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Sunday September 7th We farewelled Danni and the girls after breakfast and headed east about 300km in search of warmer weather. Freecamped 20km east of Orbost at No.15, Murrungower Picnic Area. Monday September 8th A sunny but windy day, we continued our trek east and then out to the coast at Malacoota. We camped at Mallacoota Foreshore Holiday Park, $22 p.n. with power and a great day to dry our washing! Tuesday September 9th I woke to a beautiful sunrise over Malacoota Inlet and ...
... their beautiful river) we headed further south to Eden. We have now made a list of towns for each day we have left for the next week. This is quite depressing to see it all written out and know that there aren't any more hidden surprises in store as we travel around. Well we get to Eden, and with the help of Wikicamps find this 'out of the way' campsite, that had the best write-ups, and not very expensive. ...
... days to relax and do a few chores. A big thank you to you both. We had a great time!
Our drive back up to the border consisted of a few stops, as once again we were not in a hurry. Orbost, the little settlement that sits where the Snowy River feeds in to the sea, was our first stop. Cute little place but not alot happening here. Sherri and I were now on the hunt for grandchildren presents and knew we were running out of options ...
... anchor. We can't disembark, it's just an operational stop. I also just heard them say it's an I port historical spot as the lighthouse on this island marks the point on the Sydney to Hobart yacht race all contestants must radio in their positions otherwise they get disqualified. So I guess it wasn't a cruise to nowhere after all.
Tomorrow I'm getting a chance to see the crew areas of the ship courtesy of a guy called Manu I know working onboard. ...
... we bumped back along the 20kms of dirt road – fortunately the trip
back to the bitumen didn’t seem as long this time.
Wonboyn Lake is the most southerly estuary in
NSW that farms the Sydney Rock Oyster, and our tourist brochures advised that
you can buy them direct from the farmers.
Lovely – we’ll have some of them!
Off to Wonboyn Lake we tootle and all we could find was the launching