Country Comfort Coffs Harbour
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... to get seats together on the bus, at the front again! The journey to Coffs Harbour was too long, only 2hr 30mins, I was so knackered that I fell asleep quite quickly, Ari gave me her neck cushion as my head was swinging about.
Got to Coffs harbour late, but they shuttle was still there to pick us up. Got on it and the driver took us up to a look out point to see over the town, it was a lot bigger than we’d thought!
Got take to the hostel, put our stuff in ...
... exhausted and in the mood for being carried around, so he was quite happy to accompany Nanny and Grandad to Coffs Harbour, which is "famous" for the BIG banana. He was disappointed not to have seen any Muttonbirds or Whales but quite happy that the two oldies were planning to move on to Ballina the next day, which is "famous" for BIG ...
... was a warm and calm day and the Heads was very pretty. One feature is that it has a very long rocky groin all of which have been covered by varying sentimental graffiti encouraged by the local council.
Also have seen quite a few whales on their journey south
Well that is all for now
We plan to head about 250 km south to Forster as the next place to stay
Kaylene and Karl
... swimming, as for them it is too cold!! After the water park, it is time for a relaxing lunch, siesta and nana nap for me while Cameron takes the kids to the playground. I have started reading a great book (my third book this year already!!) and I am just cherishing every second I can read on this trip...I am truly unwinding and relaxed. We had all intentions to hit the beach in the afternoon with the ...
... Bridge. Framed by the infamous harbour, beautifully standing out on the skyline, life felt strangely surreal as we gazed at these globally recognised structures. Tourist photos taken, we then made our way to another world famous attraction, Bondi Beach. Added to the Australian National Heritage List in 2008, Bondi is Australia's most famous beach, boasting white sands, clear blue seas, and hundreds of surfers and sun worshippers alike. Our experience however, ...