Peter and I headed back to Tamworth as I had work on Monday morning at 8am. The drive was find, pretty straight road the whole way. We did stop off and have a cheeky McDonalds on the way home though!

    It was a lovely weekend.


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