Gateway Motor Inn
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... detour to the Otway lighthouse. It was also the home of a telegraph station, and is the southern most point of mainland Australia. It is was definitely not worth the cost to see it. Fortunately, along the road to the lighthouse, we saw a koala! It was my first wild koala, and it was so cute. On the way back out, we saw another 2 koala's in the trees. Lachlan was not all that impressed as apparently they are pretty common place, but I made sure ...
... from the trees around here, I woke up with a massive headache, but dear Keith hit the chemist and came back with some new panadol out for sinus relief, which I think has eased it a bit. We headed off to Warrnambool to catch up with Cheryl and Joe who have a beautiful property in Grassmere, had lunch then went for a walk around the property and fed the sheep who were very friendly it was a great day, plus the weather was 24 degrees, back home had dinner ...
... it was sunny and that the grown-up had more time, so that we could do some sunbathing, but I know that we'll get some sunbathing time soon. The last stop of the day was London Bridge. Now I thought that it was a very long way to go, but it wasn't the London Bridge in London, is was a stone bridge, which looked a little bit like London Bridge, but part of it had fallen down into the water.
It's very tiring being on holidays.
Till next time... ...
... and whilst very interesting to watch them (especially the pelicans – I’m fascinated by their humungous beaks) they are extremely noisy early in the morning! There was also a gorgeous sunset over the lake – I’ve added a couple of photos of the view from my window and the sunset. It was a quick visit as next morning I was up and off again, heading towards Mount Gambier. The purpose of this part of the trip is to get ...
... was placed on the island to protect the Fairy Penguins from predators! Kind of a genius idea. Matt tried to get some fishing in but there was signs everywhere saying no fishing! Poor Matt... packed his fishing gear and still no fishing yet. Tomorrow we plan to head to Canberra, which is the capital city of Australia. Its another long drive through the inner lands of Australia but we have to start making our way back to Sydney eventually. ...