City Heart Motel Warnambool
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Nothing out standing. Clean comfortable friendly. Rooms a little small but fine for a passing through stay. Would use again.
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... a koala and cow and the odd tourist parked in the middle of the road to get a photo!! We came across many “unable to drive in Australia” tourists, the amount of near misses were a worry. The kids had thought the signs stating that we drive on the left in Australia were hilarious, until they saw why the signs were up! The Cape Otway Lightstation was constructed and been operating since 1848. For thousands of people coming to ...
... minute walk to town, and it was quite balmy. Coffin Sally was again packed and I took my place at the bar. A young chap with surfer hair and a flat cap suggested a nice Shiraz and gave me the menu for perusal. All the pizzas sounded delicious and I'd all but decided on the roast potato with caramelised onion when Mr Gorgeous from the morning told me I was having the 'Blue Pear'. Pear with Gorgonzola cheese and rocket. Sure! I moved from the bar as the open fire beside it was ...
There is such a beautiful beach in Warrnambool beach. There is a Whale watching platform and apparently there are often sightings of whales in the area, but we didn't see any. Sightings are more likely in July - September as that's when the whales are in the area nursing their babies. Took a well earned nap on the beach and had a little dip in the ...
... overcast, but by the time we reached Torquay, where we will have breakfast, it had changed into a beautiful hot sunny day with blue sky, just what the doctor ordered. We will be making stops starting along the route at Arieys Inlet and Split Point Lighthouse, the Memorial Arch, Mt. Defiance Lookout, the Wye River Gorge, Cape Patton Lookout, Apollo Bay, Cape Otway National Park, Glenaire, Castle Cove, Port Campbell National Park, Princetown, Loch Ard Gorge and ...
... made their way to the hotels again.
At Loch Ard Gorge, we leave our sleeping children in the campervan and take a short stroll towards the view point. Huge amounts of water power against the rocks here. I do not want to fall down here and be in that ocean. The ocean starts to scare me here. Or is it rather fascination? Excitement? Difficult to tell.
We don’t stay all too long so the kids are not alone when they wake up. They are ...