Diary, June 2019 – RTBU Holiday Park

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These pictures are published by the RTBU. We stayed in the RTBU Holiday Park from May 31st to June 2nd. On the way home we stopped at the Lone Pine, where I took the chance to dip my feet into the water for a while!!

https://www.visitnsw.com/destinations/south-coast/jervis-bay-and-shoalhaven/jervis-bay/accommodation/rtbu-holiday-park

RTBU Holiday Park

Overview

“Holiday accommodation within Booderee National Park (Ellmoos Road Jervis Bay).

There are 14 self contained cabins which each sleep six. You must supply own linen.

Facilities include an undercover barbecue area, tennis court and the property is readily accessible to the inlet and beach. Cabins contain queen size bed, two single beds and bunk beds in sleep out, fridge, cooking and eating utensils, oven, microwave, cooktop and television.

Owned and operated by the Rail Tram and Bus Union, discount rates apply for union members. General public bookings welcome.

To book or check availability, please contact the RTBU head office on the number provided.”

In the following pictures you can see the Sussex Inlet in the background:

 

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This water felt so good: It is a great memory!!

 

8 thoughts on “Diary, June 2019 – RTBU Holiday Park

  1. So good to see you again Aunty Uta! Love the picture of you with your feet in the lovely clear water, what a peaceful place to spend a few days, hope you had a blissful time.

  2. Good to see you too, dear Munira! πŸ™‚
    On the way out from the Holiday Park it is possible to stop at a few places near the Inlet. Even though we did stop only for a fairly brief time at the Lone Pine spot, I managed to put my feet into this lovely water. I was very happy about this! Another good thing about this particular spot was, that it was far away from the open sea and without any of that nasty very cold winter wind. πŸ™‚
    The Holiday Park itself was free of wind too, for it is protected by lots of bush. There are only a few steps from the Park to the Inlet. But this is where the Inlet approaches the sea, and therefore it was extremely windy near the water that is close to the Park. We stayed at the Holiday Park for two nights only. But I can say it was indeed a blissful time spent with the family! πŸ™‚

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