Travel Blogs from Perisher Valley
... do some late night drumming before this road trip is over!
Chris ended up getting into the front seat and saw possums climbing all over and under our car! He even saw kangaroos feet from the car. Very exciting.
We planned to take it easy the next day. We did some journaling, I learned more about my camera, did some reading, listened to music- everything good that comes with a lazy camp day. We even took a nap, something I don't do often as it's hard for me ...
... stories of their adventures.
As we started to head back down the ski tube there were 117 people who were verging on passing out from exhaustion. In 2012 the ski day was the most tiring day and this hasn’t changed this year. No matter how tiring it is, the ski day is also the most memorable. Countless memories have been created today which students will carry with them for a long time.
... his first close up & personal wildlife experience…….there was a spider the size of his hand less than 2 ft from his nose !! Moved as fast as superman & quickly hustled Kim who was groggy saying there was a large spider near her, she turned to look…it was larger than she expected, so we both quivered at the opposite end of the van, Colin got his book & whacked it 3 times but it still flew up behind the curtain above ...
... The walk crosses the Snowy River, then up to Seamans Hut, and the climb up to Rawson Pass where there are toilets and then the final 1.7km wander up to the summit of Australia's tallest mountain.
Option 3: Is the 22km walk which we may do next time and is via the Main Range track and Blue Lake!
So it was Option 2 for us. First up we decided on a quick coffee in Jindabyne and also to collect new water bladders as ours had really had it.
... indeed see some patches of snow as we headed for Lake Jindabyne. As we passed over the Lake dam, there were letting water out of the lake, forming a gigantic spray. Apparently the lake is practically full and lots more melt water is to come down.
Tonight, we are staying in the Discovery Holiday Park on Lake Jindabyne. It’s probably one of the best parks we have been in – a lakeside position and with Jacuzzi and sauna in the ...
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Other places to stay in Perisher Valley
Guthega, Perisher Valley | Hotelfrom $211