La Perouse Lorne
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... down to a little beach town, Lorne, and soaking up the sun for a few days. The beaches here are incredible and the weather could not have been better. From what we've seen so far the beaches haven't been disgustingly packed, busy, or dirty. Maybe it's because pristine beaches here aren't a dime a dozen so people aren't mental when they see them. I say this now but we haven't been to Bondi Beach or the Gold Coast. In a few weeks I may be singing a different tune ...
... Hawaii spoiled me. These large sandstone rocks were very nice, but I felt the road to Hana had beautiful Garden of Eden rainforests and waterfalls.
We made our way to the seaside town of Lorne. We had the most lovely hostel waiting for us at the Great Ocean Road Cottages. I was quite pleased after booking this place on google on the fly! They had beautiful flowers and tropical birds on the grounds. After a small bowl of soup I ...
... Apostles and finished our day admiring the serene coastline. The 12 Apostles are rocky stacks that have been abandoned in the ocean from a retreating headland. It ended up being a beautiful night and the colours of the cliffs and ocean seemed super saturated from the setting sun. We spent the night at a simple campground in Princetown and drove back to the 12 Apostles the next morning for another look in the mid day sun. We were in luck as it was a beautiful sunny ...
... the start so think there is some competition going on here J.First stop was Bay of Islands where the unofficial ‘amazing race of nations’ was about to begin; our competitors included Germans, Spanish, Australians and English all jostling for position on the string of Great Ocean Road viewing points and so the race began. Bay of Islands was beautiful but no seals spotted unfortunately. Next ...
... Then we got across and slept at Torquay.
It was very wet and cold when we woke up and we went to Phillip Island, there was a track that was called Phillip Island Grand Prix. We went on a ferry and it was to Queenscliff from Sorrento. It wasn’t as bad as what I thought it would be like, it was very smooth. We went out to the front it was very cold and windy, I thought it would be much more windier than what it was.