Travel Blogs from Yanakie, Australia

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Small Town Driver in a Big City, Yanakie, Australia travel blog

Small Town Driver in a Big City

A travel blog entry by jackie_n_james

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After waking up outside of the gas station (don't believe a trucker when he tells you it's not a roofie) we headed to the Warribee mansion that was built in the mid 1800's and went for a stroll around the grounds. People sure had alot of money back then ...

Wilsons Promontory, Yanakie, Australia travel blog

Wilsons Promontory

A travel blog entry by ccaraian

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...  coast road, through the beautiful villages and towns of Kilcunda, Wonthaggi, Cape Paterson, Inverloch and Venus Bay to Yanakie, just outside the entrance to Wilsons Promontory National Park, where we will be staying in a cosy cabin ...

Yarra Bulga National Park, Yanakie, Australia travel blog

Yarra Bulga National Park

A travel blog entry by ccaraian

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... Park. The Tarra and Cyathea Falls are set in beautiful temperate rainforest, remnants of 20 million years ago, when Australia was much closer to the South Pole.The tree ferns and Myrtle Beech trees form an environment in which dinosaurs ...

Lakes Entrance - Yanakie, Yanakie, Australia travel blog

Lakes Entrance - Yanakie

A travel blog entry by jwd

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... und ein Fahrzeug mit Allradantrieb, um uns aus dem Sand zu ziehen. Die Polizei Dein Freund und Helfer. Weiter nach Yanakie. Und diese Unterkunft war wirklich das krasse Kontrastprogramm zu dem, was wir bisher an diesem Tag erlebt haben. Wunderschöne ...

Kempovani na jihu - Wilsons prom, Yanakie, Austrálie travel blog

Kempovani na jihu - Wilsons prom

A travel blog entry by inoxcrom

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Odjezd na kempovani zacal relativne pomalu...ikdyz jsme taam chteli byt brzo, nijak jmse nespechali a pekne si vsechno nabalili...realne jsem pouzili a snedli sotva polovinu veci, ale je lepsi byt pripraven. Po ceste lesem Kiki zahlidla neco u cesty, ...

Most Southerly Point of the Australian Mainland, Yanakie, Australia travel blog

Most Southerly Point of the Australian Mainland

A travel blog entry by mallicks

After a crappy night sleep due to those bloody truck horns we are heading for Wilsons Prom which is located on the Victorian coast at the most southernly point of the australian mainland. We managed to book 1 night bush camp spot at Shallow Inlet (cost ...

Building the shed, Yanakie, Australia travel blog

Building the shed

A travel blog entry by margd

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The weekend at Sandy Point began with a tricky transport job. No disasters on the way, fortunately. BTW we aren't really at Yanakie, just as we weren't really in the middle of Lake Burley Griffin while blogging in Canberra! The map on this program is ...

Day 2, Yanakie, Australia travel blog

Day 2

A travel blog entry by jonshorter

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... ;                 Fish Creek turnoff at Yanakie to Mirboo North ...

Emu spotting, Yanakie, Australia travel blog

Emu spotting

A travel blog entry by ccaraian

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 We did a nature walk on the plain we could see from Vereker Lookout a couple of days ago where we observed a flock of emus, only the second time we've seen them in the wild. We spent the afternoon on a nearly deserted beach enjoying ...

Our first Beach Visit, Yanakie, Australia travel blog

Our first Beach Visit

A travel blog entry by mallicks

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On Friday we took a drive to Wilsons Promontory National Park, it is a beautiful drive with great swimming spots along the way, we find a perfect beach (Picnic Beach), the sand is clean soft and white and the water is a crystal clear blue colour. We have ...

Wilsons Promontory, Yanakie, Australia travel blog

Wilsons Promontory

A travel blog entry by ccaraian

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 Back in Wilsons Promontory National Park today we walked to Millers Landing, where mangroves are exposed at low tide, and after that up to Vedeker Lookout, from where we could see all of Corner Inlet, the bay where we're staying, as ...

Wilsons Promontory, Yanakie, Australia travel blog

Wilsons Promontory

A travel blog entry by ccaraian

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 The scenery in the Park is spectacular, with huge granite boulders and white sand beaches. We hiked to Squeaky Beach (the sand squeaks under your feet), and along the Lilly Pilly Gully Trail. The birdsong and wildflowers were ...

Exploring the hinterland, Yanakie, Australia travel blog

Exploring the hinterland

A travel blog entry by ccaraian

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 We drove into the hinterland to a little town called Mirboo North, where we took a hike called the Lyre Bird Walk, which showed how quickly the bush can regenerate after fire, which it suffered in 2009. Unfortunately, we have only ...

Cape Liptrap National Park, Yanakie, Australia travel blog

Cape Liptrap National Park

A travel blog entry by ccaraian

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 A tremendously strong wind blew all night and all day, exacerbating a bush fire we spotted in the Park. We drove to Sandy Point to take the Roy Henderson Walk and from there to Walkerville, where we walked through the bush before ...

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