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Worst hotel room I have EVER been in...just keep driving past...trust me...
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Travel Blogs from Mount Gambier
... the district going off to WW1, over the years some trees died or became dangerous, so were trimmed or cut down with the trunks preserved
A chainsaw sculpture was commissioned to depict various characters of village life. With a visit and a look. We have seen similar in Ledgerwood in Tassie.
today will do the river walk, tomorrow will have to have a rest, no good doing to much.
Not much of a rest, did the river walk, no signs but we eventually found our way,about ...
... footy watching Troy and Ash play. Surprised everyone when we left but only got to the edge of town before we turned around and went back to the footy. Left Deni on Saturday. Got as far as Underbool in Victoria. We were headed to Ouyen - home of the best vanilla slice in Australia according to Boxhead!! but we were too late in the day. Had a good freebie in the park opposite the Police Station - should be safe, but there is a bucks party on over at the pub!! Neighbours ...
... us on this apparent health camp. At 1130 hrs we said goodbye to the kids and set off. 1.5 hrs down the road Bei realised that she left her dress behind and I soon realised that it was my fault as all guys who take their partners away should obviously check that they've packed a dress. Apparently buying a new dress for her is now on the list of activities. The rest of the drive was uneventful until we approached the South Australian border....... Large signs informed us that ...
... local birdlife is as prolific and varied as the habitats.
Why are we here ?
The BirdLife Australia Campout, hosted by BirdLife Warrnambool.
Camp Nelson at Kywong Caravan Park
Such is the bliss before the WIND !! and boy did it blow !! you ...
... galleries. We then headed to Cleve, specifically so that we could take some photos for our friend Clive. It's a long story. We then travelled on to Whyalla. Wow, what a surprise. This is a great city, with so many facilities for the community. Their sporting culture is huge and we were pleased to see so much activity in and around the city. Whyalla played a very important role in the Second World War, specifically in munitions. The entire ...