Victoria Lodge Motor Inn
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Victoria Lodge Motor Inn Portland
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... Trakka's lockers and drawers tightly. That night out come the screw driver to tighten all the loose screws. The south coast of the island is wild bush with some sheep and cattle farms. We camp at Vivonne Bay and sleep to the sound of crashing waves. Another National Park at Seal Bay has the only accessible breeding site for not seals but the Australian Sealion. This species made a slow recovery from being almost wiped out by sealers but ...
As we drove over the South Australia border and into Victoria we found an echidna stopped in the middle of the road. It was the first time I'd seen an echidna and so we stopped and I got out of the car to try and get it out of the road. Obviously this was really hard as when I walked over to it, the echidna crawled into a ball and I couldn't pick it up because of its spikes! In the end the ...
... t beat a BBQ.
Milly had a sleepover in Maddy's room. She got to sleep in Maddy's bed and Maddy slept on a mattresss on the floor. They went to bed pretty late so they went to sleep quite quickly.
We had a really great evening. We finally went to bed around midnight which I felt a bit guilty about as Katrina and Heath had to be up quite early.
It was a perfect last night to our trip with great company!
... which included his uncle, Lex McConnell, as the trainer of the winning race horse, Beau Wallace. When we told the lady who ran the hotel, she showed us the cup next to it and said that this was the original cup that went with this race and that a man had seen the photo and said he had the cup at home filled with gold balls and she could have it if she wanted. After eating lunch and taking lots of photos we rang John's dad Ron ...
... night. We drove, with S&R close behind to just past Portland, Victoria and found some free camping in Narrawong State Forest. S&R set up the tent and we were settled in. While hanging out and cooking we met a 10 year old boy named Reese. He was camping with his mom on their way to Fairy beach. The only reason this is significant is because he beat Ryan in a foot race and thought I was 42.