Wednesday, 4 January 2012

South West Rocks

South West Rocks is a pretty coastal town, situated at one end of Trial Bay. There are a number of beaches with grassy banks/headland. It has that small holiday town feel with enough shops that you don’t feel isolated and will fill in a mornings meandering if the weather turns bad. There is an old gaol, a lighthouse and some National Park walks – plenty to do. The swell is almost non existent for the next few days so other than a dip to cool off, the beach does not hold the same attraction. At least that means there is a good chance that we will be able to do some of the other things! Colin will also be working a bit each day, so it feels like we have switched from holiday mode to ‘yurting’ mode.

South West Rocks will be a great place to explore for the week that we are here. Our caravan park sits on the shores of the South West Creek and our site backs onto the creek. The view is beautiful; tranquil water, green grass and tall trees.