Friday, 22 December 2017

Nambucca Heads | Roadtripping Australia

Nambucca Heads | Roadtripping Australia
 As expected, I have fallen waaaay behind on my posting but Ollie and I just got back from the most epic road trip and I can't wait to share it all with you! If you follow me on Instagram, you've already got a pretty good idea of what we've been up to, but I'll go into much more detail here.


I'm going to go in order of the places we visited along the way (at least the ones we took photos at when the weather permitted) and this stop was Nambucca Heads. Neither of us had heard of this town before we started our research but it turns out to be a beautiful little holiday town that is surrounded by the most stunning coastline. We only stayed one night here as we weren't too sure what to expect, but I think we could have easily done 2 and had our days filled. The one night gave us enough time to check out the V-wall that has all the colorful painted rocks, take a nice long walk along the beaches and have a home-cooked meal in our cabin. Like I said, the place is stunning and I would have loved to check out the town and there's meant to be a nice little hike that overlooks the beach, but with our schedule we could only spare the one night here.

We stayed in a holiday park called the Big 4 Nambucca Heads Holiday Park and it was perfect. Great location, great price, decent little cabin. We actually stayed in these Big 4 holiday parks on quite a few of our stops and they were pretty incredible. This one probably had the best location of all of them because you could literally see the beach from it. It is far from luxury, but that goes for most of the places we stayed at so it's no surprise. And I think the price was just under $100 AUD so you can't be mad at that!

We arrived in the early afternoon from Port Macquarie and checked into our cabin straight away, had a bit of lunch and then headed out to explore the area. From the holiday park, you can walk straight out to the v wall and then around to the beach, which is what we did. From that point, it looked like there was just a small little beach, but the you go past some beautiful big rock formations and you're struck by some of Australia's classic endless beaches. There were people swimming in the water but it was a bit too cool for us on this day. I think mid December would have been a bit warmer but we were happy exploring on land for now.

I'm sure most people could have fit quite a few more things into a day but Ollie and I can wander along a beach for hours -- especially when it's as long and beautiful as this one. We opted to get groceries at the nearby Woolworths and make our own dinner that night as we had use of a full kitchen so unfortunately I can't recommend any restaurants. It did look like there were quite a few options in town though, but nothing in walking distance to the holiday park. It's quite a hilly town anyway so driving might be worth it.

I'm so happy we took the chance in this little town and saw a place we would probably never have otherwise seen. If you're heading up the coast, Nambucca Heads is definitely worth a visit!
Nambucca Heads | Roadtripping Australia
Nambucca Heads | Roadtripping Australia
Nambucca Heads | Roadtripping Australia
Nambucca Heads | Roadtripping Australia
Nambucca Heads | Roadtripping Australia
Nambucca Heads | Roadtripping Australia
Nambucca Heads | Roadtripping Australia
Nambucca Heads | Roadtripping Australia
Nambucca Heads | Roadtripping Australia
WHAT I WORE:

Free People Dress
Ray-Ban Sunnies

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