We’re posting over at our travel blog, Owl Fly Away today, heading somewhere over the rainbow!
We’d spent a lazy morning recuperating from our flight to Sydney and the two hour drive into Port Macquarie the previous evening. We’d managed to stop off at the supermarket on the way, and so we had farm fresh fruits with yoghurt and muesli for breakfast!
Lazy morning with the kids
The kids were energised and ready to head outdoors, so we took a short drive from our holiday cottage in Port Macquarie to Tacking Point Lighthouse, one of the oldest lighthouses in Australia.
Thumper and the Aged P walking to Tacking Point Lighthouse
When we got to the tall rocky headland of Tacking Point, we were greeted by a lovely rainbow arching over the sea. The children delighted in running over the grassy knolls just next to the roadside parking area.
The tiny blue and white lighthouse is easily assessable from the carpark, and there’s also a viewing platform…
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