Waterfront Lodge New Town Bay
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
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... port bustling away in the middle. Just outside town where we are staying the coast returns to yellow sandy beaches backed by clumps of bush and curved stands of windswept trees. The dunes here are full of fairy penguin burrows, and at about 7.30 you can park yourself in the shadows by the steps, and wait for the little fellas (they stand about 12 inches tall) to waddle out of the surf, while behind you the dunes erupt in a chorus of penguin quacks, trills and squawks ...
... and huge mountain ranges we have seen on the last drive. That was until we turned left onto the gravel road down to the dams.
The road down to the dams was an excellent gravel road. We travelled between 40 and 50 kph. Anyone else would have been scooting more than that. We just love Vincent and don't want to hurt him or us.
The roadway down was first lined with the forests we had been seen before. Then opened up so you could see the ranges and ...
... of the winds and rains hit and a double blown up air mattress was flung by the wind from up the beach about 50 mtrs below us. The picnickers chairs went flying into the neighbouring fence. Laughter was replaced as they rushed to the fence line for protection. We had offered them shelter but they were not interested. They had a car and they didn't go there either. Oh well. Allan made coffee. Then it really started gusting we thought the camper might tip. Driving ...
... owe Mum big time!!! We went over our packing and when checking in at the airport my bag weighed 14.4 kg, no problem checking the second empty bag in either. Andrew's weighed slightly more at 15.4 kg. Mum dropped us off at the airport at 10.30 am and we relaxed in the Qantas Club. Watched Last Vegas the movie on the plane over. We walked to the Stamford Plaza an easy 10 minute walk and checked in at 2.30 pm. We booked our shuttle bus to ...
... cove, and if you have more time you can hike down to the beach and camp overnight. We wished we'd spent more time trekking around that area. And of course, the highlight of our trip: the Cradle Mountain Summit trek. But you'll have to wait for our next blog to find out more. * The Overland Track is marketed as Australia’s iconic ‘must-do’ long-distance bushwalk. It’s a 65 km, six-day trek through ...