BEST WESTERN Apollo Bay Motel and Apartments
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Picked up our hire car from Hertz in Melbourne, meeting a couple we met on the Phillip Island tour who were about to start their GOR trip as well. Getting out of the city and onto the freeway wasn't as half the nightmare I thought it was going to be. Soon we were flying down the freeway and on our way. First stop major stop was at Lorne where we …
Arrived safe and sound in Melbourne after a very uneventful flight( thank goodness!) To find no transfer waiting for us, but that's a long boring story so I won't go there!!! Eventually arrived at the Crown Promenade Hotel on Melbourne's Southbank, WOW, an amazing hotel, we were on floor 19 overlooking the city, which was lit up with a million …
- Kids up early, had breakfast then went to accommodation playground however started to rain so drove into town and went to bakery.
- Back to accommodation, went down to beach to play on the sand.
- Makayla and daddy left at 8:30am to drive to the Otway Fly Treetop adventures. Amazing drive, very narrow windy road, feels like driving on dense bush track.
- Makayla and Daddy did the fly treetop. ...
... backwards. Travelling backwards Steve was constantly working on the steering wheel doing his best to keep control of the sliding caravan, just missing a tree and stopped when the track levelled off a bit nearly back at the bottom. That was even scarier.
Steve immediately started up the hill again at about half the speed, probably at about 5 kph and managed to get all the way up without any further dramas. Once we were up the top on safe ground he got ...
... then taken to a temperate rain forest that craggy Glen told us was unique in Australia and preserved and protected within a national park. It was pretty impressive with mountain ash trees reaching heights of well over 100 metres. Having done enough for one day we made our way to the hills above Apollo Bay to a very well appointed and comfortable wooden chalet that had a superb view over Apollo Bay. We were collected one hour later for dinner. Not nearly ...