Blue Dolphin Motel

Address: Fraser Street, Nambucca Heads, New South Wales, Australia | Motel
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This motel is located on Fraser Street, Nambucca Heads.
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      Travel Blogs from Nambucca Heads

      Had another Whale of a time..

      A travel blog entry by dennisozexplore on Jul 06, 2014

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      ... the inlet whilst Lachlan and I walked over to the surf beach for
      a walk and paddle in the waves. On our walk we met a lady called Kay playing a
      drum. It was sort of magical as it was like she was playing to the whales. This sort of brings out the hippy in me. The
      locals here are so nice, always offering to give advice about great places to
      visit. Oh, unfortunately Brett and Mitchell didnt manage to land a fish. Good night everyone, heading to Yamba tomorrow.

      Day 10 - Suffolk Park to Coffs Harbour (273km)

      A travel blog entry by wriggley on Apr 07, 2014

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      ... it will be a short drive. Where to stay in Coffs? The Clog Barn caravan village of course! Free clog making demonstrations, clog fountains in the swimming pool and more! We are just in time for the 2pm demonstration and low and behold, we win the demo clog! They award the whittled clog to the visitors who live the furthest from Coffs Harbour, and of course that is us. Amy is wrapt, it is her size, but we ...

      John's River to Paddy's Rest Area nr Eungai Creek

      A travel blog entry by cyclist123 on Oct 26, 2013

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      ... I decide to stay - it's too dark to go on, and I only saw the sign because I walked down to the van. Rob is busy with his van so I leave him to continue. He kindly gives me a bacon and cheese roll - that'll do nicely for dinner! I get to sleep at 9.30, aiming to get up early, to avoid any Rangers with too little to do on a Sunday morning, and to make a good start on my next mission: get to Coffs Harbour before 1.30! Today's distance was 85 miles Total ascent was 975m Time riding was 5 hrs ...

      How many blondes does it take to buy a backpack?

      A travel blog entry by georgiabelle on Oct 20, 2013

      ... I will be embarking on. I went to Kathmandu In Coffs Harbour today and was approached by one of the sales members, he asked if I would like a hand and I most appreciatively said yes, I think he soon regretted asking me this..He showed me a 30L backpack and my response was where will I fit my shoes, hair dryer and hair straighter? He then asked if I had a down jacket, I said "Ahh I have a One Teaspoon coat?" 40 ...

      What a hilly little town!

      A travel blog entry by davelynne on Oct 08, 2013

      9 photos

      ... time we stopped at Valla Beach. Now this was a tidy little town. We went to the south lookout. We hit the jackpot yet again. More whales seen off shore, though this time they were quite a way out. But we could still see them breaching and the large splash they were making.

      Finally back in Nambucca Heads, we checked out the Bowls club. A couple of drinks and an extra few dollars in our pockets, it was a good decision to go there.

      Back at the caravan ...