Port Campbell Motor Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of hours on the road we arrived at the 12 Apostles which were incredible. There were paths leading down so you could get a really impressive picture. I felt like Dad though because I had to wait for all the other people to get out of our way before we took our photo!! We have been really lucky because we have traveled to places during the week so they have practically been deserted. After some pictures at the top viewing points we walked back to the car (past ...
... and witnessing black wallabis hopping about the place, rocky coves, beaches and a lighthouse.
After this, we hit the road to make our way to the scenic GOR. On the way we stopped at Cheese World for some cheese tasting and, what was advertised by the locals as, the best milkshakes in the world....hmmmmm! The GOR certainly lived up to its expectations and it was beautiful to view the rock formations amongst white sandy beaches, cliffs and the ...
... the twelve apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and London Bridge. It was a drive of a lifetime! Daniel the tour guide was a comedian keeping us highly entertained throughout the journey playing the most random of songs, ending with Go West theme tune. After our 10 hour drive we turned round and headed back to Melbourne. The journey in total took 14 hours by the time everyone had been dropped off at their hotels. We were now shattered and sleep was upon us, ...
... ever wondered what cute little noise these little furry faces make? Well it is a bit like a lion crossed with an angry pig. Literally they have a roary squeal like nothing you have ever heard from such a small cute animal.
The other benefit of Kennett River as with most places along the Great Ocean Road, it has a huge beach right opposite the camp ground. A huge beach which at 6pm we had completely to ourselves, to play camera club as the sun went down.
... Nemo! Classic. LOCH ARD GORGE!!!!! Wow! Just wow! What a phenomenal place! Words can not describe how insanely amazing this part of the tour was! The views were simply some of the best we have ever seen! Every time you look upon this place you have to take a second to catch your breath. Doug told us all the shipwreck story about the gorge which was named after the clipper ship 'loch ard' that crashed nearby at Muttonbird island and the only two survivors washed up ...