Research: Clarence Coast

The Pacific a highway leaves the coast and travels along the Clarence River, passing Yuraygir National Park on the way.  – Yuraygir National Park has a $7 vehicle entry and covers 60km of road along the coast north of Red Rock. The emu resides here as well as many isolated beaches that are best discovered […]

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Research: Coffs Harbour Region

Similar to Kempsey Shire, this area is filled with beautiful beaches but also has some ‘quaint’ towns hidden away. – Nambucca Heads is a dramatically curling headland that is intertwined by estuaries of the Nambucca River. Lonely Planet has described it as a very peaceful place and I only wish I could transport myself there […]

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Research: Port Macquarie

– A thriving holiday spot, possibly a good place to revive the party animals in us as it sounds like there is a good few places to ‘dance the night away’ in comparison to the previous few places along the Lonely Planets route planner. – It was once a place used to send the prisoners […]

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Research: Greater Taree

Whilst traveling up the Pacific Highway you have to travel inland through various towns that are counted within the area of Greater Taree. This is probably due to the largest of the towns being called Taree. – Taree town serves the farms of the Manning Valley and has the largest population. – Wingham town is known […]

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I’m just off to Oz

Recently my Facebook feed has exploded with people announcing their engagements. The photo of the ring or the updated relationship status. If they aren’t getting engaged then they are getting married. Have I really reached the acceptable age to get engaged or married? 25 – that is all I am. I have spent a number […]

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Living out of a backpack

This month I have read numerous blog posts about people who have ditched the ‘American Dream’ or ‘London Lifestyle’ in favour of travel. I think my aimless hitting of the like button on travel blogs and companies has created a stream of travel related posts to appear on my Facebook timeline. I cannot really complain […]

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