This site gives us easy access to the water and more importantly it gives our solar panels enough light until the sun sets. We have booked for seven nights and plan to just relax with walks along the beach and include plenty of swimming.
It was lovely to meet Karen and Ken, who follow our blog and recognized our 4WD and van. They were first time visitors to Arakoon after reading one of our blog entries and have recently taken a tour at the Bushtracker factory. Their plan is to place an order in the not too distant future. We mentioned how we print our blog trips as hard cover coffee table books. They were interested in the address, so here it is:blogspot.sharedbook.com/blog2print/googleblogger/index.html
Its the first time in many years of coming here we have had seven beautiful sunny days, the only downside is the camp area has never looked so dry.
One day returning to our campsite after shopping in South West Rocks we followed a Bushtracker heading to Arakoon. Nina and Greg in their 20' BT were passing through on their way home to Newcastle and popped in for a chat.
Apart from the goal another historic site is a German graves monument perched on a hill just over 1 km from the goal.
During our stay we enjoyed a breakfast and lunch at the restaurant within the park. The restaurant is also open for dinner on Friday and Saturday nights.