Travel Blogs from Warrnambool, Australia

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Whale nursery at Logans Beach, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia travel blog

Whale nursery at Logans Beach

A travel blog entry by jawad

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... past Port Campbell). Some of the limestone cliffs along Port Campbell National Park more impressive than 12 Apostles. Arrived in Warrnambool and headed for Logans Beach for whale watching (2 spotted a fortnight ago). They give birth here during the ...

Australia - Warrnambool, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Australia - Warrnambool

A travel blog entry by gonetilwhenever

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... end of the 13 week journey the ship encountered bad weather and, carried way off course, crashed into the rocks just east of Warrnambool. Only 2 people survived. After the film we were taken down to a replica village (PIC) which was then subjected to a ...

Off the Bus! On the Bus!, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Off the Bus! On the Bus!

A travel blog entry by wanderlustcat

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... across a road to the hole, and the sign saying "Beware golfers hitting over the road" has been defaced, and left defaced by the locals, to say "Beware golfers shitting over the road." Seventh: lunch, finally, in Warrnambool. And the day has just ...

On the Search for Seafood!, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

On the Search for Seafood!

A travel blog entry by jackie_n_james

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... good seafood and our brochures named three towns along the way that were suppose to be the southern rock lobster capitals of Australia (according to the brochures anyway) but they were very small towns and didn't have much for seafood restaraunts or else ...

Great Ocean Road, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by vine_hooligans

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The road between Adelaide and Mount Gambier as we previously wrote is nothing much to 'write home about'. From Mount Gambier to Melbourne you pass through a much more picturesque stretch of road know as the Great Ocean Road and (for any South Africans it ...

Wild Warrnambool and my Birthday, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Wild Warrnambool and my Birthday

A travel blog entry by martinandkate

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... through a town which relies on it's famous tree or famous monument to draw in the tourists and you just plough right through though. Warrnambool. Nice town to drive through. On the A1, pretty much the start of the Great Ocean Road. Good weather (after ...

Steamage, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia travel blog

Steamage

A travel blog entry by scottwoz

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Day One: - Carrum Downs - Geelong - Colac - Warrnambool Waiting for the weather to improve was never going to work, we had to bite the bullet. By the time we left Cobba Palace it was almost noon, the extended goodbyes and cheeky last minute gifts all ...

Warnambool, Warnambool, Australia travel blog

Warnambool

A travel blog entry by rbisset

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The Great Ocean Road Part 2, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

The Great Ocean Road Part 2

A travel blog entry by sylviajason

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...  The sun made a better late than never appearance about an hour before dusk.  We stopped at the whale watching platform in Warrnambool but there were none to be seen.  After two rainy nights in the car we checked into a comfy hostel for the ...

Mad about Marvellous Melbourne, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Mad about Marvellous Melbourne

A travel blog entry by andrewanderica

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... Treasury and Fitzroy gardens which are home to Captain Cook’s parents cottage which was shipped from Yorkshire over to Australia in barrels and rebuilt in Melbourne.  In the same gardens is a strange miniature Tudor village and alongside it an ...

Great Ocean Road, 12 Apostles, Australia travel blog

Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by supertrampz

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************************************ Saturday 3rd January Two Day Tour of Grampians and Great Ocean Road: up at 6am, didnt get to Halls gap till 7pm. 12 hours on the road with about 9 hours of driving. Some people do a day tour return to ...

Warrnambool, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Warrnambool

A travel blog entry by ieeworldvoyage

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... camping... most bush campsites don’t have water nor electricity... the price to pay for being free I guess! Corinne 11 Mars Warrnambool Pendant que Lance et Roman sont allés chercher Fabyan au train (il était chez un ami à Melbourne), j’ai ...

A lovely day for a drive, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

A lovely day for a drive

A travel blog entry by jennandpaul

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Driving day today from Victor Harbor to Warnambool.  Looked like a great spot for a cycle tour with wide open roads, rolling hills and small towns for coffee breaks. ...

Great Ocean Road Drive, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Great Ocean Road Drive

A travel blog entry by templei

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... Street, stopped at TOrquay and Lorne and headed for the Great Ocean Road, played monopoly, cheat and won! Day two drove to Warrnambool, past Erskine falls, tiger snake, Rich shit himself and cut his toe, very funny. also 12 apostles, plus other places ...

Parade of Nations, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Parade of Nations

A travel blog entry by jmv146

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Friday we beat an inexperienced but relentless China team 114-0.  The boys from San Diego went well with Brando helping himself to three goals and making the most of his time in the forward line.  Viking and Donnie played as solid as expected ...

