Mid Pacific Motel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Fantastic day - Kelly organised a behind the scenes tour of the Koala Hospital, Mick was our very passionate tour guide - Kelly took lots of photos and video to make sure she gets them some good utube coverage. These guys, mostly volunteers, do an amazing job of rescuing, treating and rehabilitating the koalas that are orphaned, involved in accidents, attacked ...
... with a butterfly or the like, in the back seat.
Well heading off from the Gold Coast was quick and easy, with all of these amazing freeways along the way, the NSW border even passed us by with no warning, so I couldn’t get my border photo as I would normally do. Going into Byron Bay, parking was certainly at a premium, there was none and all the available ones were ticket parking and tricky ...
... we all loaded up to go to the beach. Kenn took us to a safe surf beach. We got a bit of a go on the boogie boards and after a bit the surf picked up and we had a go on Kenn's wave ski. It was very hard. I tried soooo hard to get through the breakers but kept getting pushed back onto the beach! In the end I just walked it out and got on. In the end I got got onto a wave and rode it into ...
... was mental! But in a cute puppy way of course – and when we got back I sat out on the veranda for an evening time cigarette. The view on the veranda was that of rolling hills and a small collection of houses that one could trick themselves into thinking they made up a small village. I must say it looked very Devonlike and I couldn’t help indulge in some longing for the Shire. We went to bed that night well fed and content for we had only managed to sort this work at ...
... wheel today as we moved out of Port Macquarie, rejoining the Pacific Highway northbound towards Coffs Harbour. On route we passed what have to be some of the most uncivilised roadworks on the planet. This arrangement even makes the 50mph average speed checks on the M25 look like pure genius. After another very pleasant drive up the coast looking out across the Tasman Sea, we stopped at Coffs Jetty for lunch. With the aforementioned drainage issues now sufficiently resolved, we were ...