Great Ocean Road Backpackers
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Set off at start of Great Ocean Road which is not actually on the ocean. Went through Ottway National Park, saw more rainforest, waterfalls. Went off piste to find some koalas sleeping in the eucalyptus trees, lovely and cuddly. Before we reached our next stop we were on the GOR which was by the ocean, ...
Thursday 29th May 2014
A quick 1.5 hour drive to Apollo Bay from Anglesea. A stunningly beautiful drive it was too! We pulled into several stops to look at beaches and lookout points all excellent. Wye and Kennett River quaint and picturesque towns. There is a good Koala walk up Grey River Road. Got to Apollo Bay about 11am and set up the van before heading to explore the area. The camp ground ...
Trevor and I took a trip to Peninsular Hot Springs, a thermal spa on the Mornington Peninsula. When I booked over the phone and gave my details the woman was very amused that our address in London was Mornington Road. I don't think they realise that most of their place names here are copied from the UK. We took the car ferry from Queenscliff to Sorrento (ok copied from Europe,) then drove down through Rye to Fingal. See what I mean? ...
... back down! I don’t normally have a problem with heights,
but as the structure sways slightly, it was a little scary! It was a very peaceful hour’s walk and quite steep
in places. So more fool me when I
decided to try and find the Triple Waterfall nearby – down an unmade
track! The sign warned it was an hour’s
round trip to walk to the falls, but it didn’t say how steep the walk is! Thankfully they have stepped the path – ...
On our way across towards Geelong, we came a sign pointing to Bells Beach, I thought now where have I heard that name before, then it hit me, THE surfing beach, so we swung in for a quick look