Comfort Inn On Raglan
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... about getting ready. The campsite was pretty quiet so we had the showers to ourselves before cooking up bacon butties on our own as well. Before leaving Mount Gambier we felt it only right to see what the town had to offer and headed for its most famous attraction, it's crater lakes. The largest of which aptly named "blue lake" is very impressive; beautifully clear but it had actually looked more blue when we drove past it at dusk the previous night! The second crater lake is "valley ...
... checked out the Fletcher Jones factory building. Fletcher Jones was a brand we all grew up with and recognised as top quality. Sadly, they went the way of most top quality clothing manufacturers and closed down. It must have been quite a shock to the locals, it would have been much like the Zinc Works closing down in Hobart - everybody knew somebody who worked there. Today, the site still stands but the buildings are now used to house a market which is ...
... 1878. The day before we were set to land, we came out of fog and crashed into the giant rocks on the coastline. (Today, that spot is known as Loch Ard Gorge on the Great Ocean Road). The show was impressive. Done in 4D with laser lights projected onto mist and rain, it was like we really were on the sinking ship. At must do for anyone visiting Warrnambool. We enjoyed our last day in Victoria playing ping pong (Dean always wins) and relaxing in the hot spa.
... dinner. I had some local seafood, and people watched.
The next morning we started the drive. Lachlan loves to drive, so I was the passenger all day. The roads were full of curves, so we stopped a lot to prevent any motion sickness, and to see everything. We left Torquay at about 8:30 am and reached our destination at 8:30 pm. It was great day.
The road was built by WWI veterans after the war when the government was trying to ...
... The used both indoor BBQ's to cook mountains of bacon, egg, sausage and onion. And left them dirty. But for the most part I had the place to myself. I made myself at home in the little kitchen, left my phone and iPad plugged in there overnight, drank tea, filled my hot water bottles, chilled my drinks. Perfect. That first night I drove into town and was amazed at the variety and amount of cafes and restaurants open, so much choice. I really liked the look of a pizza ...