BEST WESTERN Golden Grain Motor Inn
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We left Port Wakefield about 8am and took the freeway for about 50kms then turned off at Two Wells. This route would take us around the top of Adelaide and through some absolutely beautiful little Adelaide towns - you know the ones with beautiful sandstone houses and buildings with so much character and history. We stopped at Mt Pleasant for coffee …
... of ice cream from the Stony Creek store, Passionfruit and Strawberry flavours.
Arriving at the cottage we could see that our Cockatoo friends we waiting to be fed.
For dinner we went to The Halls Gap Hotel where we enjoyed the roast Pork Belly and vegetables, accompanied with a beautiful local wine from Langi Ghiran near Ararat.
Finally returning to our accomodation we enjoyed a cup of tea before turning in for the night.
... cleared the traffic and were looking for the sky to clear so we really felt like we were on holidays. The blue sky came, but as we approached Ballarat it was still chilly.
We took a quick detour off the Western Highway at Ballarat to visit Dad and show him our little van. The temperature rose as we continued on from Ballarat, not unexpectedly.
Lunch was a ham roll, banana, ...
The night before the Twelve Apostles was spent at quite a creepy disused inlet off the main road where backpackers and randomers kept showing up during the night. But luckily for us the morning came with no complications and after waiting for the rain to end we were off to see the famous and stunning coastline containing the Twelve Apostles. Throughout the day the wind was a constant: that's why the pictures of me look pretty mental, although ...
Today I am going into the Tasmanian wilderness. On the 2 hour trip from Hobart, I see the hillside and valleys covered with herds of sheep. Our guide tells us there are 4 sheep to every 1 person in Tasmania. Kangaroos, koalas, wombats and various other wildlife roam freely here. But, I have come here to find the elusive Tasmanian Devil . . . in the wild . . . if I can!
Along the highway there is a sign warning drivers to be ...