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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... area, which was great as we could leave the caravan there and go into town. We drove into Portland after we set up and had lunch. We went to the info centre and found out we could do a few good walks and see seals in the area. There was also a big ship coming into the port, so we got to have a look at the tugs pulling it in up close. We drove out and had a look at the lighthouse that afternoon which was ...
... The used both indoor BBQ's to cook mountains of bacon, egg, sausage and onion. And left them dirty. But for the most part I had the place to myself. I made myself at home in the little kitchen, left my phone and iPad plugged in there overnight, drank tea, filled my hot water bottles, chilled my drinks. Perfect. That first night I drove into town and was amazed at the variety and amount of cafes and restaurants open, so much choice. I really liked the look of a pizza ...
... Lorries’! I even saw some signs warning of the Koalas – yeah right! I drove through a town called ‘Port Fairy’ – a pretty holiday spot and just before the Great Ocean Road. I had a break here and wandered along the marina, which gave me enough of a rest to drive to Port Campbell. Once I hit the Great Ocean Road (it’s actually quite a few miles inland and before you get to drive along the coastal road), ...
We pack the car (everything fits comfortably in the boot of the X-trail!) and head out on our 600km or so journey southeast to Warrnambool, close to the start of the famous Great Ocean Road, and where we plan to spend the next couple of nights over Christmas. The trip out of Adelaide is pretty urban, but within 100km or so we're out into the valleys – and wine country. We pass through some of the most famous ...
... to find a radio station with good reception, and drifted in an out of sleep listening to a program I think was called "Musical Notes" that was doing a show about surf music from the 60's. So lots of The Beach Boys, "Surfin' Bird" by The Trashmen (how was an amazing song like that written in 1963?!?) and so on. I even heard the cricket score - something like Australia 267 for 5 after day one...hopefully it would still be going and I would be there in Adelaide in ...