Best Western Banjo Paterson Motor Inn
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... them off, but he will have a fight on his hands!!! Orbost was the only main town we went through today (apart from Lakes Entrance where we are camping). We are still flummoxed as to how these little towns survive. Apart from a couple of locals, we seem to be the only 'outsiders'. Orbost has one main street, yet it has 5 coffee shops! Everything shuts down at 4pm too, and it's like a dead town from then on! I'm sure in summer things are ...
... 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! ...
... from which to enjoy a drink looking out at the amazing bay. Tathra is the typical Aussie town where every one is friendly, every one has time for a chat and every building is a reminder of some bygone era from the 'iconic’ laundromat, the “Friendly Grocer” (real name), to the “Little Bottler” (again real name), and of course the old wharf. After a relaxing first day putting our feet up on the beach, having a competitive family beach soccer match ...
... break unless we have to.
We had a late lunch break and then drove all the way to Melbourne. I now drove and after another quite boring 200km on the highway, we reached a very busy area. Oh well, it’s Friday eve and it’s 4pm... what did I expect?!
Just before coming up to the toll road, our GPS sent me off the highway and then in – what I felt was – the wrong direction. It was the wrong direction! It sent us straight on ...
... 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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