Blue Dolphin Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the kids couldn't wait to get in there, and they had a blast.
We farewelled Richard and Rosemary, much to the kids' disappointment, and had already decided to stay an extra night so we could explore the area. So on this last day we went for a lovely drive out to Bellingen and then to Urunga, both very pretty spots.
The caravan was back working in top condition, and the weather was improving, so things were looking good!
... horizon, and deserted stretches of golden beach that run for miles and miles. The scenery is constantly shifting from familiar to unfamiliar, from eucalyptus forest to green rolling farmland, to arid sheep stations the size of small European countries, there are places reminiscent of the Yorkshire Dales or the Sussex Downs, steaming gently in the warm yellow light. The campsite we have just left in Bendemeer NSW, is surrounded by hill farms and resembles ...
... on the evening forecast and the grey clouds didn't offer much hope for the day ahead. But it wasn't raining, so we got ready, grabbed our bikes and headed out for a ride with a quick stop at the information centre and then Captain Cook lookout as our destination.
We cycled to the marina and saw the painted rocks Nambucca Heads proudly put on display, where the rain gave weigh. We then put on our hoodies for the first time since arriving in Australia ...
... ones, there is no rest for any parents as we keep a vigilant eye on everyone!!
Mid-morning we headed out to explore Nambucca Heads - the river, the beach and the breakwater. Samuel, Benjamin, Grandma Mary and I enjoyed a stroll along the breakwater looking at the amazing array of painted rocks. It is certainly an attraction that is worth visiting. There were paintings, grafetti art, mosaics, tributes, ...
... from John and Jude as they travelled south from Brisbane and we headed north to our final destination - the River House at Nambucca Heads. A fairly straight-forward drive apart from the many stops and speed changes as we went through road works and detours.
John and Jude arrived at our accommodation first. I was feeling rather anxious about the house and hoped that it would be okay. We arrived after lunch ...