Mid City Motel Warrnambool
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... and Little Penguins. Since 2006
Maremma Guardian Dogs have been on the island to protect the
population of Little Penguins form foxes. Volunteers look after them
and improve the habitat by revegetation. Access to the public is
On the way out of Warrnambool with the van in tow we visit Tower
Hill Reserve. A very steep narrow one way road in but worth
the trouble to go see. First we see a brown Goshawk ...
... The crossing was very calm and we treated ourselves to a yummy breakfast in one of the cute coffee shops in Queenscliff before exploring the ship wrecks, and war history of the Queenscliff lighthouse. We were very excited about starting the Great Ocean Road which officially begins at Angelsea near Torquey.It really is a VERY winding road! Like our Grand Pacific Drive and Seacliff Drive on steroids. Around every bend there is another great photo opportunity. I tried my best ...
... a whale nursery and a viewing platform to watch the baby whales. It's not mating season at the moment so we didn't spot any but the views were beautiful all the same. We then went to Tower Hill Reserve which is a vast caldera born from a volcanic eruption 35000 years ago. Here we saw wild emus and a couple of koalas! The koalas were so lovely, one was high up in the trees fast asleep, the other was awake and walked over to a tree and gave it a cuddle. Cute! ...
... a gold mining area, back into Melbourne for our flight to Sydney. Our early morning drive was interesting, through some very nice countryside, mostly cattle and sheep country, and some really sleepy little towns before getting into Ballarat and deciding to find ourselves somewhere to get some breakfast, we had driven for two and a half hours and were hungry. It was another really hot day in Ballarat. They had some lovely Christmas floral decorations out on ...
Checked out for our onward journey......left Apollo Bay at 9am. The roads are really quiet. Makes you wander if we're so far out of the holiday season. We venture along and fall upon Melba Gulley. It's well advertised on the net but we're the only ones here. Nice place though....it's a bit of a tropical jungle with a path through it. If ...