Walhalla's Star Hotel
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On the 25th of April I woke up at 5:00 and had a shower.Then went to have breakfast and then brushed my teeth and got my iPad mini.Then when we got to McDonald's we had breakfast with Gary's family but without Gary's mum.After breakfast we went to moe and got some bread rolls and brought James some boots and left ...
... Ada Tree north east of Powelltown. A wet, muddy walk through cool temperate rainforest to the viewing platform at the Ada Tree, a giant mountain ash considered to be one of Victoria's largest trees. Over 300 years old it towers over the surrounding rainforest standing about 76m in height with a circumference of 15m. I walked for about two hours to complete a circuit including the site of an old sawmill. We drove into Powelltown for blueberries and bacon and headed east up a ...
The drive today started along the Princes Highway thru Cann River. Its quite hilly with gentle grades, and the tall trees and rainforests are really beautiful. Certainly enjoying the drive. Took a left turn to Bemm River, a popular fishing spot.Back onto the highway and the next break is taken at Cape Conran and the beach was littered with hundreds of beach goers. The day was perfect and they were all making the most of the ...
Woke to another beautiful morning overlooking the Wellington River. As usual the kettle was soon on and a leisurely breakfast was consumed as the sun rose, lighting the hills and mountains around us. It wasn't long before we realised two things: 1) the day was going to be warmer than yesterday; 2) we were out of toilet paper and the supplies in the long drop had been exhausted since the evening of the day we arrived!
... us around where my dad grew up and told some stories of their childhood.
The Great Ocean road was as spectacular as I thought it would be although the weather was rainy,cold and windy. We visited all the main tourist attractions and stopped in for the night at a free camp at Johanna. The next day we travelled to Cape Otway and along the way saw a huge number of koalas in the gum trees lining the road. I have never seen so ...