Mole Creek Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 8216; war we***** amused über die Kletteraktion ;) Auf unserem Weg trafen wir sogar Frodo! (zumindest sah er so aus, nur ein bisschen größer) Oben angekommen hatte man einen einmaligen 360 Grad Blick auf den Cradle Mountain Nationalpark – auf jeden Fall eine empfehlenswerte Tour! Bei Regen sollte man den Aufstieg aber wohl besser nicht wagen. Wir trafen Frodo und sein Vater auf dem Gipfel wieder und sie erzählten uns, dass um 18:40 ein weiterer Shuttle Bus abfahren ...
... and stables. It is Australia's only working 19th century Windmill.
Oatlands is situated on the shores of Lake Dulverton which also is a Wetlands and Wildlife Sanctuary.
14 Nov 14 - Oatlands
We stayed a second day in Oatlands as there was so much to see and besides that, ...
... warranted a hearty breakfast. After an excellent breakfast in a cute cafe in Latrobe, I was intercepted by the owner. What followed has and become a familiar conversation and all part of the Australian experience. Outside of Melbourne every Aussie we encountered has been quick to offer advice and directions. We've been laughing for days about the conversation with a waiter in Emerald, Victoria whom we'd asked for directions to a local lookout. It went something like ...
... was only a little bit of damage to both him and his bike and they were able to get going again. I was 50 mtrs behind this when it happened (around the other side of the bend), heard the blow out but didn't see the crash. Fortunately the clear skies had allowed it to warm up so we were able to strip off all the layers and enjoy some fantastic sunshine for the afternoon (almost too got in some parts of the climb). We stopped not long after this for lunch at a dam at midday ...
... repeat twice more.