Opal Cove Resort
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- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOpal Cove Resort Coffs Harbour
great resort, friendly staff
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... the hills by local banana plantations called the Sealy Lookout. We got there, and there was a really good pier built out over the edge of the hill. Great views! After this, we left to check in at the YHA in Coffs. Not very glamorous, but what do expect from a hostel! Dinner tonight was red wine in a mug, and grilled cheese sandwiches; dinner of champions! Tomorrow we make our way to Yamba, where hopefully we will be going on a kayak tour :) ...
... but dolphins are definitely my favourite!
The caravan park we are staying at is really good and we met a man named Mike. He is travelling around Australia taking photos and writing a travel book. He knows heaps of magic tricks and taught us some that I will show you when I get back!
Tomorrow we are leaving here and going down the coast to South West Rocks.
... br> We all sat in the same spot to complete today's school work. Hard work for us all to stay on track with it all but worthwhile; all three boys are trying really hard to get it all done and do it well.
We set off to explore Coffs Harbour and had a treat lunch in a real restaurant near the beach. We drove to the Mutton Bird island carpark and went for a fabulous walk to this great lookout. Aaron took the boys to the beach and they had ...
... to protect us from the sun. So we hire for the hour and off we go.
Now Hippie guy hasn't reckoned on rowing being an Olympic sport in which the Brits excel, because Jane from the lead position in the boat takes off like an Olympic hopeful in a qualifying event. She's not so great at steering, so my main role is to keep us in the right direction, while occasionally making splashing noises from the back so she thinks I'm doing my bit. We cover the whole ...
... difficult to actually catch, but were a lot smoother and easier to ride once you caught them. They also moved a lot quicker, which was more fun! The last day we learned how to catch a green wave that was starting to peel and to turn to ride it across as ...