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... br> Mount Gambier is the biggest town between Adelaide and Melbourne. Not a bad town and has these lakes in volcanoes that erupted many years ago. The water in the ‘Blue Lake’ turns a vivid blue from November to March – I’ve added a photo but I don’t think the camera does the colour justice. It’s something to do with the volcanic ash at the bottom of the crater. Beautiful to see, but you can only walk, or ...
... was spectacular and beautiful. However, I don't understand the amount of tourists flocking here or all the hype. Rock stacks are a natural part of the erosion cycle for cliff coastlines and you can see the same thing in tons of places. Durdles door in Lulworth is just as beautiful yet doesn't get 1/1000th of the tourists. We visited all of the stacks along the ...
... the temperature in the crater had soared to 41 degrees and any sensible 'animal' with the exception of the mad dog English types had long since gone to ground in cool vegetation! We only had the one chance and decided we would have to give one of the shorter walks a go. Hot wasn't the word for it and yes, we were mad, coming back in my case like a large overripe strawberry. It is a stunning Park and I'm sure in cooler conditions ...
... Pearce rescued the Irish girl, who had been clinging to the rocks for hours, and then climbed the gorge to raise news of the tragedy. Carmicheal lost four of her family that night, and Pearce was a hero who lived until the age of forty-nine, when he now buried in Southampton.
We said our fond farewells to The Apostles (and remembered to take some pictures!), saw our first snake (a tiny one, admittedly), and re-boarded the bus to make our way to Kennett ...
... light station in Australia' and at $20 each to enter you'd hope so too! So on a budget we took a walk around instead of paying ! But the real attraction was coming across a koala bear really close up. Only to realise it wasn't one koala, it was a mummy bear and her baby was tucked away on her back. Not only did mother bear trust us to be close to the both of them, she also decided to leave baby bear with us whilst she climbed a tree. ...
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