At Moonee Beach

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Moonee Beach from our motorhome

We are doing a quick blog update on our Moonee Beach stay as we are heading south to Coffs Harbour in about an hour or so and we are never quite sure whether we will have reception at our new location.

I know we have said this a million times before about other locations we have visited, but if you are ever in this area, Moonee Beach is worth a couple of days stopover. Moonee Beach is situated approximately 15 km north of Coffs Harbour on Australia’s east coast and is midway between Emerald Beach and Sapphire Beach.  Moonee Beach Reserve (our parkup point) is where Moonee Beach and Moonee Creek meet. While we didn’t get any fishing in (no surprises there), we did go on a couple of walks to the headland via the various boardwalks and bush paths around the Reserve.

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Parked up in the bush at Moonee Beach

I guess what we really loved about our stay here was being able to park up in the bush well away from other campers. We appreciate the ‘social’ aspects of our journey but sometimes it is good to just park up and enjoy the peace and solitude.

Our plan for today is to get to Coffs Harbour and park up at the Coffs Harbour Leagues club. According to our WikiApp information the Club welcomes motorhomers so we are hoping there will be room at their park for us to take advantage of the offer.

More shots of our Moonee Beach stay HERE .

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  1. Tina Berry

    Hey you guys! Was great to have a Skype chat with you while you were here. When we had finished Jesh had already decided your lives were looking far more interesting than his school day and was keen to join you!!! Looks like a beautiful place…

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