Gateway Motor Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the lighthouse, and it's history as well as a display of fossils found in the local cliffs. The lighthouse was put there in 1840 after a lot of wrecks had occurred in that particularly narrow area of the Bass Straight, because of King Island, north of Tasmania. The lighthouse itself was open and I braved the climb, although not quite venturing out onto the balcony - I kept one foot inside to feel safer. While we were walking around the ...
... s what the evenings are at the moment! At Flagstaff Hill we were issued with our 'boarding cards' for the Loch Ard ship and taken through the village by our guide. The show then told us the fateful story of the Loch Ard. Due to set sail from Gravesend and make it's 13 week journey to Melbourne, the Loch Ard was a passenger and cargo ship, only having 17 passengers and 37 crew. A clipper type ship, with several huge sails and no engine. Cramped, no privacy, poor ...
... road in ,
no other traffic so we can try get photos. We park car and van and
walk around the crater swampy bit first then up the hill lookout and
back around the lake. We find a kola plenty kangaroos, wallaby, emus
and birdlife. By the time we get back to the van its lunchtime, so
stay and have lunch before we set of again, up the steep hill on the
other side. This place is worth a visit, you can have a guided tour
... but that was a lie compared to Melbourne. The city is much more relaxed, there are several free galleries and exhibits. There are all sorts of free things just waiting for you to take advantage of, which is why I got talked in to doing my first Yoga class! Which was interesting, I was told I wasn't allowed to laugh and had to take it seriously so I did, Blanaid said I was better than her, which is nice to hear... ...
... along Great Ocean Road to the London Bridge and Bay of Islands and stopped for a few hours at a swimming beach between here and Port Campbell. It was a boiling day, well into the 40°'s so we decided to cool off in the sea. The sea was icey cold so definitely did its job of cooling us off. We drove onto Port Campbell where we'd decided to stay the night. We went to a campsite that was empty and the facilities were all locked up. There was a number to call but no ...