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Apr 6, 2014 - Gerringong to The Entrance

Day 42 Sunday 6th April Gerringong to The Entrance Today we've skipped church and are going to get to the other side (north) of Sydney today. Let's see what the day brings. We carefully planned our route to skirt around Sydney with a minimum of hassle. The planning paid off. We used the M1 up to the road west to Picton and loined the Hume Freeway M31 which would take us up to meet the A28 through to Hornsby where we started the trip north to Berowa Rest Area just under 3hrs from our departure from the Kiama area. Phew!!! Our plan was to...

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Mar 23, 2013 - Nation's Capital

A couple of weekends ago, we drove to Canberra, the nation’s capital, to visit a friend we haven’t seen in some years. Canberra is home to the Old and New Parliament houses, The Australian Mint, National Gallery of Australia, National Library and many museums. Little bit of history - In 1901, Sydney and Melbourne both wanted to be chosen as the spot for the capital. It was agreed that a new location needed to be found as no-one could decide between Sydney and Melbourne. The name for the new capital city was supposedly taken from the...

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Mar 7, 2013 - Oz Part 2

Oz Part 2 – This week we’ve been doing typical touristy things. The girls have been itching to see a kangaroo (a roo as they are affectionately known here). So, we had a couple of choices: to go up north a bit and see them (maybe) in the wild or to go to the Australian Reptile Park. We chose the latter. The park is a privately family owned business started in the 60’s. It receives no money from the Australian government. The park is home to reptiles, spiders (including the famous and deadly black-funnel spider), and many indigenous mammals...

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Feb 27, 2013 - G'Day all......

G’Day all…… We have been in Australia now for just over one week. We are staying in a place called The Entrance – which is about one and a half hours north of Sydney. It’s a holiday resort for people to vacation at. The first few days we had bad weather – lots of wind and rain. However, the past few days have been much better and we can now explore what Australia has to offer in this area. We even had to postpone our surfing lesson because of the rain and wind!!! The good news is we bought 2 surfboards and wetsuits for everyone…so we are...

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Feb 22, 2013 - We are in OZ!

G-day everyone, we are now in Australia, however, we still have a couple of Thailand videos to send before we start writing about our time here in The Entrance. Oh by the way the weather has been somewhat typhoonish here...lol. Aussie update to follow.

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Nov 13, 2012 - The Entrance: NSW Central Coast

The Entrance: 13 - 15 Nov 2012 Our final destination before heading home! We were very excited to get to The Entrance as we were meeting up with Linda's mum, dad & sister Sue for 3 days before heading home. Jesse & Bronte were so excited to see Nana & Pa that they nearly knocked them over when they hugged them. We took advantage of staying on the lake and fished everyday, catching quite a few bream. Unfortunately none were legal size & all had to be thrown back or fed to the local pelicans & ducks. The Entrance is internationally recognised...

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