Town Beach Motor Inn
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- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... dolphins from, but not then.
We headed along a path towards where I though the koala hospital was, and it was in the right direction, but where I thought it should have been was bout 2.4kms off. So we had a brisk walk to the koala hospital to catch the tour at 3pm. Luckily we made it in plenty of time!
Had the tour around the koala hospital, apparently they get chlamydia a lot, and hit by cars. There was one koala up a tree that had to ...
... nasties that befall our new friends are wet bottom, septicaemia, pneumonia and chlamydia. The latter one having such a major impact on our old chum Xavier, that he's basically blind because of it. It is a pretty common disease, which affects the eyes and may be salvaged by cutting away the granular flesh around the eyes, a so called "nip & tuck" operation. Kaylee, the koala next door is one of the few, who boasts an entire ...
... 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.
... some real ones and actually see them moving. There a lot bigger than I thought but the babies were small and just curled up in the branches. That night we got pizza and sat outside for ages and had possums scurrying around in the trees and massive fruit bats flying in the sky. Now we're on today and we got up early to check out and spent the rest of the day with clear blue sky sitting in a hammock around the pool or laying with my legs in the water. Sebastien ...
... some breakfast. Now Gosford is a strange place. A place I hope to never really step foot in again. It felt like the Australian version of Royston Vasey from The League of Gentlemen. Everyone had an eye on you as you walked past them and all the locals looked more like caricatures of themselves rather than… themselves. Needless to say we were glad when we hopped onto our train and settled into our seats. Luckily our next destination was considerably more welcoming. We had a ...