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... Wet and drizzly today and quite cold. We decided after looking at the camp to carry on to Mount Gambier. Drove through Nelson. Nothing there really but again could be doing it an injustice as when the summer comes back again it may be a thriving little place. We did take a detour and also went to Cape Bridgewater also stunning with the wind farm and petrified forest.
... and rellies to catch up with their as well. Poor Bob, he's just the chauffeur. First thing in the morning we took a drive up to Tower Hill Nature Reserve. It was such a peaceful place, yea, a few other tourists, but not too bad. The volcano made a lovely drive, down to where there was a huge lake, and around the visitor centre were emus just doing their thing. A short walk down the side of the lake and we saw some kangaroos minding their business. It was a nature reserve so all ...
Spent three nights at Warrnambool with Pauls Nan. On my birthday we went for a 11.5km bike ride, which was remarkable as Ainsley only learnt to ride a bike in December. I was very impressed. We went along the warrnambool to port fairy rail trail which was fairly easy going, with some fairly pretty scenrey. I forgot my camera so there no photos to go with. On the ...
... are still standing, the other two having been eroded away at the base by the pounding ocean). I think you will see what we mean by the photos we upload to go with this blog.
Loch Ard Gorge was another area we stopped and was just a magnificent gorge eroded into the vertical cliffs, named after the ill fated clipper Loch Ard which wrecked here in 1848, with 52 lives lost. There were several people down on the beach taking a swim there and it ...
... The fault of our stars' or something similar. I'm nearly at the end and it had my crying on the beach! Anyway I chilled here until Emma and Steph arrived around 12:15. We then moved in convoy to continue along the GOR. Emma led, I followed. On the way out to Cape Otway there were a loads of koalas so we stopped for pics- some were ground level so we got very close. They look really cute but I didn't stroke them like some of the other tourists! At ...