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... wander from the A1 (Pacific Highway) to Brunswick Heads … a delightful little town on the coast - more of a traditional coastal town with a marina (complete with pelicans) and old fashioned tarred wooden bridge over a river leading to a long white sand pristine beach - just SOOO beautiful.
I cannot fathom why people would choose to go to Byron Bay over Brunswick Heads.
... the Tourist Info place, which was 5 km past town. (Great planning to place it on the way out), and the lady was busy with some one.
Waited a while, then decided the weather is poor and the place depressing. We have been ignored long enough, so now it is time to move on. It is ideal driving weather, so decided to continue on to Port Macquarie. There you go, horses for courses. Days for resting and soaking up sunshine, and others for foot on the pedal and go go go.
... As I’m sure you all know I’m most certainly not renowned for my strength and there were several moments where I thought my shoulders were going to fold in on themselves like an empty crisp packet under the flame of a lighter. Finally we reached our hotel and set our bags down in the room. The manager looked like someone recognisable but I couldn’t put my finger on it. It’s incredibly frustrating when that happens, when you’re subconscious throws you ...
... little lighthouse is used for small weddings and it is just beautiful. We then drove further south to Lake Cathie and then on to Bonny Hills. We stopped to take in the views at the top of Bonny Hills and surprisingly there were three hang gliders taking off just in front of us.
We then drove back to Port Macquarrie and had a drive and walk about to the beach, harbour, marina and settlement point. We were looking for somewhere ...
... Around Australia Championship, as Ian has won 1 state, I have won 3, with only QLD to go!!!
After the game, we had lunch at the club, and got away about 2.30pm, to head west on the Oxley Highway towards Walcha. We stopped about halfway across the range, at a free camp at Stockyard Creek Rest Area,, about 83km SE of Walcha.