Port Campbell Motor Inn
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... next stop was the road itself. A wooden 'memorial' sign has been put up over the road, we're not sure why, I'm pretty sure the tour guide didn't explain it. He just told us to get nice pictures, which is fine, I guess. Once we were back on the bus and moving along we passed through Lorne which was a rather posh looking place with lots of colours and empty time shares that I promise I could find a much better use for. Next we were off to see the Koalas at ...
... 160; After our beach walk we climbed up through brush through Devils Kitchen and headed along beside the cliff until we reached another campsite, and headed along the clifftops and down over Gellibrand River toward Princetown. After diverting off the track for 5 minutes we headed up to Princetown for some surly service at the local café - but very welcome hot chocolates. And flushing toilet, which earned a big yay from Annie. After leaving ...
... found our hotel and after having our meal at a local hostelry we decided to drive up to London Bridge rock to see the sunset. Several people were waiting following the sunset to see penguins return to the beach for the night after a days fishing in the ocean, so we waited, and waited, but when it got to about 9.30 and we couldn't see a hand in front of our faces we left the others and decided to make haste back to the car!!
Onwards to Warrnambool tomorrow.
... for the Australian Board of Tourism. His company, Beyond Content, churns out some killer ads and promotional videos for Nikon, the tourism industry and other big big brands. Do check them out! Especially, that promo vid for Nikon of Clark Little, the number one wave photographer. Already off to his next gig, he left us standing on the car park with ...
... was a teenage girl who had clung to a piece of wood from the ship. They took shelter in a cave in the cove that night and were found by locals the next day.
We walked down into the cove itself and took pictures of the pretty beach and fascinating cave, and then went back up the stairs and out to the edge of the outlook.The view of the blue water and sheer red cliffs of the coastline was incredible.
We stopped briefly at "The Grotto", and walked down ...