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Romantic Walk by the Beach

On our last day at Tea Gardens, we drove to Jimmys Beach located at Hawks Nest, for our final stroll before leaving for Sydney. Much to our delight, the beach was clean, peaceful and deserted! We must have chosen the right time to visit. The weather that day was a blissful change from the day…

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A Taste of Ocean Breeze

After a couple of meals of steak and ribs in Tea Gardens, we decided it was time for a change. I was in the mood for something Asian, and we started searching for it. Situated along the beautiful Marine Drive, was a Chinese restaurant named Ocean Breeze. It looked romantically lit up at night, facing…

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Hog’s Breath Cafe

During our day trip at Nelson Bay, we finally tried one of Sydney’s popular steak place – the Hog’s Breath Cafe. This chain of restaurant is available in many major suburbs around Sydney so it really sort of didn’t make sense that we chose this place when we were all the way at Nelson Bay!…

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A Day at Nelson Bay

During our mini baby moon, we took a ferry from Tea Gardens to Nelson Bay to spend the day there. Nelson Bay is located on the southern shore of Port Stephens and is a popular location for dolphin or whale watching, fishing, diving and other water activities. Unfortunately, during the time that we were there,…

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Mystery Device Revealed

In my previous post, I mentioned that I had the opportunity to try out a new device to capture pictures under low light. What impressed me was its performance worthy of a good quality point-and-shoot camera, but in a super slim handheld mobile phone. Mobile phone cameras have come a long way indeed, and to…

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Ferry from Tea Gardens to Nelson Bay

On our second day at Tea Gardens, we woke up early to catch the ferry to Nelson Bay. We did not initially plan to go to Nelson Bay, until we saw a voucher included with our motel stay that provided a 2 for 1 return ferry ticket for AUD$20. That’s quite a deal considering the…

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Waterfront Bistro

Tea Gardens is really a small town, so exploring the town centre took us barely an hour. But that’s also what makes this quaint little town special and charming. It was as if you knew each corner of the town within a few hours of being there, and felt a sense of closeness to it….

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