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... and weeny local police stations which unlike the UK have actual policeman in them ( last time I phoned the police in Bognor I was redirected to a call centre in Portsmouth). A lot of these shops and pubs have ornate facades which in any other country would be listed buildings, - some are Art Deco inspired, some look Victorian or Edwardian, some are almost Italianate, - with fluted columns, crests on their gable ends and decorative urns sprouting along the ...
... postcards, stopping for a quick drink and spent the rest of the afternoon down by the marina soaking in the sun.
The time arrived to head back, drop off the bikes and wait for the Greyhound where we got talking to the very friendly change over bus driver and eventually made our way to Port Macquarie.
We got to our YHA and went out for some food before having a quick stroll around the water front, then heading back to plan what to do for the following ...
... and myself then found a lovely shallow spot on the esturary near the river mouth for a swim. The three big boys had a wonderful time on their boards paddling around, splashing, finding rocks and sticks and trekking with their rock shoes on. Benjamin and I had a paddle as well. Benjamin thoroughly enjoyed it... giggling, splashing with his arms and kicking his legs; he even put his head down to have a taste of the water! ...
... Near the Marina is Muttonbird Island Nature reserve. We
climbed to the top where we could see out over the entrance and the Pacific
Ocean. We managed to spot a few whales going past and a pod of dolphins. The
views over Coffs Harbour were lovely. It got to about 20 degrees, so great for
sight seeing but not warm enough for swimming. On our way back to our van we
decided to do a quick stop at a place called Sawtell. Brett and Mitchell had a
... a long day of driving.
The next day we took leisurely strolls along the marina and jetty, and along the beaches which go on for almost 20 miles past Coffs Harbour. At the end of each stretch of beach there is a small headland, with a neat walking track leading you to the next beach. It is possible to walk them all uninterrupted.
As we had to leave by 10 am the next day, we drove to Bellingen, a town about 30 kms away, which was supposed ...