Aston Hill Motor Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that had been injured by cars etc and couldn't be released. This was a lovely place which runs from donations. Our next stop on the journey was Crowdy Bay which had a huge beach and at the end of it was a cliff which you could walk around and get incredible views of the surrounding area. We spent a good half an hour up there just taking in the incredible vastness of the beach and the ocean in front of us. We ended the evening in a place called ...
... Coastal walk to Flagstaff Hill. We found about a dozen of the 100 Port Macquarie Koala Sculptures. Then off to North Haven. We stopped on the foreshore at Grants Beach by the mouth of the Camden Haven River. We walked some of the coastal track along the River to the start of the town centre. It is a well maintained walking-cycling track. We then went to Johns River Campground for our free overnight ...
... a drive through the hills of the outskirts of the Bago Bluff National Park and see where it takes us. We stop at the Cassegrain winery, where we have a lovely lunch and some wine tasting of some rather lovely blends. Back outside the rain has disappeared and the sun is trying its hardest to break through. We stop on the way back to Settlement point for some food supplies as the next port of call, that we are staying in, is a National ...
... Tuesday was like having Disneyland all to yourself. Now backwards. Similarly, the Topanga Zoo in Sydney is well worth the ferry ride and the entrance. Buy your combo ticket at the ferry to save a few dollars. Avoid the bus and take the ferry entrance and then revel in the uncrowded lower levels of the zoo. This zoo is awesome with natural enclosures and close up views of ...
The road to Port Macquarie was a good one. Divided highway, motorway and toll roads took us inland from Sydney then along the coast from Newcastle.
Our first day began with sunshine and we walked "The Breakwall" which is alongside the Sundowners Breakwall Caravan Park. At one end is the surf beach and the other in the heart of town. People have painted many of the large rocks along the footpath. There is ...