Koala Tree Motel
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Weather forecast looking grim but we are going on regardless. We did a pit stop at Crescent Head after a detour for a caravan looked like an accident waiting to happen. Great detour as the surfers were out in some numbers have taken some great shots from cliff top. Smashing little bakery ...
... we grabbed a couple stand up paddle (SUP) boards and brought them out with us to the beach. Little to our knowledge, these things weighed a ton and despite the short walk to the beach, we dreaded the return to bring them back up to the hostel at the end of the day. Instead, Ryan, Jordan and I, got a little creative - and decided we would paddle up the creek, which brought us about a 100m walk away from our hostel. This might have been our best idea yet. ...
... and Marc hopped out to check it out. Turned out you could only see the gorge there ('nice gorge though, I took a few pics'), and we could drive to the Apsley Falls lookout, so that we did. Having arrived after a big thunderstorm, the falls looked mighty impressive and we felt lucky we could admire them without the threat of imminent lightning strike. We debated about having lunch there but there were no sheltered picnic tables there so we figured we'd press on to Tia Falls, as things ...
We managed to jag a festival during our trip so our sight seeing in Port Macquarie will be cut a day short as we decided to spend the majority of today at Tastings on Hastings. This festival had thousands of people attending with markets,live performances, stalls with all the locally produced food and wine from the area to try. Now don't get me wrong, there was some food you could ...
With the liver working overtime from aussie day weekend at souwest rocks, We pointed the wagon train due west via Kempsey for some much needed supplies. Vortex diesel. (if you own a diesel and you dont use caltex vortex diesel you... well you don't deserve a diesel). Also a stop at woolies and they sell booze at all supermarkets in NSW. We stock up on some quality wine off the cardboard. GOON!.
And with a full ...