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... at which you can drive up a hill surrounding it and even walk a little further to a tower to get food views of the lake and beyond over the town centre. From the mountains we headed to the ocean, specifically Port McDonnell which was just a stones throw away. We hadn't planned to stop here, only using it as an access point to the start of The Great Ocean Road, but arriving in to the town there were signs informing tourists of a Fairy Penguin colony working the vicinity. Naturally we had ...
... the way. We then parked up and went for a couple of walks. The first was to the summit of a hill in the middle of the crater, which gave us great views of the whole area - the forest, lakes and even the ocean in the distance. We also spotted some kangaroos relaxing in the sun from the top.The next walk was around one of the lakes. Halfway round, we turned a corner and were very surprised to see an emu standing right in front of us! It ...
After Apollo Bay, the coast turns to cliffs and there are a lot of interesting rock formations. One of the famous ones is called the 12 apostles, and consists of 12 stone pillars along the coast. The views are really nice.
Warrnambool itself is a nice little city, but nothing exciting. ...
... set up we met some great neighbours who camped there for 13 years. We were invited for beers after dinner and we had a fun night full of stories including there "love shack" van. The van was purchased for $231 13 years ago and still going strong....except for his worn tire :-)
The wind had finally lay down and we enjoyed a great night sleep.
To be continued,
Shirley begon de ochtend met het kijken van de Wereld kampioenschappen darts. Gary ...
... Port Campbell where we were going to buy Fish and Chips and go and experience the 12 Apostles at Sunset, but unfortunately it was very windy and cold and rain clouds filled the sky, so we will have to try again tomorrow for this event. Instead we brought some hot chips, sat at a park bench and looked at the ocean. Home to the Caravans, took our dinner of Hot Soup and toast to the Camp Kitchen area, and enjoyed a nice couple of hours together in front of a lovely warm log ...