Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Coffs Harbour, New South Wales

We moved onto Coffs Harbour in NSW stayed in the same caravan park and even the same site!
Each day ducks came to visit at the same time for a feed, they would sit themselves down until fed.








What a glorious ride these horses and ponies would have had that day in Winter 2017.


36 comments:

  1. Gorgeous!

    I mounted a horse once. In Brazil, for about 5 minutes, enough time for a picture!
    My daughter loves horseback riding.

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  2. Doesn't take long for some species of duck to quickly realize that the presence of humans means food.

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  3. Beautiful ducks and beautiful views.

    All the best Jan

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  4. Si le echas comida, ya te has ganado su amistad. Son preciosos los patos.

    Me gustan los bellos paisajes y el segundo es maravilloso.

    Besos

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  5. It looks absolutely glorious. And I love that the ducks have worked out that people can be useful.

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  6. I love seeing horses and ducks.

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  7. The ducks are great and such a clear photo. The partly natural and partly made sea water pool is good.

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    1. These photos were taken with my camera Andrew..a Nikon D7 100

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  8. Coffs has a pretty big race carnival so those horses could be race horses
    coming back to stables after a wade in the surf and a gallop on the sand. Leg
    strengthening exercises!
    Then maybe could be an equestrian group.
    Plenty to do around the Coffs Harbour area and far cheaper than Noosa!!!!!!!
    Good report and photos........that beach is sure long.
    Colin

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    1. They probably are race horses as there were in the sea - next post :)
      Rather nice at Coffs, a cousin and his wife live there.

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  9. Funny how many times ducks know exactly where and when to be fed.

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  10. LOVE all those breaking waves coming in :)

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  11. The beach is so beautiful and the water has such glorious colours.

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    1. Certainly is a wonderful beach, there is an old jetty which is lovely and a rather nice beach where the jetty is, but it's not easy to walk to for my husband and hard to find a parking place.

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  12. Again, glorious photos, Margaret. I've only been to Coffs Harbour once back in the early 80s...and was just passing through...stayed one night only.

    What amazed and interested me was what appeared to be the main street filled with little eateries/restaurants, wall to wall, all the way down it towards the water. From memory they appeared to be just on the one side of the street...the street was quite long and was on an incline.

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    1. There are still some coffee shop on the way to the main beach, that beach front is all being reconstructed, so goodness knows what will happen with all the coffee shops.

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  13. well mannered ducks indeed :)

    third photo is breath holding,soo beautiful!!!

    i would love to ride the horse but it should not run like in race

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    1. You could ride a horse and just have it trot or canter.

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