Warners Bay Bed and Breakfast
Warner's Bay Bed and Breakfast offers three rooms, one with ensuite and two with a shared bathroom. A hearty full English breakfast is included. There are many restaurants within easy walking distance for other meals.
The Great North Walk Companion extract- page 3
The first people: The first Australians, the Aboriginal or indigenous People, arrived in the north of Australia between 70,000 and 50,000 years ago. They probably walked across a land bridge from what is now Indonesia or perhaps came by canoe. Trade and cultural exchanges continued between these new Australians and their ancestral families in the north for many generations. Over time some indigenous people moved south, travelling across Australia’s interior by what seemed to the Europeans who came much later to be magic. Although some groups chose to live a wandering life in the deserts, many more inhabited the Australian shoreline.