Great Ocean Road, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by littlebylittle

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... tourist highway. We finished off in Adelaide and took an afternoon flight back to Perth to meet up with all the relatives and say goodbye to Australia :-( This country is so vast we drove 1300 Km's in 3 days and it only looks like a tiny bit on the ...

Warrnambool, 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge etc, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Warrnambool, 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge etc

A travel blog entry by dhgt

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Moving on again, ending the Great Ocean Road in Warrnambool.  On the way we stopped to see the twelve apostles (huge rocks in the sea) these are the most stunning views ever.  We saw Loch Ard Gorge ( a bay) and the Arch (an arch in roch) and the ...

Driving the Great Ocean Road, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Driving the Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by jonathan.felix

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... you are here anyway.  Enjoy!   Day 43) Drove the entire Great Ocean Road which occupies the southeastern tip of Australia.  It was 300 kilometers and took quite a while since the road winds back and forth with hairpin turns and you are ...

Great Ocean Road 01/2/14-04/2/14, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Great Ocean Road 01/2/14-04/2/14

A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris

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... Rory and the Irish girls, Sue, June and Maria hired themselves an amazing Kiss camper van. We drove along the main highway to Warrnambool which is the other side of Great Ocean Road from Melbourne so we could work our way back. Warranambool was quite a ...

The Great Ocean Road, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

The Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by samandchantal

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... We extended our trip to Warrnambool to catch up with two good friends.  Will (from Ledbury) and his girlfriend Liz (from Warrnambool - and Ledbury recently) are both living back out here in Australia.  It was so good to catch up with ...

Dasedag forenden af Great Ocean Road, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Dasedag forenden af Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by fam.straede

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Af Dorthe Vækkeuret ringede klokken 7.00. Det var blæsende, regnfuld og kun 12 grader udenfor, så vi hyggede os alle i sengene til kl. 7.30 inden vi stod op. Efter et tiltrængt og varmt bad, som kunne varme os lidt op efter er kølig nat i ...

... and A Scenic Walk, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

... and A Scenic Walk

A travel blog entry by travelbuggie

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My stop in Warrnambool was a quick one, just overnight before heading back to Melbourne. The hostel was quite nice and was located  near the beach, and I went for a hike along the rocky shore. I watched the movie “Bridesmaids” and had ...

blue lakes, Mt gambier, Australia travel blog

blue lakes

A travel blog entry by eddandalice

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The Great Ocean Road, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

The Great Ocean Road

A travel blog entry by westwoods

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So to the Great Ocean Road, one of the things on our list of must do's. Wow what a drive, so yet again we think we'll just give you the photo's and you can make up your own mind. Each time we stopped to look at a viewpoint we thought, "how can it be any ...

Warrnambool, flagstaff hill maritime village, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Warrnambool, flagstaff hill maritime village

A travel blog entry by dhgt

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... . For lunch we surprised George by taking him to Flagstaff Maritime Village.  This is an entire village recreating colonial australia, with shops and a school and bank etc a bay and people walking around in colonial dress, they walk around giving ...

No whales either, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

No whales either

A travel blog entry by coralee

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There is such a beautiful beach in Warrnambool beach. There is a Whale watching platform and apparently there are often sightings of whales in the area, but we didn't see any. Sightings are more likely in July - September as that's when the whales are in ...

Great Ocean Road Trip!, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Great Ocean Road Trip!

A travel blog entry by sarah.hatton

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... Loch Ard Gorge, The Grotto and Thunder Cave.  After lots of sightseeing of amazing rock formations, we carried on driving to Warrnambool. Arrived at our hostel, and were greeted by the manager, who told us there would be homemade soup served in a ...

Heard of it... where is it?, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Heard of it... where is it?

A travel blog entry by thommo-travels

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... getting really cold by the time we got out so straight to the showers for the kiddlies. All in all, a really comfortable night in Warrnambool and the Fig Tree gets a tick from us! We took off the following morning, to hit the official start of The Great ...

Warrnambool, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Warrnambool

A travel blog entry by bathoztrip

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We spent two nights at Warrnambool. It was a pretty place on the coast with an amazing free adventure playground for the kids right near our caravan park. Glenn and the kids had a great day at the park while I got into some Christmas shopping. Harry and ...

Warrnambool, Warrnambool, Australia travel blog

Warrnambool

A travel blog entry by astridandgijs

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In Warrnambool lopen we een rondje van de camping, over de kliffen naar Thunder Point. Daar hebben we een prachtig uitzicht, we zien er alleen niet alle dieren die staan aangegeven op het bordje. Het kan natuurlijk niet altijd feest zijn hè? Van Thunder ...

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