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With 17 stellar swimming and surfing beaches, Port Macquarie, NSW is a crown jewel along Australia’s Legendary Pacific Coast. It’s also home to the world’s first hospital dedicated solely to the care and preservation of koalas.
We’re staying at our 3rd excellent Big4 Holiday Park, and we also spotted camels on the beach in Port Macquarie, which was a bit of a surprise! We were not, however, surprised to spot goannas, which are huge monitor lizards. Look for both camels & a goanna in the video.
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