BEST WESTERN Port Campbell Great Ocean Road Motor Inn
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Today was our last day of sight seeing in Australia and what an experience it has been. We landed in Sydney 13 days ago, and since that time, we have travelled to more exotic destinations than I have the rest of my 26 years combined! This has truly been the trip of a lifetime. Lets just reminisce a moment shall we…I have eaten crocodile, …
Before this trip, I had never heard of the Great Ocean Road of Australia. With a name like that you'd think I would have, but until a dancer friend that lives there told us about it I had no idea what it was. Turns out it's an absolutely stunning 155 kilometers of coastline with sheer cliffs, rock formations, and fairy penguins!
Speaking of the penguins, our first stop was near Warrnambool at Middle Island. This island has some of the last of this species ...
We woke up to a rainy Port Fairy and so decided against walking around the town apart from calling at the butchers to get something for tonights meal as we have been advised to take provisions as it is a long way from the shops....
This was a spectacular coast line . we did have to sprint to the car a few times to avoid the rain showers but by lunch time it began to clear and warm up.
We arrived at a view point called the Loch Ard Gorge at about 3 pm just ...
... back to the campsite, but spotted the signs to the train station. I decided to investigate - this could be my escape route after all - but the trains only seemed to go to Melbourne and Warrmambool, neither of which I thought would be helpful. I knew there was a parallel line further North, running between Melbourne and Adelaide, and that's what I'd need to pick up. As I walked back, to use a terrible cliché, I felt as weak as a kitten. The clouds, ...
... of bloody Australia) if you're being unkind. I see my first kangaroo! Predictably it attempts suicide by hurling itself in front of the van as we're doing 110km/h, but we just avoid collision. Phew. Got that ticked off the list finally. The downside to the trip is that I sort of feel like the Rain God from Hitch-hikers Guide to the Galaxy - we appear to be following the stormclouds as they move southwards from Sydney. It rains. All. The. ...