Twelve Apostles Motel & Country Retreat
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... famous drive but not once is it mentioned that it is actually undrivable for a wobbly campervan with sharp turns and mountains galore. Our heads were all spinning after an hour weaving and manoeuvring the route (and my campervan sickness is not great at the best of times). Although the sea was gorgeous, I felt that this was potentially worth doing a small segment but not the whole shebang, although once on the route it is hard to escape from. Gibsons Steps ...
... as blood sugar levels returned to normal.
We came down out of the forest and back to the beach a bit later. This area is called the "surf coast" and there were several little beaches with really nice rolling waves that made it easy to see how it got its name. We pulled aside at one as the sun broke through the clouds. Felicia found seashells and we all took pictures and enjoyed the warm sunshine.
Next we saw a sign for the "Split Point ...
... of green and silver and some covered in small white flowers. It's covering of the land is very thick and because no dogs, foxes or dingoes can penetrate it, the bird population has somewhere safe to nest and live. We also go down the 82 Gibson steps to the beach below and take a paddle in the cold Southern Ocean. Just after the 12 apostles we turn left and go in land to be caught up in farmers herding their sheep along the road, and we stop and ...
... and through the Coorong NP. We went for a walk to see some Pelicans and really enjoyed the drive. Driving here is really easy, automatics and cruise control mean its really just a case of click and point driving! But the speed regulations are pretty random... We stopped the first night in a very pretty town called Robe and went for walk around the headland and to the lightnhouse.Earning our fish and ...
... I had some crim, expecting me there to pick up my own bike within 45 mins and was in a different state in the middle of nowhere and couldn't get in touch with the police!! I can't even tell you how high my blood pressure was!!!! By this stage we happened to be out for dinner in Port Campbell which incidentally is a gorgeous little town. Again! I won't go into the gory details except that I did get in touch with the police, they sent a team of ...