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Mar 17, 2009 - Our last campervan site in Nelson Bay, NSW

Tuesday March 17 We left the vineyard area of the Hunter Valley this morning and headed back to the coast to stay a couple of nights in Nelson Bay, a small town on the shore of Port Stephens, our last port of call before returning to Sydney. On the way in to Nelson Bay we explored along the coast and took a photo of Stockton Beach from Birubi Point. Stockton Beach has a claim to fame as being “the largest moving sand mass in the Southern Hemisphere”. It is quite remarkable how almost every place manages to find a unique aspect to boast...

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Aug 30, 2008 - places in between

Hello my Legion of adoring fans. I come to you today with a paradox. This has nothing to do with my use of my phrase “Legion of fans” as even I know only 2 people read these things and they gave birth to me and Shell respectively. Paradox explanation time. The only reason they read is because of some parental obligation that they find hard to resist. This is also the reason no one else reads it because we have to leave out all the juicy, dirty, depraved, illegal bits because we don’t want them to know what were really getting up to. Oh the...

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Sep 6, 2007 - Nelson Bay

Sydney was hosting the APEC annual confrence while I was there and as a side product of the resulting carnage everyone in Sydney got the Monday off as a bank holiday. Me and Layla hired a car on Thursday evening and I drove up to Nelson Bay, by Port Stephens for the long weekend. We had been hoping to miss some of the traffic by leaving Sydney at about 4pm but were soon ensnared in a traffic jam on a key motorway out of the city and so it took about five hours to drive the 150km to our destination. (It didnt help that we got slightly lost...

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Aug 7, 2007 - Seal Rocks to Nelson Bay, including a journey to the Hunter Valley.

Jeff The reputation of Seal Rocks as a wonderful place to watch wild life had not happened for us. Even the fishermen were reduced to eating only chips. Had we stayed longer in this very nice place it could have been different. On leaving the caravan park we drove the short distance to the headland, parked at the entrance to Myall Lakes National Park, and walked through to Sugarloaf Point where there has been a lighthouse since 1875. We took in the standard beautiful views from infront of the lighthouse before climbing the very steep slope...

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