May Park Executive Apartments
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... one day. "Your tyres need rotating, or you've got front-wheel-bearing problems mate". A mechanics inspection in the next country town found Kevin was spot-on thus relieving my savings account of $700 for new bearings, wheel rotation and alignment. The next great attraction was only 60km from the lake without water. " Yes, Victoria you certainly know how to offer the best of attractions in your little state", I mumbled to myself as I arrived at Halls Gap in the ...
This is one big country. We left Gary and Sue (thanks for putting us up or is it putting up with us!!) and headed east towards Melbourne. We made about halfway and decided to stop in Horsham, which appears to be the grain capital of Australia, well at least the were loads of fields and grain silos. Couldn't see any cement ...
... is considered one of the top beaches in the world! The secluded beaches are good for all types of activities like kayaking, sailing, fishing, bushwalking (hiking), rock-climbing and just viewing the great scenery.
I took the 2 hour hike up to the top of the mountain to get a view of the Wineglass Bay. The day was not as clear as I hoped, but the view was spectacular just the same. The white beaches against the ...
This morning Danny went to the dawn service here at Horsham. It was extremely cold, down to 3 degrees. He returned and just couldn't warm up; he had to jump back in to bed. Anyway we had a slow morning; pancakes were on the menu for breakfast. We then went in to town; had a walk through the botanic gardens and ...
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A family of 3 boys
plus mum and dad dropped in and ended up staying for an hour or so for a glass of wine while all the kids chased kangaroos and waved sticks around. They were from the Netherlands (the family, not the kangaroos), but live in Jakarta and decided a 2-week trip driving in a van with 3 boys from Sydney to Adelaide would be a great idea.
Couple of early camping ...