Amazing Wollumbin Palms Retreat at Mt Warning

Address: 112 Mt Warning Road, Murwillumbah, New South Wales, 2484, Australia | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 112 Mt Warning Road, Murwillumbah, is near Mount Warning and Summit Walk/Main Range Trail.
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      Travel Blogs from Murwillumbah

      A day at the wildlife sanctuary

      A travel blog entry by chanelleeguymer on Jul 17, 2014

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      ... to offer about the sanctuary itself and also the native animals we share our country with. A group of students and I were lucky enough to be walking past the vet hospital building when they were injecting a venomous snake with an anaesthetic, this was an interesting experience because we got to see the technique they used to capture the snake. If you are on a budget I suggest taking your ...

      Home Base

      A travel blog entry by webformation on Apr 12, 2014

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      This is our home base where all the travel plans have been made. We plan to leave the Gold Coast on Sunday 22 June and travel via KL to Bangkok. Then we will fly by Finnair to Amsterdam and travel by bus and train to Bruges in Belgium. From there we will travel by train to the UK and spend some time in the Whitstable area before heading to Scotland. A week will ...

      Feeling relaxed

      A travel blog entry by fayerowe on Feb 20, 2014

      ... we didn't go down to the tables outside once to socialize. we just couldn't be bothered. Opps. well, we tried once, but the film seven was on a 9.30 so came back.

      Apart from being lazy, byron was great, and another place I could have stayed and lived in. It has a true hippie culture, everything is a lot slower and chilled. But it did also have a lot of great bars, restaurants, cafes and shops. I even got myself a hair ...

      East Coast pt2

      A travel blog entry by p.albin on Feb 05, 2014

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      ... and headed straight to the beach with a bodyboard. The weather was good, the beach was nice and I enjoyed watching the surfers it gave me a real urge to give surfing a go. After the beach I walked along the seafront where they had a night market which was very varied compared with your average market, for example it had snakes and parakeets that you could hold if you wished to. I inevitably ended up buying some cappucino fudge from a stall as I couldnt ...

      Best of Both Worlds

      A travel blog entry by numinoustravel on Feb 01, 2014

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      ... this humble little club started with a small amount of 30 members and has now grown to over 700. The surf club has a bar open from Noon onwards on Friday to Sunday and Pandamus Café open for Lunch and Dinner for anyone looking for a bite to eat.

      Murwillumbah is a quiet humbling town full of small delights to explore. An enjoyable and relaxing trip, you can indulge the best of both rural and coastal worlds into your experience. ...