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TravelPod Member ReviewsDULC Cabins Halls Gap
The most idyllic setting. Our treehouse is amazing, a mini paradise. The cabin has an upstairs and is surrounded by trees, even the spa bath has a view! The equipment is the best we have ever seen and even has a coffee maker, could stay here forever.
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Woke up to a beautiful sunrise shining through our window, with lovely memories of sharing our steak barbecue last night with a friendly kookaburra!
Today is a special day, 9th February. At home it is the celebration of life for a very dear friend, Lesley, who lost her battle with ovarian cancer a few weeks ago and who supported …
Thank you to all our friends for their comments - so great to read them. (Julia, London Bridge is the broken apostle where a couple having an affair got stranded and ended up on the front pages of the national newspapers!!)
After checking out from the Warrnambool hotel our first stop was petrol, which cost about £20 to fill up the …
... are much smaller than in the US, and a lot of families camping. Despite the limited space, Aussie campers come fully prepared. I watched our neighbor cook a full barbeque dinner on two grills, including meat, sausage, and vegetables (wouldn't have minded being invited for dinner!).
The holiday aside, on the way from Robe to Halls Gap, we stopped at the Naracoorte Caves, a World Heritage Site for the many ...
... Halls Gap, then turned right and made our way along the winding mountain road, passing a couple of lockout points that we visited last year, till we saw the signs for MacKenzie Falls and found a parking spot. We first followed a sign for a short walk to Broken Falls Lookout. The cantilevered wooden lookout sits on the edge of the gorge and provides a sweeping views of the MacKenzie River as it cascades over Broken Falls, then continuing on ...
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