Nerong Village Via Bulahdelah
My Australian parents live in Nerong Village, N.S.W, Australia. I love this suburban place so very much. I had the very best of my senior high school memories while I was still living with my Aussie family in Nerong Village; my two sisters already married and moved out and they don’t live in Nerong Village no longer but in Perth and Brisbane, so only my parents who are still living in Nerong Village until today.
The houses in Nerong Village are almost like only for summer weekends houses especially for those whose houses are located very near to the water; in other words they really have direct access to the water only like less than 1 minute away. Yes, there is a very long creek, not too small, big enough for boats and such, and it connected to the Bombah Broadwater and Myall Lakes; this creek is called Nerong Creek.
Most of the people who live or own a house in Nerong Village, they also own sailing boats. In Summer, the creek will be noisy with kids, teens, young people and adults, swimming, sun bathing, sailing on the boats, fishing, playing the with Jet Ski and such. On weekends and holidays, there is always a family or group of people somewhere along the creek, gathering, having the famous Aussie barbie (barbecue), tossing beers and just have fun laughing, chattering, together with good companions.
Nerong Village is not that big, so almost everyone knows everyone here even though houses are not located really close and next to each other. Trees are surrounding Nerong Village and it is just good to walk around to have some fresh air. At my Aussie parents’ backyard (they have a big backyard) we are only steps away from the Nerong Creek and across the creek is Myall Lakes National Park. I used to get scared looking at the creek at night especially to the National Park because it gets really dark at night especially bushes in Australia is really tall and dense.
We have lots kangaroos in Nerong Village. Starting at midnight you will see them hopping around especially on our backyard. They are huge, well some of them are still young and small, one even jumped into our house one time and we kept her for awhile, we named her Nancy, but later on we released her (well she sort of hopped out of the house and disappeared he-he). [more]
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