Port O'Call Motel
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... in the rockpools and the edge of the surf. Brooke also celebrated her fourth birthday here, so it was really lovely that we had family there with us to make it a special day for her. All the girls (Brooke, myself, her Aunty Kim and Nana Rosemary) went into Laurieton and saw Cinderella at the local cinemas (where Baz Luhrmann used to frequent as a young lad apparently), so that was another great part of our week.
Despite the many positives, this first major leg ...
... thought lovely villages and saw lots of lakes and creeks. With the sun still shining after we checked in, we booked a restaurant for the evening and then sat in a bar overlooking the lake and had a quick drink while updating blogs. We then walk as far as we could to our right looking at the fishermen and stopped for some fish and chips (one portion between two) We then walked the other way along a path that went out to sea, there were large rocks ...
... things left to do. But move on we must, so move on we did.
We got the train to the airport to pick up the car, this time we didn’t go for any upgrades as we wanted cheap and basic. What we got was a Toyota Pulsar, a real grandad car if ever there was one. Even the browny grey screamed ‘old man’. Well more whispered it a few times, getting louder each time until it was finally heard. But enough about the car…
... won many awards. We tried Kangaroo Teriyaki, and a seafood pie with lobster, prawn and barramundi. Yes, it tasted as good as it sounds! Check them out on redneds.com.au.
With a good brunch to tide us over, we headed for one more lookout before we left town. More amazing views. This place is absolutely gorgeous.
Headed off to the highway, and thought we would check out Taree on the way. There was a rest area just a few kms south of Taree, so we thought ...
... have retired near Port and have only been here for just over 2 weeks -small world!!!
on our last day we played golf at the Emerald Downs golf course, I have seen kangaroos, snakes, and other assorted wildlife when playing golf but have never seen a koala running across the fairway before - he was not too bothered by us at all, jumped up a tree a started eating the gum leaves like we weren't even there.