Walhalla's Star Hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... young people piled out along with an enormous amount of camping gear. We doubted it would all fit back in! Turns out they were Italians on their way to Sydney then Brisbane to pick fruit. If they did some seasonal rural work they could get an extension on their visa. It was cooling down quickly now the sun was gone and keeping an eye on their set up, we were convinced they were going to be cold tonight!
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 ...
... lyrebird cry out as it flew down from up on high, right before my eyes, to land in a tree nearby. An awesome sight and no time to catch a photo before it took off across the cascading river to land amongst the fernery. We free-camped at number 67A, Limberlost Road trail bike visitor area. Tuesday December 10th After rain most of the night the sun was peaking through the clouds when I woke up this morning. We drove back into Noojee and I walked for one and a half hours to ...
I won't write too much here as the photos tell the story. This is one of the best car/motorbike museums I have been to. There is a picture of a 70s Valiant there but I'm not sure of the year. If anyone knows please let me know.
Maffra is a town worth visiting and so is this museum, enjoy the photos.
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!