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... amenities block had a code to get in - 1936 - which was written on a piece of paper for me. I had been told I only had 4 chances to get it right and should I fail there would be dire consequences! I would have to wait 60 seconds before trying again.
The park rules also warned against using the swipe card for the boom gates to get cars other than your own in. It just wouldn't work. So apparently their boom gates have car recognition technology!
I wasn't to play my ...
... ready for adventure.
Driving along and looking at the map, we noticed that 'Maxwell road' led to the Mallacoota lookout so we decided to try and find it to get a view from the most South Easterly point of our road trip. I spotted the road name, we took the turning ... unsealed road ... travelled down up and around ... road getting narrower ... corner turned....broken bridge!! Slow reverse, 3 point turn, on way back realised we'd not taken a ...
... and windy day by venturing underground to the Fairy Cave in Buchan. We also enjoyed the drive out to Metung and a tasty lunch there at the pub right on the water.
As this particular section of our road trip comes to an end, we’ve realised that we won’t really see the sunrise over water any more. However the next stages of the trip are set to be exciting, as the Jackson hospitality always proves to be and Tasmania has a lot to live up to. Bring on the silly ...
... our snatch strap but it wouldn't budge. No wanting to risk it we turned back defeated.
We finally camped at the Goongera camp site as it was in the same town as Jill so we thought we would give it a shot, we were in Goongera sooner than we had planned due to all the roads being closed. It was probably on of the nicest free stops we had ever seen, next to a river, perfect spring like weather (it was still technically winter) and the cleanest and cutest toilets ...
... farmers markets and found some awesome spicy sauce, shocking the stall owner when we cleaned her out of all her stock!
Our next stop had us travelling along the Great Alpine Rd, the mountain equivalent to the Great Ocean Rd and what a glorious drive it was. We headed through Omeo and up to the steep hills of Mt Hotham in the Victorian Alps. There are mountain ranges as far as the eye can see, endless skiing and walking tracks, paradise for outdoor enthusiasts! On ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn & Suites Emmanuel Lakes Entrance
arrived in Lakes Entrance in Oct '10 in the middle of torrential rain!
Intended to camp but checked in here instead.
Very friendly staff, clean room and good value for money.
Luckily the rain stopped the next day too!
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