Mountain Grand Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... we checked in at our hotel.
The grounds were lovely with Emus, rabbits and kangaroos roaming around along with the sound of birds, it is an idyllic setting.
We ate in a small village restaurant watching the Kangaroos munching in the park opposite, surreal!!
A cold start to the day, but sun soon rises and warms us. We take off to explore the Grampians 168,000 hectare national park, renowned for rugged mountains and breathtaking views, Aboriginal rock art, active population of Kangeroos, Wallabies, Emus, Reptiles and Birds, over 1000 wildflower species, Waterfalls ( when they have had some rain), lookouts and rock formation (escarpments). ...
... in the snow for the first time. They had a great time throwing snowballs at Cam, building snowmen, crunching in the snow and chasing snowballs that Cameron rolled down the hill. After a fun-filled day, we all enjoyed a special treat as Cameron, the smooth-talking charmer, had managed to get the kids some free ice-creams.
Our time in The Grampians was magical and we've all created some amazing memories from our time ...
... Pinnacle is just at the top. It isn't! You turn the corner and a long wide valley of rock presents itself. High on both sides, rocky in the middle. The path curves into the left side, that must be the top. Climbing, breathless, exhausted stepping stone to stone you turn the corner. It isn't! The path goes up 45•, climbing, climbing. Then you see the top. Being able to sit, breath and eat a cereal bar is more my concern. You walk towards the Pinnacle and the view expands over ...
... 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 ...