Town Beach Motor Inn
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... parked the car and ended up having to put sand in the rut. Now park half on/half off the road to minimise grass damage.
Due to the continuing rain we decided to do indoor activities (not that kind) and went to the movies Saturday and Sunday. Saw the Russel Crowe movie "The Water Diviner" on Saturday and enjoyed it, good movie. Made the mistake of pre-paying "The Hobbit" movie for Sunday not thinking that most of the population and tourists had the same idea. At least ...
... cafe, a laser tag and an ice-rink. All owned and financed by tourists coming to see the Big Banana. It was tacky, but it was great!
This was our last stop before the final 3 hour stint to get us into Byron Bay. The last hour or so in the dark wasn't much fun, but we got there. Well we thought we did only to realise we arrived at the wrong YHA Byron and were booked into the other one 200m up the street! So back in the car and 30 seconds later...we got ...
The wonderful Roti house was built by John Flynn in 1891, John and Jessie had 6 children, and this house stayed in their family until the 1980's when the government bought it, it was returned to its former glory and opened for us to enjoy, the koala hospital is out the back of this property, we saw a few koalas that are currently being nursed back to health, some will be released others have been too injured to ...
... from the pharmacy and the flow of blood has stopped a bit when he got back. Once it was plastered up we both headed back to the pharmacy so I could get some stuff to clean it for I had heard a story from a friend that when he cut his foot on some coral if he’d left it untreated it would’ve had to be amputated. My Mother’s natural worry kicked in and I didn’t hesitate on spending a bit of cash on some iodine and peroxide. I got back to the hostel and cleaned it ...
... Killick Creek empties into the ocean. Obviously being this close to the ocean it was a tidal creek so you can actually jump into the creek at the mouth and actually float upstream as the high tide is coming in. It is a bit weird to do. We did this just as the tide was turning so we were in the creek floating upstream and after about 30 minutes we just stopped (the creek wasn't flowing at all) and then we slowly started to float back to the ...