Econo Lodge Statesman Ararat
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we walked through open forest listening to the amazing bird life with their beautiful morning choruses. Arriving at Clematis Falls, we were disappointed to find it dry.
We continued our climb to Chautauqua Peak, which takes its name from the American Chautauqua movement, which held summer schools featuring intellectual and spiritual studies in the valley below.
The last section of the walk was a tricky rock scramble and was ...
... At the last minute we changed our plans and decided to head toward the Grampians, we were advised of a free camp, the Plantation Campsite just outside the Grampians National Park. The next day we spent time touring the Grampians, we went to Boroka and Reids Lookouts, to the Balconies and Mckenzies Falls. It is an area that we will come back to and discover it ...
... didn't seem to mind at all. Watched em for a while until a couple showed up at that point I decided to go. Got back to the motel....and remembered they said the field behind had roos in it in the eves. I wandered to the back...holy ****....I lost count at 50 ..... roos everywhere just hanging around nibbling. How cool is that?
With that decide to hit the room and the hay.....great day!
... is a common name for a group of species of Eucalyptus tree which have rough bark. This particular forest was all burnt however there is regrowth.
En-route up the hill we were commenting how easy the walk was. Patting ourselves on the back for being easily able to manage a medium to hard walk.
At about 1.2km up the hill the walk really got 'interesting'. The walk brochure advised that the walk ...
Long uphill drive out of Adelaide. Drove through more farmlands mainly wheat and bright yellow canola
Coffee at Tailem Bend.
Lunch at Nhill
then stopped at Green Hill Lake Reserve a few kms out of Ararat.
Beautiful cool but sunny evening for our LAST night. A very peaceful spot, with hundreds of water birds on and around the lake..
And on the other side (5 kms?) the bright lights of the Ararat prison. We locked the ...