Halls Gap Colonial Motor Inn
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... town, Casterton, to check out the lagoon and kelpie trail revealing the life and times of the kelpie. Not far from Casterton we stopped again to look at Wannon Falls, before continuing our journey to Halls Gap.
Halls Gap is in the heart of The Grampians and was the perfect place for us to explore the area. We stayed in an amazing caravan park next to Lake Bellfield. Kayleigh was thrilled with the carefree wildlife ...
... that have been eroded to form the amazing stalactites on both sides of the staircase. We then head back to the 12 (8) Apostles and onto Gibson steps. To the left of the 12 Apostles this takes you down onto the beach. The rocks on the beach though seem almost like its coral covered in concrete. It's the strangest scene. We head back to the hyperventilating to the bus. Next stop is maits rest a short rainforest trail and then Apollo bay. We then pull into a seeming less insignificant ...
... still present. As a result, we couldn't go down to see MacKenzie Falls because they were still closed.
To finish off the day we had a soak in the local outdoor pool, which was cold despite being 'solar heated' and we had our own private, public pool because no one else was there! For dinner, we followed a recommendation from Simon and had a meal at the local Indian Restaurant, which was actually pretty good if you get past all the tacky sculptures outside!
... not been directly affected by the bushfires and this park on the outskirts is really nice. The setting is quite natural with evidence of roos and other critters everywhere. Emus were a novel sight for the kids, and the mob of kangaroos gathering each evening (astutely at the emergency ‘assembly point’) were a great training opportunity for us.
We have two very peaceful evenings here before, on the third night, we are invaded ...
... Fairy Wrens for me to check out... and some even on the mat outside our van! I had a lot of time outside as usual, checking out the birds.
Every time the dogs came near we just said "NO" and they went away.
People played tennis and badminton, rode the bikes etc - it was a nice day.
Dad rode bikes as well... yeah, I think Mum even had a go on Holly's bike which is a bit smaller than the ...