Best Western Olde Maritime Motor Inn
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Well the final day of full on touristing had arrived, and it was going to be a big one with the Great Ocean Road in our sights and it was wet and windy still. First stop was Anglesea where a very warm coffee and hot chocolate was needed. Then off to the Split Point Lighthouse in Aireys Inlet which was used in the TV series “Round The Twist …
... the steps to the sand and walked along to the rock formations called Gibsons Steps, even more spectacular when you look up at them, rather than down.
Before setting off for Warrnambool we drove back to Port Campbell and then had a slow drive along Ocean Road stopping at more limestone rock formations called London Bridge, Loch Ard Gorge and Bay of Martyrs. Despite signs warning of kangaroos ...
Woke to a lovely day but windy. I went for a run first thing, rounded a corner to the headland and was almost blown off my feet, I had to retreat to a sheltered area and run back. The wind continued all day which rather put a crimp on our walking plans as it wad very uncomfortable, but it was a warm wind! Followed the coast road south east, stopping for a quick look at Beachport, a wide sand fringed bay with ...
... rocked up at the caravan park in warrnambool just after 7pm. After a quick set up, we were all tucked up for the night. Weather on Wednesday was okay so the kids enjoyed the adventure playground across the road and had a lazy day, we went for a walk down to lady bay in the evening and walked back along the beach in the moonlight. When we wake up it will be princess skylas 6th ...
... beautiful home. 2 floors, they live on the top floor and use the bottom for spare rooms. And you can see why, they have panoramic views of the coast and the surrounding hills, all the houses in this area just seem to poke out from the top of the bushes that engulf the hillsides. It turns out there had been a fire about 30 years ago that had wiped out most of the homes in this area, which is why all the houses look so new and all had been purpose built to take in the views. My ...