Kickback Cottages Lakes Entrance
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... the morning.
When it started getting light I was up, went for a quick walk to the foreshore. Not really a beach, as it had an inlet running parallel to it which I couldn't seem to find a way to cross. I took a couple of photos. It was pretty enough at sunrise but certainly nothing special.
I had a shower - hot for 5 minutes then suddenly cold. Nothing about that in the rules!
Rocked up at the office at 8.30 on the dot when it opened, handed my swipe card back and was outta ...
... We turned off at Tarwin Lower. The drive after this point became much more scenic pretty rolling hills and trees. However, in a caravan on this road...shocking. Surely something had to be broken! Permanent signs everywhere saying rough road surface ha ha. Why don't they fix it then.
Inverloch lovely camped at foreshore camping which is attached to the Big 4. You book in and ...
... budding gymnast skills with the bunny hop and her wiggly bottom routine, and Jacques started his future career as a Olympic long jumper. On one lazy morning we decided to decorate Ned the Nissan as a mobile Christmas tree. The poor guy is no decked out in purple, red and blue tinsel across the bull bar and roof racks. To the kids’ delight you can spot us a mile away! We again backtracked a little from here to explore some of Ben Boyd National Park, more specifically Green ...
At 10.30am after a slow start, we drove into Orbost to get some supplies, Mick was in need of his red jumper which I had not packed, so we hit the op shops. Mick bought a red jumper and a shirt, mind you the jumper is in better condition then what he has left at home.
We dropped in to the visitors centre a slab hut, pretty impressive, and the highlight were the geese and the special crossing for them.
We then filled up with fuel and ...
... town, Bright has a real charm to it, and we enjoyed meandering around. Kenny made a serendipitous discovery, local pilots having fun in their gliders and jumped at the chance for a ride. He was flown over Mt Beauty, soaring high, riding the geothermal pockets for a glorious half hour. Magical experience.
Kenny's cycling tour included; Harrietville to Mt Hotham, Smoko to Mt Beauty, Mt Buffalo and the Mt Beauty mountain bike park.
Our new friends arrived mid ...
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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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