Port Campbell Motor Inn
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I woke to a sound I hadn't heard in just over a month. The duck quacked aggressively, probably making our fellow room mates wonder who on earth had sabotaged the room with poultry. Becky's alarm clock was always annoying, it wasn't any less so on the other side of the planet. We were up early so that we could go on our day trip down the Great Ocean Road. Our tour guide rang us as we were on our way down the stairs, five minutes early. That put a dent in ...
First off, visiting the Twelve Apostles in the morning couldn't have been a better decision. Great lighting, bearable crowds and twelve gigantic limestones and a broken bridge all to ourselves :) On the way back at the Twelve Apostles helicopter tours, we bumped into Steven from London, who just this very moment finished filming a promo video of ...
... 14.4181814193726px;">We did the trip over 4 days/3 nights so we didn't have to rush and were lucky enough to get an upgrade to our rental car which was a bonus! We stopped at all the biggies on the way - The London Bridge, The Arch etc.. but also took some time to take in the less well known areas and towns which were a perfect addition to the trip. These included little waterfalls, secluded camping spots and kangaroo spotting above an extinct volcano - my first ...
We take a last look at the falls, watch a flock of beautiful white geese, and then head off over a small one way bridge to find the Princes highway. On the highway we visit the Wangoom Cheese factory, enjoy the cheese tasting and buy some of the local produce. As we continue our travels we soon start to see signs directing us to the Great Ocean Road. This spectacular road was hand built by some 3000 returned First World War Soldiers and Sailors in honour of their ...
... as we only had 5 days off work. We drove around Port Philip Bay to Geelong and then made our way to the official beginning of the GOR - Torquay. We went into the info centre there for Alice to grab as many leaflets as humanly possible (leaflets are her favourite) and we went to a fancy cafe for lunch. We drove past the lighthouse featured the the hit tv show 'Round The Twist'. The next town was Lorne. We had actually previously been to Lorne with Rhys, Sarah and ...