North Narrabeen NSW

Lakeside Caravan Park

Traveled up to Narrabeen Lakeside Caravan Park via Sydney from Gundagai which was one of those forgetful “car GPS goes haywire” types of trips; going up one way streets and then over the Sydney Harbour Bridge when we should have gone through the tunnels. As they say – “we took the scenic route” and arrived 20 minutes behind our travelling buddies.

 

Once settled into this beautiful caravan park (maplink) we really started to enjoy the view of the lake and the serenity of the place. Caught up with some friends as well while we were there. We even had some nosy ducks coming around each day and we finally weakened and gave them a bit of a feed – naughty I know but they were really funny; check out video below

A day around Sydney

We’ve been to Sydney sooo many times but you will still always find something new and interesting in this wonderful city.

As mentioned in the previous post; we really struck it lucky with Narrabeen Lakeside Caravan Park. The views from the park were fantastic and you could just walk over the road to the beach.

We caught up with friends on Neil & Sharon’s at The Collaroy in Pittwater Road (maplink) for a great lunch overlooking the beach. For those with a 70’s clothing styles, the restaurant is owned by the “Merivale Group” from the House of Merivale & Mr John days. (check out TripAdvisor for reviews)

Off to Summer Bay to check out the home of “Home & Away” (maplink)

Then another lunch at The Newport (maplink) which is a group of eateries overlooking the Pittwater harbour. A spectacular place to sit, eat, drink a few beers and take in the view. A definite new favourite for our future visits . (check out TripAdvisor for reviews)

Finished our day trips around Sydney with an afternoon tea at the Bella Vista Cafe on Sydney’s North Head (maplink) with glorious views over Sydney Heads and back to the city.

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