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 …
... down the hills and across narrow ledges like there was no tomorrow! Monkey man had nothing on him! After lunch we visited another sinkhole - the Umpherston Sinkhole. Now THAT is a sinkhole! It is enormous and has a beautifully set out garden inside which was down 79 steps and I think we each took about 30 photos (but we won't bore you by printing them all here - we'll keep those slides for 'special' people!!!). I always associated ...
... for Cave Gardens that are situated in the middle of Mt Gambier’s city centre. A natural sink hole and cave structure that they have turned into beautiful gardens. Just after checking this out the heavens opened so we had to dash into the public library and use their free wifi, while the rain passed over. Outside the library they had a little farmer’s market, where Mike tried an iced water filtered coffee which apparently removes the bitterness. Continued ...
Unfortunately national parks Victoria have recently increased camp site fees close to $40 per night which is about double of national park fees elsewhere in Australia and now can only be booked via the internet prior to attendance. As what seems to be "per normal government policy of our current times," the computer software is incompatible causing lots of anguish for users if it is available. Subsequently people including us are presently avoiding Victorian ...
... right in the centre of town with a beautiful rose garden arrangement, conquered the local fruit and vege market in town, and then took a drive out of town to see port McDonnell the rock lobster capital of australia. This beautiful beachside town has a stunning tourist drive that we enjoyed immensely, with some wonderful rugged coastline, which looks perfect for some great fishing, diving and snorkelling down below. We then took a ...