Mount Gambier Hotel
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... to us why we no longer enjoy staying in crammed caravan parks, preferring quiet bush, non-commercialized, natural settings.
The Lower Glenelg River National Park appeared to be primarily set out for the use of boating, canoeing and water skiing enthusiasts with plenty of camp spots set aside for access from the river for the river flotilla.
We enjoyed viewing ...
... I even saw a cat trying to attack a snake! We then had a bit of lunch before leaving, it was already 1pm and we needed to get as far a possible. The next thing we stopped for was the 12 apostles. These are a bunch of stacks along the beach, although 12 now do not remain. Then about an hour down the road we stopped at a small wildlife reserve called Towel Hill It was supposed to be another popular place to see koalas in ...
... warm blanket to make us more comfortable as well. Wed 10/3. Up early, well early for us and on the road. We drove down to Port MacDonnell and then followed the coast to Carpenter Rocks and Cape Bancks..reading all about the wreck of The Ardmella. Onto Southend, with a drive past the largest wind farm in the Southern Hemisphere, through a couple of tiny towns, and Millicent. Southend is beautiful..we fell in love with the gorgeous turquoise coloured water. Decided to stay ...
... especially since I knew I'd be lashing out for a dress and more fruit and vegetables in the not too distant future. The second site we visited was Mount Gambier's famous Blue Lake. It changes colour in November from grey to bright blue. Fortunately it was still quite blue. Following the trip to the Blue Lake we booked in to a caravan park centrally located in Mount Gambier and went for dinner at the local pub. Bei's quote of the day. "Do your blog coz people like reading your ...
The local Presbyterian church is just across the road from where we are staying, so we attend their service which starts at 9.30am. Again a good service in a very interesting shaped church. The building features two of the local industries in its wooden ceilings and doors and limestone walls. This is also the third church we have visited where bible readings have been from Revelations 2 . The sermon this ...