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The next stop on out trip was the famous Great Ocean Road. The coastal road that starts just over an hour south west of Melbourne and ends up around 2-300 kilometres away in Warrnambool. Luckily for us Emma has Australian friends she met in Croatia who it just so happens live in Warrnambool. So accommodation was sorted for the night there. We hired a car from Melbourne city centre a small little Nissan Pulsar and made our way out ...
... happened on another piece of Australian wildlife that so far has eluded us - a snake! No idea what type except it was fairly small and brownish in colour. Hopefully the photo tells all, but whatever it was it was defiantly not staying around to get acquainted and neither were we. Then we continued along the Ocean Road to what is described as the most photographed portion, the section that includes Gibsons Steps, Twelve Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, ...
... Cole from Sydney? You're my friend on Facebook and a friend of my sister Cheryl'. And she said 'I'm you're cousin.' (She's the granddaughter of Dad's uncle- whatever number cousin that makes us.). I hadn't seen her for more than ten years. So that was amazing. More than coincidence that we're in the same place just at that time. Daniel then drove us to the airport - it was great to sneak a little time with them. We're in the ...
... the plant life and area uses from a Aboriginal
We stay at Fitzroy river reserve this is the mouth of the river with
the ocean in sight, too cold for swimming but plenty of walks. A good
rest place .
We leave and skirt around Portland to get to Cape Nelson and Cape
Portland was surveyed in 1840 and by 1847 it has a trading
bank,savings bank and 2 churches.
... is something special. While that's going on to the left, on the right you have the tops of giant ferns and eucalyptus trees, or rocks, it's an ever changing landscape, it's hard to describe without seeing it for yourself. I got to Moggs creek with no issues, after realising that I was completely under prepared for this ride. I'd lost both my water bottles, I had no spare inner tubes and I hadn't packed well at all. Gary and Marge came to meet me and took me back to there's, they ...