From Brunswick Heads we meandered down the coast of New South Wales and our next stop brought us to Yamba.
Yamba is an amazing little town with many waterways. Turner’s Beach has amazing rock formations in and out of the water. Take a look…
At the top of Wooli Bay, a paraglider gets ready for take off…
After a few days at Yamba, we continued our journey and stopped at Urunga in the mid north coast of New South Wales. The most attractive feature in Urunga, to my way of thinking is its footbridge which extends out to nearly one kilometre (0.6 of a mile). On the left hand side of the footbridge is the merger of the Kalang and Bellinger Rivers and on the right hand side seen here, is the Urunga Lagoon – when the tide is in.
Part of the Urunga footbridge takes you to the Urunga Lagoon which has Picket Hill Mountain in the background. See below.
At the end of the footbridge is Urunga Heads Beach which is dog friendly and a great walk to reach it. This is the view from the end of the footbridge looking back at land.
Taking it easy now, we stopped at our final destination which is Forster – Tuncurry. A bridge for vehicles and pedestrians crosses Wallis Lake to unite the two towns.
Well, this is the end of our seven month’s travel around Australia. If you’ve joined us (at any stage) thank you and I hope you enjoyed it from the comfort of your home 😊
It has certainly been an amazing experience for us. We retired early to be able to do this while we are fit, able and willing. Mission accomplished and a trip to remember!
My Hump Day Posts continues on Wednesdays and I also take part in the Weekly Photo Challenge on Saturdays. Catch you then 😎