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... off the road but decided it was a little too early to stop. Another town worthy of a visit is Skipton; a pleasant historic town, with a river running through it, a platypus viewing deck and picnic areas. The sun begun to set which made driving westward a bit hard so we decided that Lake Bolac would be tonight's resting place. Arrived at the eastern side of the lake and ...
... free showers. We did a brisk walk up The Piccaninny, spotting a view kangaroos on the way and were rewarded with very good views of the flat valley and hilly Grampians in the distance. As we continued our drive into the mountains there were lots of kangaroos jumping across the road. We found a quiet decent pull off to free camp just outside the national park boundary. Stayed at Free Camp, off Victoria Valley Road, Grampians National Park [T&J rating: ...
We passed the border into Victoria this morning, there is now 10 hours difference with France and 11 hours with the UK. We made our way to The Grampians National Park. It's really nice and green here, we like it. If we could we would stay longer. We just had time to have a nice drive through the park, check a few lookouts and walk around the MacKenzie Falls, before taking the road again.
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... and other activities. Wished I could stay longer.
We head back to Melbourne in the afternoon stopping at a local Winery for a tour of the premisses and a few rounds of wine-tasting. Although the wine was not my taste and the owners arrogant attitude towards mainly backpacking customers was uncourteous I did like the brief look behind the scenes.
Overall a good value for money tour with perfect weather and good ...
The first day of true rallying will begin with breakfast at Joseph's Restaurant. Departing Werribee at 8am, we will make our way to the Great Ocean Road, one of Australia's best driving roads and home to some of Australia's most famous beaches. The Great Ocean Road, officially designated as the B100, begins at Torquay and travels 243 kilometres westward to finish at Allansford near Warrnambool. It hugs the coastline affectionately known as the Shipwreck Coast, ...