Port Campbell Motor Inn
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... the next beach. On this beach I felt such happiness, the beach, the cliffs, the waves the weather were all great, this was the start of a new adventure. The first half of this 1,2 km stretching beach was completely empty, I was all alone on here, what a great feeling!! I didn't know what was ahead, I didn't know where I would end this day, these thoughts intensified my happiness.
The cliff walk was pretty tough, the total 7 ...
... renowned for its volcanic crater lakes. Although Australia is the only continent not currently volcanically active, these are quite recent craters from 28,000 and 5,000 years ago. The lake in the Blue Lake crater is supposed to turn from grey to blue every November but the warm weather has turned it earlier and it’s already a lovely blue. It also supplies the town water, as H was tickled to find when she inspected her 'first flush’.
The Blue Lake is in a ...
... dolphins, porpoises and Lone bull and young seals. Although the seals looked extremely cute, we were warned to not approach it because they were fierce and fast. The whales were extremely far out in the water but it was an exciting experience to see them none the less. It was wonderful getting to see all of the different marine species.
We completed our walks around the immediate Twelve Apostles vicinity and moved back to the carpark. We grabbed ...
... is mined in Australia for steel.
At last we reached the Twelve Apostles. The most stunningly beautiful view imaginable. The limestone rocks stand up in the sea and have been given different names - Twelve Apostles are the most famous but others are The Grotto, London Bridge and The Arch. The formation is constantly changing due to the sea pounding on the rocks. Last time we were here we took a helicopter flight over them, which is a definite must.
... of it as possible. Despite it being pretty cute, it is apparently a bit of a dim animal and has a tiny brain in comparison to the size of its head. The theory is that they sacrificed brain size for energy conservation, as a brain is too energy-heavy. Somewhere along the evolutionary road, it may have been better for them to decide to eat a bit more. To make things worse, the poor guys are facing a serious decline in numbers due to habitat loss ...