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We had a lovely day today. Incredibly relaxing start, indeed we did not get out of Naracoorte Cave campsite till nearly 11am.
Stopped by Mount Arapiles there is a lovely lookout from the top of the mount. Only 50 mtrs to walk from the carpark, and well worth the wander. Views are expansive.
Onto Horsham, we love this ...
... a guided tour to Alexandra Cave. It was pretty amazing. We also went through the wet cave, which wasn't really wet, but still pretty good. We found a spot for lunch near the swimming lake (which we have decided we are coming back to in summer for a long weekend). It is a massive man made lake that looks like a giant swimming pool. It has a sandy beach on one side and a ...
... packed up and headed west towards the South Australian border. There's really not much to be said for this trip, except that the roads improved markedly upon reaching SA. We had an early lunch at a bakery in Bordertown, then turned off after Tailem Bend (stopped for gas here and saw some very whiz bang off road campers we gawked at) and headed towards a small town called Springton. The road took us through the gorgeous rolling hills of ...
Distance Travelled-500km Total Distance-3605km Time Travelled-5hr50min Total Time-41hr 40min Today we drove to Horsham. On the way we found a massive slide and a exercise park (Nhill).Then we crossed the border of S.A and Vic. After that we got to Horsham. At dinner we went to the RSL, it was amazing because they had a inside play ...
... home along the Fyans Creek Loop (2.5 km circuit, 30 to 50 minutes).
It poured rain all night and morning so we supposed all the tracks we going to be very muddy and slippery, so as soon as it stopped raining we visited the Halls Gap Zoo (east of Halls Gap, take the road to Pomonal). Even though I don't like zoos very much, this was ok. Most of the animals had good size spaces and we got to see some very rare animals.
We entered and a peacock ...