Salamander Beach Accommodation
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... A quick stroll on the beach at Nelson Bay and then back to Soldiers Point where I finally managed to wet a line. Looks like my fishing Mojo is playing up again with no fish but given the beach worms were three days old even the fish turned up their noses.
Plan to leave here tomorrow and head either to Nambucca Heads or Sawtell and then to Yamba on Monday.
All the best Brett, Suz, Lachlan and ...
This trip came about as we are heading to South Victoria to spend Christmas with the family. We had our four legged friend Charlie along for the ride too.
First leg: Newcastle - Dromana. We had planned to spend 4, but ended up spending only 2 nights under canvas. Usually we would drive direct in one day, but this time we decided to take it easy an check out the coast road instead, and found some great places along the ...
... We made a note to add this to the possible retirement locations. From Booti Booti (sorry, gotta love the name) we headed again a couple of hours down the road to a fairly big centre known as Nelson Bay, Port Stephens, which had been recommended to us by campers. Upon arriving it became clear why this area was so popular and therefore developed. Again, beautiful beaches (can one State have so many?!) dense National Parks with trees trees trees as far as the eye can see, ...
... considered a crowd! Lonely job though not stressful. After an afternoon nona nap we head to Ubirr Rock Art site to view the paintings, listen to the guided free ranger talks and sit up on the highest lookout to view the sunset. Magic, you can't help but feel the spirituality of Kakadu in the stillness of the evening. The rock art is amazing and unique and the guided ranger talks factual but very interesting and peppered with humour. We clamber down the 100 metres or ...
... live in this bay, there is a Marine Park in the area where they enjoy their freedom.
There were several houseboats on the water, one really caught our eye. It looked like it had been made from salvage material. Anything that could be used that might be on a dump was in this boat. I would have loved to have seen inside. Such ingenuity.