Kickback Cottages Lakes Entrance
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKickback Cottages Lakes Entrance
The 'cottage' is more like a caravan without wheels. For one night this is totally adequate with all the kitchen amenities you need. We were greeted on arrival, that's the service.
WIFI is only available in the games area. This area is entertaining with 2 football tables, air hockey, large screen TV and a BBQ grill. There is a book and DVD library that is a good idea.
The shower was wonderful and the bed was comfortable, more than adequate for one night.
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... is something much cooler there...... Phillip Island....MOTORGP CIRCUIT BABY!! Considered to be one of the hardest tracks in the circuit due to its proximety to the ocean and layout. I have to check it out...no races sadly...week before there was Superbike...that would have been cool to see....but not in the cards.
Now the problem is that the ride today is to be a bit longer and it goes north.....so upon review of the map. I decided..to ...
Off to breakfast today in a nice cafe on the Esplanade, then a walk around the shops so the girls could have some retail therapy. We went to Target (pronounced Tar-Jay) an exclusive chain of designer clothing.
Then back to put on our cossies on our way to 90 mile beach. Strange that they don't call it 144.84125 km beach ?). Really hot today and no need to clear the windscreen (ha ha).
The surf on the ocean side beach ...
... Sale where we caught up with Lyn and Ian. They were away last time we were in Sale. We continued on to Maffra where we had another good night with Donna and Bruce.
We had some rain on the way on Saturday, then more Saturday night but that was nothing compared to what we had travelling from Maffra to Mum's on Sunday. We had very heavy rain all the way and the caravan was all over the road. Rob was very relieved when he finished that nightmare drive. Mum ...
... and the annex goes up without question. It's not really that much hassle to set it up. It's too much work is just an excuse, which is far outweighed by the benefits of it. 4. Don't travel more than 3 hours or 300km a day. Towing 2.8 tonne with kids is tiring! 5. Make sure young kids have waterproof mattress protectors on their beds. They are not at home and are out of their happy place, so accidents will happen, especially at the start. 6. ...
... We then decided to go around to the other side of the area and found a sea monsters wig and a mermaid wearing a red jacket and all rugged up. We thought we would ask a local Victorian but the carpark was empty. Where is everyone you might ask. They're all in Queensland of course. Then we finally saw it in the distance. It wasn't a lighthouse at all. It was a navigation light. ...