Econo Lodge Statesman Ararat
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... of the park and then stopped off at various points along the way back. Most of these had some really great views across the tree tops and the rocks, and one stop had a pretty impressive waterfall. Just before going back to the campsite, we went back to Halls Gap to fill up our water. In the picnic area there were about 10 kangaroos – stupid humans have no doubt been feeding them here for a while. We have encountered many of ...
A nice trip in lovely sunshine to Ararat, we left a bit later than we should have, of course, but that's us! Never in a hurry. I was pretty good in my travel pen and only scratched and clawed at the mesh front once or twice. Well, I have to keep them on their toes, so to speak! It's about 2 and a half hours to Ararat, so I did have a bit of a nap while we travelled. I whinged a ...
On the way home from Halls Gap we stopped off at J Ward for the Criminally Insane. It closed in the early 1990s but it feels like a relic of the 1950s. Beautiful blue stone walls, but it is only a step up from Pentridge. Cramped jail cells, desolate shower blocks and a grim exercise yard.
It was a psych ward and jail before becoming a jail for the ...
... jails. Interesting tour. Then we did the walking tour around Ararat, did our shopping and drove up to Green Hill Lookout. Also went to Pinkie Point, where gold was found and Cathcart, where miners stopped for supplies. The Chinese found alluvial gold , but paid for supplies with gold and told where they got it. They lost their claims. Lots of photos ...
... of kilometres at some of the lookouts!
After almost nine weeks, we spend our last night in Victoria at Wannon Falls and we get some rain, but not enough to see the Wannon Falls falling. Before we leave we get tips from some other "nomads" about south Australia, but they didn't tell us about the fruit and vegetable quarantine at the border. As we get ...