- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of foodies, who only eat one percent of all the eucalyptus trees in all of Australia. They're called food trees and take up to twelve years to mature in order for them to be harvested. There's a whole range of gum trees, that take their fancy, but none of them is supposed to taste as delicious as the paperbark tree. You could compare it to eating apple pie :) A real treat! Or how would you like to eat fish and chips every day of the week? ...
... down further we saw Pelicans which are also huge! We also saw oyster crates and then picked up our fish and chips! They were yummy but the portion of chips was not so impressive! Just as I was finishing off my chips the skipper pointed out Dolphins! We had a good look but they left pretty quickly and from there on we got glimpses here and there. Also I think we saw bat Rays coming out of the water - they don't do this often though so you have to have ...
I would have like to re-visited Bellingen but given the lateness of the hour we would have been looking at it in darkness … so on we drove as the sun set and the road and surrounding bush were soon pitch black.
We eventually arrived at Port Macquarie at 6.35pm - a tad over 9 hours of driving. We were given an extra large room on the first floor - great – dragging ...
... the Tourist Info place, which was 5 km past town. (Great planning to place it on the way out), and the lady was busy with some one.
Waited a while, then decided the weather is poor and the place depressing. We have been ignored long enough, so now it is time to move on. It is ideal driving weather, so decided to continue on to Port Macquarie. There you go, horses for courses. Days for resting and soaking up sunshine, and others for foot on the pedal and go go go.
... cling film. Regardless, as long as I stay on my towel with a book and tobacco I can still have a wonderful time at the beach. And the beaches at Port Macquarie really were something beautiful, especially when you have one to yourself. Chris spent some time feeling nostalgic and fashioned himself a seat of sand that he was endlessly proud of but I just couldn’t help myself throwing his socks in the hole he had dug. He retaliated back nearly dropping my shoes in the sea but he ...