Yamba to the Gold Coast!

The Easter School Holidays had us off in the caravan for two weeks.  First stop was Yamba then onto the Gold Coast for a week of fun!   This was certainly a different trip to what we normally take.  We tend to head west away from busy crowds in school holidays but this time we stayed on the coast with everyone else!!   We joked about this trip being the "kid's holiday".  Why you ask?  That would be because of the two caravan parks we stayed at and the enormous [Read more...]

NRMA Treasure Island Holiday Park BIGGERA WATERS – Gold Coast

NRMA Treasure Island Holiday Park, Biggera Waters is an ideal location if you are wanting to explore Surfers Paradise and hit the Theme Parks!  The caravan park is predominately cabin accommodation with around 50 powered tent and caravan sites. The kids are well and truly catered for with ample activities on offer.  These include: 4 resort style swimming pools, one with a slide. 4 spas. Shipwreck shores water park. Outdoor gym. Tennis court. Basketball [Read more...]

YAMBA – Picture Perfect!

We recently had our first visit to Yamba, a gorgeous coastal community in northern New South Wales. Yamba is situated around 1 hour north of Grafton and a short 15 minutes off the Pacific Highway.  Yamba has many beautiful beaches and a stunning coastline to explore - it certainly didn't disappoint! Here is a snapshot of the beauty... We really enjoyed our time in Yamba and it is definitely somewhere we will [Read more...]

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 [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 [Read more...]