Jasmine Lodge Motel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... few days. Before returning to the house we had a little explore of Back Beach and the surrounding area. Later in the afternoon we went down to the beach and paddled along the shore. Barry decided a run along the beach was in order for him, and we all then ended up in the pool for a swim. It is a very lovely beach and the pool is marvellous. After such a late lunch we had a very simple meal of cheese and fruit for ...
Beautiful grassy waterfront sites at Lakeside Resort Caravan Park hindered by heavy rain. We join friends from Hervey Bay who travelled to Forster to meet us so the boys can go to Nabiac Motorbike Museum. Booking in at reception I am told of a surprise for us. Our amazing ...
... con on full to keep awake at the wheel. 10 hours, one straight rd and the scenery didn't change. Australia is big....! House is beautiful. Everyone has own double bedroom and ensuite. Upside down house so kitchen and living room are overlooking the lake and face the sunset. Enormous covered verandah upstairs to sit and watch the pelicans and pods of dolphins. But weirdly it's spooky too. The house definitely looks like it's out of some lakeside ...
... through Elands to Ellenborough falls, it was so beautiful. The 641 stairs down and then up however were not. Holy cow. Ben managed fine, me on the other hand well I almost passed out. Beautiful area, it was nice to sit and chill, take in the serenity for a while.
· Went fishing. I caught a flatty. Ok so I have never been lure fishing before. I used ...
... right on the river was just beautiful as was the decor in the pub. And to Kev's delight of course they served Guinness.
Just north of Harrington, the small fishing village of Crowdy Head. A very pretty spot and a great spot for the surfers. The headland boasts a very picturesque lighthouse which was designed and erected between 1878 - 1879 as one of only five small lighthouses built on the NSW coast.