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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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A steep climb up 500 m, then over beautiful green pasture hills. Sheep & cows. At the top was the Italian Switzerland border. Down down to a farm cum cafe for coffee & early lunch. Sat in the sun & enjoyed the view.
Down to the valley floor. Finally arrived in the town, where a wedding was in place. ...
So today we decided to head out to Echuca to check out the famous Port and the Paddle Boats on the Murray River. Apparently this was the place to be in the hay days for farming, and paddle boats.
It was just over a 200km drive (quite long) but very scenic and beautiful countryside. We finally made it just after 12 and sat down for some lunch and then headed over to the Port of Echuca to see when the next paddle boat ride was. We only had to wait 1/2 hr ...
... the Campaspe River. Lots of friendly people here. After a relaxing few days we drive into Echuca and go to the Historic Port Precinct. We take a paddle boat ride on the Murray River and visit the Historical Society Museum. Echuca was hot that day, but it was an enjoyable day out. Zarli stayed behind at the caravan while people in a van nearby kept an eye on her for us. ...
... not great - about 200km so we took our time, coffee here, lunch there. In Kilmore I spotted what seemed an interesting building and so we went to investigate. The building was the Kilmore District Hospital and dates from around 1860 and is Victoria's 2nd oldest District hospital and the most intact. Over the years it has been expanded and modernised.
To negotiate Melbourne streets in order to find Claire's address Col used our ...
... extreme at the moment. While we were there they received calls about fires close by, but nothing came their way thank goodness.
We had a good time there but it was time for us to move on as we had collected more than our share of dust. We left Victoria and headed back in to N.S.W and up to Kosciuszko National Park up in the Snowy Mountains where we free camped at 'The Pines' on Blowering Dam. It is one of those places that when you come around ...