Quality Inn Presidential
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Our day started with a search for an ice chest. They call it an esky. We had success and found ice at the local grocery. We had our breakfast from a local bakery. These local bakeries are the best place for breakfast or lunch. They have breakfast pasties and sandwiches which are yummy. We then made our way to Cape Otway Light Station, operation …
Mount Gambier was our target for the day. a smallish town without a mountain in sight. However it does have a hill, which used to be a volcano and within the hill is a very impressive reservoir of water, which turns blue during the summer months. In the heat of the day, like intrepid explorers we circumnavigated the hill. Good exercise, good views and decent weather. Moved onto our motel for the night, ...
... and the water eventually enters the underground water system which feeds into the Blue Lake. The Cave garden is also famous for its roses. Sinkhole and Cave called Hells Hole. We took a drive out of town, along a dirt track which went through the forestry, park and followed a trail through bush and came across a metal cage with a door in it. We Entered the cage and found ourself suspended over a large sink hole full ...
... amazing gardens and to the Cave sunken garden in the centre of town. A Lovely day. Lots of sinkholes here that have been made into gardens. Blimey...hope the camp is safe!
Monday 9th June Queens Birthday S.A
Queens birthday in NZ last weekend. Today we drove to Centenary Tower hoping to be able to climb it to look out at the lakes. Unfortunately it was closed due to the public holiday. We went to the art gallery and watched ...
... was the first vessel to sail eastwood through Bass straight and in December 1800 land was sighted. The first mountain sited was Mt. Schank and named after Captain Schank, the second sighted was named after Lord Gambier. On this trip Cape Northumberland and Cape Banks where also named.
Penambol conservation park and Caroline Sinkhole.
We drove out towards the coast and the border for ...