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The Roadtrip Diaries – Exploring caves, sandboarding, fishing & magical sunset!

Hey guys you want to go explore a sea cave? A few puzzled looks but the group agrees.

Pebbly Beach in Crescent Head
Pebbly Beach in Crescent Head

We make out way down a steep, slippery goat track down to the rocks below. The tide was too high to enter via the main entrance so we opt for the backdoor..The travellers look at a narrow passage and question whether or not this is a good idea but are assured that  it’s safe. The guide enters and the travellers follow.

Pierre in the sea cave
Pierre from France in the sea cave

This is something you would never think of to do or be able to find that’s why it’s always best to travel with a local when you’re in another country.

The water tanks at Crescent Head Golf Course
The water tanks at Crescent Head Golf Course

After getting dirty climbing through the sea cave we took the road again stopping in Forster for lunch, we shared some cock + bull by the river.

Lunch by the river in Forster enjoyed with our favourite wine Cock + Bull
Lunch by the river in Forster enjoyed with our favourite wine Cock + Bull

After, we hit the skatepark to shred some concrete.

Perrick from france carving the Tuncurry skatepark
Perrick from france carving the Tuncurry skatepark

In the afternoon we went to one mile beach and tackled the massive sand dunes! lot’s of injuries went down but we didn’t care we were living in the moment and having so much fun!

Sandboarding the dunes at One Mile beach
Sand boarding the dunes at One Mile beach
Pierre moments before bailing on his run
Pierre moments before bailing on his run

We enjoyed the sunset on Wallis Lake, more cock + bull and a spot of fishing a perfect end to an action packed day of adventure!

The crew enjoy the sunset over Wallis Lake
The crew enjoy the sunset over Wallis Lake
Phillip from Austria fishing in the Wallis Lake
Phillip from Austria fishing in the Wallis Lake

 

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The Roadtrip Diaries – Our visit to Nimbin..Not what you’d expect!

An old lady trying to sell you hash cookies, witnessing very casual drug deals going down in alley ways,  Batista’s pulling cones while making  our coffees are all thing you could expect in a place like Nimbin. But, we had a different trip.. We Camped out the night at Nimbin show grounds.

Camping at the Nimbin Showgrounds a cheap alternative.
Camping at the Nimbin Showgrounds a cheap alternative.

In the morning the guys were keen to head into town, we scouted for a parking spot and in the process stumbled upon the Nimbin skate park, we spontaneously decided to shred some crete. It was fun skating with our swedish friends.

Undoubtedly one of the best skate parks on the East coast of Australia.
Undoubtedly one of the best skate parks on the East coast of Australia.

After an intense session, we worked up quite a sweat. A local told us that we could cool off in the community pool right next to the skate park, even better it was free!

Cooling off and playing with the beach ball at the nimbin's free pool
Cooling off and playing with the beach ball at the Nimbin’s free pool
Jonah and Hannah from Sweden doing some pool gymnastics
Jonah and Hannah from Sweden doing some pool gymnastics

After having a wander in town and some lunch we decided to hit the road again. A local tipped us off about a local swimming hole with a tree swing we were sold and decided to try our luck and discover it for ourselves.

An amazing secluded waterhole just outside of Nimbin
An amazing secluded waterhole just outside of Nimbin

Well, If we weren’t spontaneous travellers we probably would have had expectations and this definitely exceeded it tenfold. You could imagine how we felt not having any to begin with..Pummmmmped!

Jonah walking out on the deadlog jump
Jonah walking out on the deadlog jump

Woah! This setup was crazy, 20 mtr high jungle swing into a big open swimming hole.

Jonah from Sweden braces as he launches out on the 20 metre high rope swing
Jonah from Sweden braces as he launches out on the 20 metre high rope swing

This was the highlight for the Swedes during their trip.

Erik from Sweden take on the Jungle swing.
Erik from Sweden take on the Jungle swing.

There was a small cascade and a natural diving board in the form of a dead log extending out from the rock, a perfect platform for backflips.

Hannah from Sweden, the backflip queen of Hanging Rock
Hannah from Sweden, the backflip queen of Hanging Rock
Jonah from Sweden, Backflip off the deadlog jump
Jonah from Sweden, Backflip off the deadlog jump

I definitely felt like we had the all round Nimbin experience and you can see why the locals love and proud of where they live, it definitely is a very unique and special place unlike any other.

The gang take a moment to enjoy the sunset south of Nimbin
The gang take a moment to enjoy the sunset south of Nimbin. 

 

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