Erskine River Backpackers
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... it from the cliffs, you have an uninterrupted view out to sea*... and, of course, of the surfers.
You can really catch some big wave here; particularly at Bells Beach. And no we didn't try it. I took one look at the waves mercilessly battering a poor guy in the surf and decided it was Pros only. That being said, I think he was rather enjoying being repeatedly sucked under the swell -- although I can ...
... days before law suits.
The White Star Line was merged with Cunard in 1934, although Cunard still retain the White Star Line name to package the high level of on board service they offer. This seems a little odd but reflects the fact that back in the 19 th century Cunard was renowned for safety and White Star for luxury.
Since the Titanic disaster Maritime Law has changed to ensure that ships contain enough lifeboats for all crew ...
... Port Campbell Holiday Park. It would of cost $51.00 to camp. It cools down pretty good at night when the sun sets, but is very hot during the day. Not complaining, just stating a fact. LOL
MONDAY JAN 13TH
OMG what an excellent start to the day. This is the first time I have ever been in a helicopter. Tom took some pictures and some video, I rode in the front seat by the pilot and didn't want to miss anything taking pictures. ...
Tuesday, 12th November
First golf game at 'The Sands' at Torquay. The weather was very gloomy, with 30 - 40km winds, and showery (even sleet), for the first 9 holes. The rain eventually stopped, however, it was very still very windy. I ended up with 27 pts, and Ian had 24 - which was enough to win the Men's Comp. Shirley won the ladies with 32pts on countback from Trish. Trish & Pugsly won the team event with Ian and Shirley coming second.
20th May. After a very comfortable night, today we took a short drive to Ocean Grove and then to Torquay and Bells Beach the location for many of the surfing championships. We veged for the rest of the day and planned our next stops.
21st May. We left our cabin at Barwon Heads this morning and headed back to Torquay and along the Great Ocean Road. The Great Ocean Road was built as a result of providing employment to the ...