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... the front end, so I could be near people i.e. permanent residents. I said no thanks and asked if she could recommend a site up the back, as they had at Tumut, but apart for suggesting I camp near the toilet block, for convenience, she didn't have much opinion. She did say I could stay on one of the powered sites, as long as I promised not to use the power!
Anyway, I took a drive up the back and chose a spot that looked quite nice. Even if it was a 100m walk to the amenities! ...
... but it's a fraction of the cost of the Big 4 as all you have are gardens and amenities. Believe me it's all you need. It was tranquil close to the beach and the amenities were spotless. There were 3 vans there and us out of 130 sites. After setting up we had a lovely drive on the tourist route to Eagles Nest lookout and caves. really beautiful.
Tomorrow we head to Melbourne.
... the impressive lookout over Disaster Bay and a beautiful secluded little cove called Bittangabee Bay where we of course continued the intensive long jump training.
From here we spent our final 3 days in Lakes Entrance, which was a childhood seaside holiday destination that Claire had fond memories of. Thankfully we arrived on a beautiful day; the mercury actually topped 42 degree during the drive in. The nice weather allowed us to enjoy the colours and scenery ...
... we just enjoyed sitting outside watching the kids play for the rest of the day.
Another quiet day was enjoyed today – the weather was even better today than yesterday. Di headed off for a run pushing Mitchell in the pram (despite her cold) and got stuck at some sandy bits so had to backtrack and I took a walk down to the local beach.
Ayla spent the day making friends with half the kids in the park it seemed and had a wonderful ...
... seems even more odd to us Poms, as in the middle of winter the weather was to us absolutely perfect camping conditions, we had hardly seen a cloud all week, and the days were sunny and warm.
Instead we headed off to the Errinundra national park adjacent to the Snowy Park, famous for its rain forests, preserved in all its glory as it would have been millions of years ago, in no small part thanks to Jill our next host who has been a active member of the movement ...
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