- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... tourist book. It’s again like 11 (because one fell over) large sandstone rocks left hanging out in the water off the coastline. According to tourist propaganda – definitely a must see. It’s such a must see that there is a massive parking lot, a large tourist center with toilets and a snack shop. If you time it right, you will also arrive with multiple massive tourist buses, several smaller tourist buses and about a thousand ...
... handfuls of eucalyptus leaves in between long power naps. A few local tropical birds also made this area home and I was happy to share some of my cereal with them as they ate from my hand. We spent hours here watching the birds and koalas. It was starting to get late in the day and I had to peel Kristen away from her beloved koalas so we could carry on to our next campsite for the night. Little did she know she would have more and better koala sightings tomorrow! We ...
... on route! The forest, or some of it at least, seems to have died off, the pale white trunks standing solemnly without leaves, hundreds of them. Like a petrified forest. No koalas here, there's nothing for them to eat. Reaching the bottom of the cape the only feature, other than the forest, is the lighthouse. We walk to the lighthouse lookout. It does look out over the lighthouse, at least part of the lighthouse, but not much ...
... your Billabong, your Ripcurl, your Quicksilver, and I'm sure more.
Just to finish off the day, we found ourselves camped in yet another picturesque spot: right next to a creek that flowed, under a little footbridge, out towards the ocean. We even had our own deck (meant for fishing) where we sat, watching the sun go down, with a cup of tea and our books. The novel bit though was the sea-side ...
... we had a comfortable bed to sleep in and were served some amazing food. They were also nice enough to allow us to leave our extra things we did not require for Milford in their spare bedroom. We knew the van also needed an oil change and to be looked at and we should do it in Queenstown as we had a place to sleep in case the van needed to be left overnight. Chole was nice enough to contact a friend of hers who would do the work on the van for ...