Best Western Banjo Paterson Motor Inn
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Monday 25th and the early walk and breaky before driving to the Lakes Entrance Information Centre to gather information to see us through the next couple of weeks, local and New South Wales. An extremely helpful lady sent us away with a bucket load of maps and brochures. Back to the caravan and we picked up the neglected bicycles to explore the area. We spent about an hour winding through town and down the numerous waterside ...
... Phillip Island in Western Port, Victoria and relocated to the island in 1953 and the colony continues to thrive today. There is a 1.2 kilometre "koala trail" that you can either walk or ride (we rode) and it wasn’t long before we saw our first koala. The first one I saw ran across the path in front of me and half way up a tree before deciding that he would much rather be sitting in the tree on the other side of the path so he came back down and across the path and ...
... composition-fill-color: rgba(130, 98, 83, 0.0980392);">Salve and I then did our Ray Mears bit and walked round the spit (nothing to do with Bob Carolgees) while the girls went by the path. Unfortunately my feet got wet whilst wearing my sandals and the leather dye has now stained my feet. The picture shown is after having two good washes to try to get it off. Think these sandals will be going back to Clarks when I get home.
... none were in the patrolled parts of the beaches. That is a good reason to stay between the flags if you ask me.
The campsites that we stayed in were getting increasingly remote as well – there were other people about but they were often deep in the forest. I’m pretty sure I heard all kinds of different animals wandering around the tent during the nights, and since much of the wildlife in Australia wants to kill you it was ...
Had a tour of Laurence and Sue's house. You can't help but be gob smacked by the view and the whole house makes you feel you are on holidays. I did not take any photo's, I just got to busy sucking up the ambience.
Went to the Bairnsdale RSL for dinner with about 200 to 300 other riders for tomorrows ride
- Met up with Doug and his brother Mark who ...