Twelve Apostles Motel & Country Retreat
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- Free parking
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... I can't remember the name of. It turned out the park was basically a dirt track leading past some caravans that disappeared up into trees as the hill got steeper. Many tourists hung out around the bottom of the hill where they'd clearly seen something. I think it was a domestic parrot. We were driven half way up the hill then told to walk up for a bit more until we found him again, so we got off and he drove off. He guaranteed that we would see Koalas ...
Drove on the Great Ocean Road to view the Great Australia Bight attractions such as the Bay of Islands, (where we watched as a boat was backed down a scary steep ramp to be launched - amazing guts), The Grotto, London Bridge, The Arch and then stopped for brekkie at Port Campbell, a cosy but busy little seaside village. Walked out to the Jetty and watched as fishing boats were winched out of the ...
... the tin roof had dissolved, so we went back to find Koalas.
Ari found a few more in trees as I wandered off to see the original ones. As I was looking at them Ari then found another one with a joey in the tree above our tent. We watched it for a while, it climbed down the tree a bit, then started to eat bark from the tree, it was so close to us. I thought it might fall on the car. We stayed watching them for ages until we decided to go and charge the ...
... The sea is also looking very cold,(being the Southern Ocean and coming from Antarctica it's not surprising), but is beautiful colors especially near the shore line, going from the deep navy blue to spectacular Aqua colours and in the Grotto we had yellow shades caused by the algae on the rocks under the water. The waves along this coastline can be as high as 30 meters, and you can see that in the structure of the sandstone cliffs. The sea is also eroding the base of ...
... it hadn't stopped raining. Pete made scrambled eggs and beans for breakfast and we headed to the Otway Tree Top walk. Once we arrived at Otway walk, the rain eased off, we paid $25 each to do the walk which was quite a lot but it was really cool. We walked the circuit which took us about an hour. The circuit consisted of a nice forest walk and a 300m tree top walk along bridges 45m above ground through a forest that before the logging started (about 100 years ago) was twice ...