Mountain Grand Guest House
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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2 months in the Grampians, and all of the sudden we got visitors for a few days! Met for the first time up in the Katherine Gorge, Northern Territory, we all got reunite.
It was so nice having all of you guys over, I very much enjoyed the time together, the evening BBQ ...
... is a 9.6km walk. Not to far but its not just strolling along a track. Lots of climbing and steps so challenging enough that we were pleasantly weary at the end of our climb and descent. The Pinnacles is one of the highlights but the sheer majesty of the Grampians is what its all about. We started here on our first leg in Australia so it was apt that we finished here as well. I think this place is rather wonderful. There are a lot ...
... s astonishing, beautiful. Trees adorn the view to the horizon.
We make our way to the bottom, passing a wallaby tucked into the bushes, then head back to the bus. Heading then down the hill to the cultural center. We are then back on the road and head on the road to lunch. The location is Tower hill national park. It's as normal a park as you can imagine, big picnic tables, undercover BBQ's, lots of open space, trees, except that a couple of Emu's patrol the park. We enjoy ...
... through Natimuk to Mt. Arapiles-Tooan State Park. Mt. Arapiles is a spectacular feature rising sharply from the Wimmera plains and is one of Australia's best rock climbing areas, world renowned for more than 2000 routes on the many cliffs, crags and pinnacles. I chose to walk the 1.6km track to the summit up well-defined steps and an awesome view over the plains, a bit over an hours return. Camped at No. 428, Centenary Park Campground in Mount Arapiles-Tooan State Park, $5 ...
Richard works with horses, for many years specialising in dressage technique and conducting clinics and seminars worldwide. Here’s a link to his website: http://www.dressagetechnique.com/ Now in 'semi –retirement’, Richard has discovered the wonderful world of clicker training with his personality-plus Poodle, Fido. Richard hasn’t done a lot of dog training up until now, but both boys are born performers and Richard ...