Mount Gambier Hotel
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... home, guided all the way by the map on Sarah's phone. Then it was straight to bed, for me at least and up the next day for one of the heaviest hangovers of the trip so far.
I decided the best cure was a big breakfast and a walk around the town, didn't take me long to find the Metro Bakery and Cafe where I had some more amazing Aussie fancy cooking that I've grown to appreciate. There wasn't a baked bean or greasy square sausage in site. Instead, my gorgeous back ...
... up stream in 1963 which was in turn replaced by a concrete bridge in 1997.
We arrived at Little Blue Lake at 2:30pm and set up our camp spot, where we had the whole spot to our selves.Little Blue lake was once a cave. Now that the top has collapsed to the bottom of the cave, the crystal clear water of this sinkhole is exposed, providing a popular but cool swimming hole for the experienced swimmer. It is a green color from ...
... is over, the weather is changing and the nights are definitely cooler.
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... out of his head and passed on the samples but did give me permission to buy some cheese for later, yay!
Rested, rejuvenated, organised and stocked with a rather fancy selection of cheddar cheeses it was time to hit the road again, across the border into South Australia and onwards to Mount Gambier.
Of course we had to stop and get a photo of La Toya’s last border crossing, it was very convenient of South Australia to put the sign in such ...
... ferry crossing bridged the wine country with the southern coast and signaled the start of the homestretch.
Sand dunes, sleepy beach towns and wild, sometimes boring protected national park land rolled by for a couple of hours before we finally arrived in Mount Gambier, a town known for a couple of sinkholes, the unusually blue lake, and the old Gaol prison.
The sinkholes are just that, two big holes in the ground, one of them the ...