Royal Mail Hotel
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- Free parking
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... back up, but well worth the effort. The water cascades over the ancient rocks and used to be a meeting place for the Aboriginal people, as there is always water there, even in the hot summer months.
We have not seen any creepy crawlies yet but did spot a little lizard basking on a rock on the way up from MacKenzie Falls!
A perfect day to remember.
On to Philip Island ...
... at Reed's lookout, The Balconies, Mackenzie Falls and Lake Wartook made the day enjoyable. All that stopping meant that by the end of the day I camped in the Wartook Valley. But again it was a day highlighted with terrific landscapes.
... by dessert of Tiramisu and Apple pie with cream, served and eaten in the camp kitchen, unfortunately, the wind was freezing and chased us back to our vans immediately after dinner. Finished the evening with coffee and a chat at Laurie and Nina's van. Feeling old, our eldest Grandson Mitch, finished his school years today, where has that time ...
... check out the camp area. Stopped at the first one, about 500 metres of the highway, a quite lakeside spot, with a few trees and tables and fireplaces and a toilet. Camp fees are payable and will be collected by the ranger – we saw no ranger. At the end of day 1 we are 240 kilometres from home, relaxed and enjoying a beautiful sunset over a lake with no one else around.
... 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: ...