Best Western Banjo Paterson Motor Inn
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... respite. We have travelled about 250 km today and altogether since we left Sydney have done about 10000 kms. As we arrived at Lakes Entrance, the rain had stopped. We managed to find the Paradise Apartments where we had previously booked. They are very nice and spacious as also we have our own lounge/kitchen...this will do us very nicely for two nights. There is a 90 mile beach nearby where we shall go for a walk tomorrow and have a couple of lazy ...
... around. After riding around town we ventured out on a single track along the edge of Eagle Point Bay, it was very pretty scenery, the only downside was the hill we had to ride up to get back into town.
Next day we rode back into town to catch the ferry across to Raymond Island. Raymond Island is a small island only 6kms long, 2km wide and only 200 meters from the mainland and is well known for its large koala population. 11 male and 31 female koalas were ...
... Parks book about 6 months ago. It has a lighthouse so that is enough for Rory, there is nothing deeper than that. He certainly isn't lying awake thinking I can't wait to get to Ben Boyd National Park. In fact if you asked him he probably wouldn't even know that he had wanted to go there. We drive 18km off the tarmac road on a deeply rutted dusty road. It is up steep slopes and down steep slopes. On the way we stop at the 'Disaster Bay' lookout for lunch. What a view, for at ...
... drove a little further to Bateman's Bay that night and just managed to cook before it started raining.
Following that we drove quite a while the next day and into Victoria in the afternoon to reach the simply stunning, Lake's Entrance. The views from the hillside, of which the road clings to, were breathtaking! We were so lucky it was a nice day so we could see the ocean and spectacular land ...
... br> Now I do have to say that what we really came all this way for wasn’t the snacks and coffee, but the views and the cool mountain air, the sense of being in the High Country, ever so briefly. And the countryside vistas here were spectacular. The snow gums with their stunted gnarled trunks set amidst gorgeous yellow wildflowers under a blue sky, on the rugged mountainsides, you can’t get much more authentic High County than that. It was fantastic. The only regret was ...