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Jul 1, 2014 - Tuncurry

We had an exciting day today, found a super retirement village at Hallidays Point; http://hallidayshores.com.au/ Very nice indeed with potential for easy resale when you errr “depart” one way or another and simple exit fees structure. All the villas are not built eave to eave either and all have a striking outlook over a forested “greenbelt”.... No steps either and all the doors and hallways are wheelchair, walker and electroscoot compatible... The village is dog friendly too.... Then onto the Tavern for lunch and even Carol had the...

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Nov 4, 2012 - Tuncurry

Being Sunday we rose late, did some washing and had lunch. I was feeling off yesterday for some reason, maybe because the stress of the last weeks has lifted. Very low BP, Carol was quite concerned….. We had to move sites yesterday as someone had booked our site and even though we booked for the duration so we moved to the next site. Yes, I did ask would it not be easier to put the new arrivals on the site next to us but the lady at reception was not capable of doing that…. Better TV reception on this site anyway… Digital signals apparently...

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Sep 1, 2012 - Windsor to Tuncurry via Nelson Bay

We hit the road again and headed for Tuncurry, a little spot that the couple from Geelong suggested. Lunch found us stopped at a spot called Nelson Bay. Joshie and Marc spent some time watching a kookie (laughing bird)before Joshie went on his first "beach" exploration. After building and knocking down a few sand castles we get back in the car and soon arrive at .... caravan park, which all facilities and park layout is 100% customer driven.

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Jul 22, 2011 - Diamond Beach - July 20-22

We left beautiful Port Macquarie in brilliant sunshine and had a great run to Laurieton, where we went up to the mountaintop to the Lookout - just stunning views over the entrance to the river, the ocean and the town. Turn around, and there are just-as-stunning views over the coast and hinterland behind - quite an impressive lookout and must be very popular for picnics etc. The lawn in the foreground of the photo is the "take off" runway for hang-gliders etc - a little pointed area for them to fling themselves off and it is down over the...

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