Comfort Inn Richmond Henty
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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The area around Portland was our next destination for exploring. We succumbed to staying at a caravan park as we were unable to locate a suitable location of our preference close by. At least we managed to get 4 nights for the price of 3, providing some consolation for staying at a non-preferred metropolis type location.
Some of the highlights for us, during our time at Portland, included walking around town viewing its ...
... have been happy to pay the requested $12 per night camping fee to help maintain this facility but as stated in our previous entry the Victorian National Parks management have decided to discontinue the fee for this type of camping area. We feel that they have got it wrong and that it would be acceptable to ask a $12 fee for usage of these locations and that it would be more appropriate for the deemed more popular areas a fee of around $20 to be more realistic to ...
... get to see a fair few Australian and New Zealand fur seals though. Not as many as usual apparently due to the windy weather. It was a bit of an adventure though. We had to walk about 15 minutes to get to the jetty, so the walk back to the car was very cold for them all. Afterward, we drove into Portland to find this hot shower we had seen on the wiki ap. we found it but it was out in the open and windy and they were all far too cold for that, so we headed back to camp to shower in the ...
... and magical thing to the place.
4. Whalers Bluff Lighthouse: very beautiful, it overlooks the Portland Bay. To get there, you have to drive 1.5 km north of the city centre. On your way you'll see a wind farm. Those things are huge!!!
Even though it was a short stay, we had the opportunity to do and see some different things. Very nice place.
Next destination: Port Fairy
... to the car. I continued on and it was quite amazing learning about this enormous cave system that they found beneath the city about 1950. Some of the caves are still filled with water and only accessible by qualified and highly skilled divers while some of the others that we saw were empty. We were in one section where the street we drove along was only 17 meters above the roof of the cave. The main highway through town runs directly over ...