Here are some more pictures I took in the BIG4 Nambucca Beach Holiday Park. It is just the right sort of park for family holidays.
This is what I wrote about our long walk along the beach at Nambucca Heads:
“Early in the morning we went for a walk along the beach in our toe shoes. Later on on that day we had a beautiful warm 30 Degrees Celsius. The beach was just lovely so early in the morning. We saw quite a few people walking along there, some with a dog or two. Several people started a conversation with us. One man said that he was from Melbourne. Another man had a dog that was part dingo. the man said the dog was very shy of people and was only one year old. Near where our camp was, there was a lot of driftwood.”
We actually reached this beach from a place called Swimming Creek Beach. I did show this in pictures here:
And I have still some more September photos that I have not published yet. Sometimes I think it is not right to publish so many photos. Maybe I should restrict myself to selecting only a few photos. Just to select a few photos so as to remember what I would like to remember! So, now here are some more photos from that lookout at Nambucca Heads:
We were lucky that we were able to buy a bit of wine on a Sunday morning shopping spree.
This was the place to go to early in the morning. One mother waved to me from the solar heated pool. As soon as I joined her in the pool, she started a very friendly conversation. I turned out she was American but married to an Australian and living with her family in Brisbane. She said she liked New South Wales. Her children were somewhere around the pool too. She said they stayed in a cabin, but during their next holidays she would love to stay in one of the camping places of the park.
I had a look around. The park facilities are indeed great. Besides showers, toilets, laundry, there’s also a well equipped kitchen and barbecue places and playgrounds for the children. Early one morning I went around the park taking lots of pictures of all the facilities. So here I go again with heaps of pictures!