Coffs Harbour Pacific Palms Motel

Address: 29 Grafton St, Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, 2450, Australia | Motel
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This motel, located on 29 Grafton St, Coffs Harbour, is near Big Banana and Coffs Harbour.
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      Travel Blogs from Coffs Harbour

      NSW coastline

      A travel blog entry by kktravel on Oct 28, 2014

      10 photos

      ... point on the mainland.

      The next (and current place) we stayed is at Park Beach caravan park at Coffs Harbour.
      This is a picturesque place with nice beaches but very windy so far. Also have to buy a new set of tyres for the car - travelling has become expensive lately but we have done about 18,000 km since leaving Perth in April so vehicle maintenance costs have to be expected.

      Yesterday we went to ...

      3 Creeks Campground.

      A travel blog entry by thomos on Jul 09, 2014

      39 photos

      ... a dog in the Main Street next to the pub, they told us the story of why there was such a large dog. Years ago they had a small dog erected there, it got stolen, put another one there, and so on and so on. They were fed up with them being taken so they got a large one so people could not steel it. The photo of the bridge was one we had to drive across to get to the railway station, glad we didn't have the van on. Next day time to pack up and head to Nambucca ...

      Day Sixty Eight: Leaving Our Hearts In Sydney

      A travel blog entry by emmahannahmilla on Mar 11, 2014

      6 photos

      ... s somewhat questionable capital, Canberra. Declared the political capital after it became clear the country could not decide between Melbourne and Sydney, Canberra was unceremoniously plonked in the middle and named as such. Feeling like a cross between The Truman Show and The Hunger Games, cars and people seemed to move in meticulous motion, as if on a conveyer belt, to fool newcomers that all is 'normal'. Our walk towards Parliament House only intensified ...

      A little Harbour Marina Jetty town, lovely

      A travel blog entry by isabelle134 on Feb 23, 2014

      9 photos

      ... I crossed the road and sat there watching the water. I did not move a lot, and see, on the dead branch that hung over the water I see, a kingfisher! There he goes for a dive, plouf in the water, back up on the branch... watches and hopla, dive, plouf, back on the branch. Oooohhh I was so happy to see that! I did not move an inch, until I realised my feet and ankles were itching, damned, mosquitos! So I ran away from my little kingfisher to be inside, protected by mosquito nets ;-)

      The Good Life with the Goodworths

      A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Jan 15, 2014

      82 photos

      ... with names through the middle, but for our demonstration, ironically they were making Big Bananas! The sweet makers were just like magicians, throwing the hot sugar around just enough to make it cool enough to mould and then adding different colours to form the little bananas. We were even treated to a few samples at the end, yum! We had one last stop before we had to call it a day and where better than the beautiful new Sky Pier giving the most beautiful views ...