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 …
... bluebells and snowdrops in bloom. That, along with the lambs and calves we passed on route remind us that it is spring out here. The second spring of the year for us!
We then headed up the volcano. One of Australia's youngest volcanoes a sign says, but the last eruption was about 4,800 years ago so we conclude it's probably safe. The crater now contains a couple of lakes within its rim. Blue lake, which changes colour throughout the year, being grey over winter ...
... Only problem that was a little further down the Arnhem Highway when we all reached the Stuart Highway. Still, they managed to catch their flights.
Michelle - the brass monkey who sees no evil - still had issues with her eyes the whole trip. Couldn't wear her contacts, just her glasses. Maybe the binoculars weren't such a bad idea. The other thing Michelle got was a very sore finger from waving to each ...
... free film about how Mount Gambier was formed. it was fascinating. We stopped by the Englebrecht cave for a tour (cost $12.50 per adult), it was a light hearted and informative tour. The divers go down these caves to explore. Way too claustrophobic for me! Our friend Steve is a diver and he has done it. Amazing and a tad crazy! Apparently the water is so clear it feels like you are flying through space. We really enjoyed it. Would love to do the ...
... showers - not much impressed with Mount Gambier weather!!! We headed off to find a free camp spot just on the other side of Victoria. Border which I had found on WikiCamps which looked amazing. Well, it seems that other people have discovered WikiCamps and that awesome spot too because when we got there, there was at least 5 other campers/combies/tents etc. Gorgeous site, right on "Dry Creek" which was anything but dry! So we decided to keep going and find ...