Golden Sands Motor Inn
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Golden Sands Motor Inn Forster
Travel Blogs from Forster
... 25 minutes into the trip I started getting motion sickness and was looking for a quick exit. Fortunately the bus stopped off at a big shopping mall, we had no idea what area we were in but I didn’t care, just wanted to get off the bus. Dashed into the first coffee house for a coffee for Mike and a coke to try settle my stomach. It landed up being a huge mall so we wandered around for a while window shopping and picking up some fruit. We were looked for a stuffed ...
We went to one of the seaside areas and had a look at the market but there weren't that many interesting things so we walked along the beach which was very windy and we had a rather English like experience with our jumpers and leaning into the wind. We then went to get lunch but both the places we had identified were shut so we had to sit on the main road. We did a bit more of a walk along the beach and spotted some wind surfers, so we watched them before oink the long team journey ...
Yesterday I sat on the beach and had to endure an hour of pure parental fear as Emile surfed in the biggest waves he's ever been in. Rolling slabs of concrete, the size of houses
( well 8' but that's a big bloody wave) but he grabs his new, unfamiliar board, shouts " bye mum" and runs into the sea.
" But what about the rips?" I ...
... of the local opsm store promised Cath a fair bit of work in town as his casual had just quit, but two days later said no there is no work. At this point we decided to move on as the weather was still poor. Unfortunately my first impressions of foster are now gone. No photos sorry as the weather was quite ****. Park rating 7/10 Staff attitude 1/10 Park location 3/10 Facilities 8/10 Caseys best bit - learning to play mini ...
... views from the lighthouse reserve are breathtaking. Looking north you can see beyond Diamond Head and the Three Brothers mountains (south, middle and north) which were named by Captain James Cook in 1770 as he sailed up the East Coast. To the south you can see as far as Seal Rocks. We had a really lovely day checking out the beautiful views and looking out for whales.
It is a great spot for whale watching as Crowdy ...