Kylie’s Beach Campground

Kylie's Beach Campground is situated in Crowdy Bay National Park, around 45 mins south of Port Macquarie. It's a peaceful campground with plenty of grassy sites available.  The sites are not marked but the area caters for around 70 campers. The campground is only 200 metres from the beach itself.  Kylie's Beach is a gorgeous spot for a walk, swim or to throw in a line.  You are able to access the beach by 4WD from the Kylie's Beach car park.  Bear in mind you need a beach [Read more...]

MACLEAN… the Scottish town in NSW

MACLEAN is a small town on the banks of the Clarence River around 50kms north of Grafton and a short 3 minute drive off the Pacific Highway. On a recent holiday to Yamba we ventured to Maclean for a wee look around.  TARTAN POWER POLES Shortly after leaving the Highway you are greeted with tartan poles and they line the side of the road right into the township.  Leading up to the year 2000 a local artist painted The Tartan Power Poles to coincide with the arrival of [Read more...]

ANGOURIE, New South Wales

ANGOURIE is a small coastal village just 6kms to the east of Yamba in New South Wales. Famous for its surf beaches and fresh water pools, it makes a popular spot for swimming and has a stunning coastline to explore. Prior to our trip, a number of people had told us to visit Angourie Pools, so that was first on our list. BLUE AND GREEN POOLS There are two fresh water pools in the area.  Angourie Blue Pool is accessible from the car park at the end of The Crescent.  A short walk [Read more...]

Big 4 Saltwater Holiday Park, YAMBA

Our stay at Big 4 Saltwater Yamba was slightly different to what we originally booked but still fine despite the changes.  We had initially booked on one of their unpowered riverside campsites. Upon arrival we were advised that due to the torrential rain they had over the few weeks leading up to our stay, we could no longer set up down by the river as it was very wet!  Several other campers were in the same position as us and the park had designated an area that was not usually a [Read more...]