Sunday, June 20, 2010
Enjoy the warmth of the North Coast with CountryLink
Escape the chill of the southern winter and head north with CountryLink by taking advantage of CountryLink’s travel packages to the NSW North Coast.
With hundreds of white sandy beaches - many with their own resident dolphins, sub-tropical rainforests, world class restaurants and wineries, local arts and crafts, there is something to suit everybody and their budget. There's also a host of activities as diverse as white water rafting, bushwalking, fishing and shopping.
CountryLink Deputy General Manager Customer Service Nadine Clench said travelling to the North Coast was a great way to warm up before the return of spring.
“CountryLink is the cheapest and safest way to get to the sunny North Coast, where visitors have a unique opportunity to experience the natural beauty of pristine beaches, great food and friendly people,” Ms Clench said.
“The centres dotted along the North Coast contain many sights and activities that can be enjoyed by the whole family, so why not turn up fresh and relaxed by travelling with CountryLink.”
CountryLink also offers a number of travel packages to the North Coast:
4 day/3 night packages include:
· Port Stephens from $491 per person*
· Port Macquarie from $295 per person*
· Coffs Harbour from $305 per person*
· Byron Bay from $320 per person*
· Tweed Heads from $383 per person*
* Offer based on per person twin share with economy class rail from Sydney. Valid 1 June to 31 August 2010. Prices subject to change without notice.
CountryLink also offers a special fare for those not purchasing holiday packages. Pay no more than $55 one way between Sydney and any northern NSW location.
CountryLink also operates three daily XPT train services to the NSW North Coast connecting Sydney with Grafton, Casino and Brisbane. Coaches connect from selected services at Broadmeadow for The Great Lakes, at Wauchope for Port
Macquarie and at Casino for Lismore, Byron Bay, Tweed Heads, the Gold Coast and Brisbane. CountryLink coaches connect at Grafton for Glen Innes and Moree, and also for Maclean, Yamba and Ballina.
Book your North Coast holiday package today. Call 13 28 29 or visit the website www.countrylink.info .
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