Whalers Cove Villas
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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... by our lack of form the previous day we returned to the golf course the next day and played the back nine. Our form was a little better but there is plenty of work to be done before we get home. Most caravan parks like you to be checked out by 10.00am but this one could not have cared less what time we left, we could have played another 9 holes and I don’t think they would have even noticed that our caravan was still there.
... expert at this) and the nearby National Parks. Where else can you see the Indian Ocean on the right hand side and the Southern Ocean to the left. Unfortunately due to the fact that asbestos was found during some repair work to the old cottages at the base of the lighthouse, the grounds were off limits. Had coffee in the park near the boat harbour and happened to meet a couple who noticed our NSW number plates as they also ...
... Conto Camp ground was in a lovely setting with plenty of shady trees, long drop loos, some water with most individual sites having a fire place and saw mill off cuts provided as a timber supply for cooking fires.
At bed time it was so quiet without the close proximity of the ocean waves. We could still hear the ...
... due to some clever hidden doors.
After all the maze fun, J went to soak in the jacuzzi whilst I read my book in the lovely garden of the hotel (the jacuzzi got a bit too crowded for my taste when two other couples got in and started chatting). I did get my chance the next morning though, when I was the only one there.
That evening we had dinner in our room with the leftovers from the picnic hamper and we started on a puzzle we bought at ...
... second longest in the world so that's quite impressive. Perhaps more impressive is the tantalizing blue of the water, so crystal clear that the visibility at the underwater observatory was fifteen metres, allowing an unusual vista of coral and barnacle covered pilons of the jetty stretching into the blue. One of my guilty pleasures is Instagram. I say guilty because unlike bush walking or needlepoint, home brewing or shell collecting it doesn't seem like ...