Erskine River Backpackers
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... root, with mandolined beet root and toasted walnuts and creamed goats chees. Ken had Indonesian beef satay, with mint and pickled veg, at outdoor deck cafe with cockatoos and parrots flying around! Had a lovely evening walk along the Erskine river, and at the estuary, there were rocks which had massive fossilised skeletons, looked like dinosaur fossils, will look it up. Beautiful beach, and suspension bridge over the river. Saw a kookaburra, and cockatoos and ...
... change in light made the blues of the ocean come to life and washed the cliff side strata with pastel earthy tones. It was a great way to start our last day on the Great Ocean Road. We spent the rest of the day stopping at the Loch Ard Gorge, the Arch, London Bridge, and the Grotto but none of them seemed to match the scale and beauty of the 12 Apostles. The colours of the ocean and cliff side strata in this part of Australia is so beautiful and made for some ...
... to see more and we were a little disappointed when the track ended.
Now off to the Otway Fly tree top walk. If you have been on a tree top walk before, then I would skip this attraction. The walk does not have anything new to offer, we both felt a little ripped off.
Next stop was the first of two waterfalls we saw today, the Trilplet Falls was a short 7km drive from Otway Fly. These falls are a ...
... like a spa - steam rooms, sauna etc. This one however is mainly thermal hot water pools that you sit around in, relaxing, and boy were they hot. The staff at reception just pointed us in the direction of the changing rooms with no explanation of the facilities & layout. So once we were changed we headed out to the pools and decided to start with a dip in the furthest one. Turned out to be the hottest at 40-42 degrees. We ...
... So cute and one of them was
so low down you could reach up and touch him – but we daren’t as they aren’t
tame and it would be so unfair on them. This
particular koala was munching at his dinner and probably a bit peeved he had an
audience gawping at him! The lighthouse was
good with an interesting history (and a very important one for the Australians
and those shipwrecked over the years) but I’m afraid it was a bit lost on ...