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... though on another clear day. From here we started along the coast road east, meandering our way through farmland at points to the town of Portland. This part of our drive took us trough the South Australia-Victoria border unless somebody was just really happy to see Vicky. We stopped briefly at the port to look out at the piled of logs & sand that were being exported and the small beach nearby but decided to move on. Vicky had researched that a lighthouse in the area at Cape ...
... kangaroo warning signs on the road also increased and we narrowly missed one as it slipped into the bushes at the side of the road just before we passed. Unfortunately, as the mountains are the only high point in an otherwise flat area, they collect clouds and rain and as we got closer, the weather got worse. The mountains were just beautiful though - looming above us with amazing shapes in the rock and dense forests.
... Fairy took us through more dairy country. Port Fairy is full of historic buildings that have changed little over time. During our walk along the pier we were lucky enough to view a seal playing in the crystal clear water at the mouth of the port. On the way home, we detoured off to visit Koroit. It is famous for its Irish heritage. One blink and you would miss the whole town. We also drove through Tower Hill Reserve. It is nestled inside a dormant volcano which erupted around ...
... We warden uitgenodigd voor biertjes na het avond eten. Het werd een erg gezellige avond met veel wilde verhalen. Het leukste verhaal ging over zijn caravan genaamd "The love Shack" deze kocht die voor $231 13 jaar geleden en gaat nog steeds stug door. Erg retro alleen zijn kapote band was wel aan vervanging toe.
De wind was gelukkig gaan liggen en we genoten van een geode nacht rust.
Lots of love/Groetjes ,
Mark and Shirley
Travelled from Robe to Port Campbell it was along drive of about 6 hours but it means that we can have 2 days in Port Campbell and have a break from travelling. Saw a lot of forests along the way especially around Mt Gambier. Stopped there to see the Blue Lake and the Empherson sink hole, amazing landmarks very unique. Drove through Port Fairy and that looks like a very nice town, if back this way we ...