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 …
Here for a quick camp to see the crater lakes: The blue lake and the valley lake. The kids learnt about the volcanic explosions 4500 years ago. And the layers of limestone then basalt (lava) around the walls of the craters. The Blue Lake supplies the region with water, so it was a good opportunity to learn about ...
... There has been such a negative response that national parks management have just announced they will stop charging for camping in locations that were at no cost prior to the implementation of this new system, possibly as a carrot to appease the public and potential tourists. We may test out that promise in the next week as we are lovers of national park sceneries.
We still went into the national parks to view potential camp locations but didn't see ...
... the Wonambi Fossil Centre, where the ancient world of megafauna comes alive in a simulated forest and swampland. Drove through Coonawarra wine region, through Penola, home of Mary MacKillop and had a look through the information centre reading about the establishment of Penola as a town. Interesting history, Scottish and Chinese. We walked up the Main Street, beautiful crafty/gift shops and then headed onto Mt Gambier! Out of luck with the freebies we had picked out, so ...
... vegetables or other expensive food groups were allowed to cross the border and hefty penalties applied to offenders. The traffic cone was getting deeper!!! My previously small girlfriend was now on a mission to devour a weeks worth of fruit and vegetables (photo). Following a valiant effort the remains of the shopping were disposed of in the bin. We continued to drive to the inspection area only to find it was closed! I'm sure it was my fault!! Lol. We arrived at Mount Gambier ...