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Apr 30, 2017 - Prelude

Thought I'd do a test run,, just to make sure it all works ok. We're staying with Alan & Cheryl at their holiday house in Lake Tabourie near Ulladulla and Batemans Bay. Just here for a few days before moving on and organising ourselves for the overseas trip.

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Honkers & England

Feb 14, 2017 - Milton

The weather has changed again today. Although not raining, it is grey, dull and cool. However, we decided to go for another drive and headed towards the Jervis Bay area. We did drive as far as the entrance to the Bodderee National Park, which also homes the Jervis bay naval base, but we had to turn around because we had the dogs with us. From there, our first stop was Hyams Beach which was a lovely little beach. Unfortunately, still not warm enough for me to have a swim, although there were a few brave souls in the water. We drove a bit...

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Feb 13, 2017 - Milton

What a difference a day makes! We woke up to a beautiful, sunny day without a cloud in the sky. After giving the dogs a run in the agility enclosure and testing them to see whether they still remembered what to do (they were a bit rusty!). we spent the morning driving around the area having a look at Ulladulla, Mollymook and Narrawallee. We were able to take the dogs for an on-leash walk on Narrawallee beach where I would have loved to have gone for a swim, but it just wasn’t quite warm enough. On our way home, we stopped at a bakery just...

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Feb 12, 2017 - Dalmeny to Milton

After a bit of an unsettled night with a couple of storms rolling over, we woke to a dull, cool day with threatening rain. We managed to pack up without getting too wet and were on the road by about 9.30am. We took the scenic route again following the coast from Dalmeny into Batemans Bay, then from Batemans Bay it was back on the highway to Milton (which is about 6k north of Ulladulla) By this time, the misty rain had well and truly set in, so we ended up setting up our entire shade room for the first time in many months so as to give us...

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Mar 31, 2014 - at Ulladulla

Day 37 Monday 31st March (Ron) We've packed lunch to take with us on a drive recommended by the lass in the Tourist Info Centre. Our journey was through Mollymook to Banisters Point headland. Then it's a short drive to Milton, a nearby historic town est 1860. The bakery is particularly well known and is well placed as the Princes H'way runs right through the town. We continue west on a tourist drive which takes us into the forests as we travel Croobyar Rd, Woodstock Rd, and Wheelbarrow Rd to Princes Hway S of Dolphin Pt and Burrill Lake. We...

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Mar 30, 2014 - Merimbula to Ulladulla

Day 36 Sunday 30th March (Ron) We packed up early so we could drive the 6kms with the van to be at church by 9:30 at Pambula Beach Baptist. We skipped m/tea at church and headed to the Bega cheese factory (again) and had morning tea in the van in the carpark. On to Kianga (Narooma) for lunch. As we passed through Bodalla Ron wanted to stop to photograph a timber church which he noticed appears to be clad on the walls with timber shingles (it was). When we arrived at Ulladulla it was lightly raining - so what's new.

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Feb 13, 2011 - Ulladulla

13 Feb '11 Slept very well last night. Must have been the pasta and wine. Today we caught the train to Oak Flats, south of Wollongong. About an hour & half trip. We were met at the station by Sharon & Neville, Kevin's Sister and brother-in-law. We visited their beautiful home, had a coffee. Then we piled into their car and headed south down the coast. Drove for a couple of hours to the town Ulladulla, pronounced ella della I think. We went for fish and chips at the harbour. We all had barramundi. What kind of fish is that you ask? Don't...

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Jun 28, 2010 - After a very long drive and a sleepover on the way......

Not sure where we were at with my last update, so I apologise if I repeat myself! We decided to drive around Sydney in one hit instead of driving closer and then driving round. We were up at the crack of dawn - well before actually on Sunday morning. Tried to be as quiet as possible packing everything up (we had managed to put the awning down after we had been out on Saturday night as the rain had stopped). Of I forgot - we ended up having a lovely dinner in a french restaurant on Saturday night - better than the club. Anyway, we were...

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Jun 25, 2010 - It's raining, it's pouring, the old man is snoring.......

Yep it is pouring with rain in Burrill Lake! We were up and out with the lark this morning and went to 9 garage sales - did we find any bargains.............no only a load of rubbish! We then had a late breakfast in Milton and read the paper. I bought a new addition to the 'family'. Her name is Lavender Milton and when I was looking at a heap of rag dolls in a basket she called to me from the bottom of the heap! Barry thought she was for Lacie, but no she is not :) She is sitting here with me and I will post photos of her later - much later...

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Jun 23, 2010 - More time needed at Burrill Lake

Good afternoon! We are staying here for another two nights as it is so peaceful and relaxing........also there are heaps of garage sales on this weekend for us to explore! The funniest thing yet is the "Servos Club" which is the RSL has pokies outside so that the smokers do not miss precious pokie time!!!! Then we saw an elderly gentleman with $1000 sitting in the one cent machine he was 'playing' on and betting 250 bets a go! Too much for me I must say. We have done quite a lot of exploring around here between showers. It poured heavily...

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Jun 22, 2010 - Was time to go.....

Hello from Burrill Lake near Ulladulla :) We left Murimbula at 10 this morning with the plan of heading for Batemans Bay. We stopped at Central Tilba at lunchtime so went for a stroll through the village with is a stunning heritage village. The only downside was the miserable traders. No fun walking in with a smile and a hello, only to be greeted with a grump - we replied with our feet and walked straight back out! When we got to Batemans Bay we kept on driving as we really don't like it very much and found our way here. The park is $18 per...

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Jan 3, 2010 - Ulladulla

Today was another great day in a line of great days in Aussie. We had a great sleep as we were woken up by kookaburra birds quietly chirping among the sun rise and fresh air. Yes it really is that nice. Today we had a great breakfast and enjoyed the sun and some backyard playing with the dog - PJ. At around 11:00 we left for a small fishing tourist port named Narooma. We had a great lunch at Tiger Fish & Chips. We ate some lovely shrimp, prawns, oysters, and an assorted sea food. After lunch Shannon had to head home back to Canberra. After...

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