BEST WESTERN Tudor Motor Inn
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... Aireys Inlet and Lorne to Apollo Bay to grab a sandwich before stopping at the Cape Otway Lighthouse. The Cape Otway Light station is Australia's most significant lighthouse, has been in operation since 1848 and sits 80 meters above where the Bass Strait and the Southern Ocean collide. For thousands of immigrants Cape Otway was their first sight of land except for provision stops after leaving Europe. At least 18 ships were wrecked and hundreds of lives ...
... quality of life is far better.
We arrived in Warrnambool mid afternoon and checked in to the Quality Suites Deep Blue Hotel and Spa. I spied a geothermal spa and very quickly took myself down to take advantage of the minerals it contained. Heated to 35-37 degrees it is hot! There are seats in the large pool so you can relax and enjoy the natural minerals coming up from 840 metres below the ...
... during the last 10 kms which was entirely uphill. Who builds a town on top of a hill? Maybe I should have paid a little more attention to the name - Lavers Hill! Anyway, after finding my brekky shop in the form of the local Hotel at 4:00pm, I had a great meal and a few rums. After this it was time to return to my night's camp at the rear of the hotel and apologise profusely to Nelson and Bob.
... Wet and drizzly today and quite cold. We decided after looking at the camp to carry on to Mount Gambier. Drove through Nelson. Nothing there really but again could be doing it an injustice as when the summer comes back again it may be a thriving little place. We did take a detour and also went to Cape Bridgewater also stunning with the wind farm and petrified forest.
... is still quite dark here till 7am. We tried hard not to wake our nearby neighbours up. The crossing was very calm and we treated ourselves to a yummy breakfast in one of the cute coffee shops in Queenscliff before exploring the ship wrecks, and war history of the Queenscliff lighthouse. We were very excited about starting the Great Ocean Road which officially begins at Inverloch near Torquey.It really is a VERY winding road! Like our Grand Pacific Drive and Seacliff Drive ...