Jasmine Lodge Motel

Address: 18 Wallis St, Forster, New South Wales, 2428, Australia | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on 18 Wallis St, Forster.
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      Travel Blogs from Forster

      Mudcrab Dreams: Episode I The Crab Strikes Back

      A travel blog entry by jamessapp on Nov 23, 2014

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      ... spent the rest of his life in a comfortable professional career (I think selling ****, but I cant remember exactly). Dream Crushed under the sole of controlling ****er. I wanted to cry a little when I heard this story but I didn't. Mostly because I believe that if David truly and strongly desired to sail the seas in a yacht then he probably could have. Hopefully his ocean navigation skills would ...

      Checking out the place

      A travel blog entry by crosbywilsher on Nov 11, 2014

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      ... A bit like a less dramatic Lake District. The lakes are collossal but the mountains around them are rounded rather than peaked and covered in littoral rainforest. Very very peaceful and wild.

      Sadly have arrived just at the very end of the whale migration season so it's not worth doing a whale trip. But dolphins abound out to sea and in the lakes too. Saw a whole pod surfing in the shore break - something so beautiful about dolphins. ...

      Sydney to Booti Booti National Park

      A travel blog entry by daveandsara2014 on Aug 21, 2014

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      ... nonchalantly round the corner. What pressure? It quickly became apparently that our aggressive sight seeing strategy was over ambitions. Who would have thought it would take 4 whole days (96 hours of solid driving) to get to Cairns?! We quickly made it out of Sydney and began cruising very slowly up the A1 Pacific Highway, heading towards Newcastle (sounds like an all too familiar journey!) The original English settlers seem to have named everything after ...

      Forging on to Forster

      A travel blog entry by richardvanleeuw on Mar 11, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... we walked it to the water's edge to try out one of the electric BBQs. Unfortunately, on this particular BBQ, the heat was barely sufficient to cook everything but with a bit of rum as a chaser, it didn't seem to be a problem. On the beaches, a common bird in Australia, the oystercatcher, was a particular delight for me as it reminded me of my days in Lantzville on Vancouver Island. But like most things, the Australian version ...

      Forster

      A travel blog entry by lizandjon on Aug 06, 2013

      12 photos

      ... there was nobody in front of us so we still had a view. We saw some beautiful sunsets and on one morning we took our breakfast down to the edge of the water where there are some tables to sit at.

      We really enjoyed Forster. We were lucky to have beautiful warm weather while we were there although it was very cold at night & we were glad to have our heater.

      Next stop - Norah Head about 80 Kms north of ...