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... a koala and cow and the odd tourist parked in the middle of the road to get a photo!! We came across many “unable to drive in Australia” tourists, the amount of near misses were a worry. The kids had thought the signs stating that we drive on the left in Australia were hilarious, until they saw why the signs were up! The Cape Otway Lightstation was constructed and been operating since 1848. For thousands of people coming to ...
... they wouldn't be there at 7.30 the next morning. The caravan park was located at the site of the town's Botanic Gardens, parts of which remained, mostly massive trees - spruce, conifer, cypress. And in the far boundary was the historic grandstand which now includes the football stadium. Games (AFL) had started at around 9 that morning, and by the time I got back it was the main event. The big men! Profanities could be heard from far away and the crowd was going off. The Port ...
There is such a beautiful beach in Warrnambool beach. There is a Whale watching platform and apparently there are often sightings of whales in the area, but we didn't see any. Sightings are more likely in July - September as that's when the whales are in the area nursing their babies. Took a well earned nap on the beach and had a little dip in the ...
... t decide what to do - I very much wanted to press on with riding, though I knew that now I wouldn't have time to get all the way to Adelaide before the end of the cricket. But I'd at least have to get somewhere with a train station, as I was currently in the middle of nowhere! There were a few route options - I was really keen to see the Grampians, as apparently they have lots of historical aboriginal sites. But I had no idea of how hilly the route through ...
... at some amazing places! And seeing some amazing sights. We spent hours sightseeing the following:
-The famous Twelve Apostles
-Loch Ard Gorge
And lots of other little beaches, look-outs and sights along the way. For the most part it was absolutely freezing, windy and pouring with rain but we gritted our teeth and made sure we made the ...