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... a riverside just outside of a little oldy worldy town called Toora. We headed in to the town first to buy a few bits for tea. The town i can only describe as something out of a typical western type town, the buildings looked like they'd been picked up from a western set. It was strange because again this is something I thought I'd see in America not Australia. We returned to the campsite and set ourselves up for the night. Boxes of wine are cheap here ...
... It was interesting to note the local and quite different fauna including big tree grasses and ferns. We were fortunate to catch a glimpse of a swamp wallaby although he bounced away a bit too quickly, and a pair of yellow tailed black cockatoos high in the trees above us. Admission now - we only knew what they were from the information board at the start of the walk telling us what to look out for. Altogether we walked about 8 km so we were ...
... a price rise in the NP and an unpowered site cost $57.20. Now that raised the Irish blood pressure! When I inquired about the South Point walk, the lady recommended that I do that walk with a few side trips as a 3 day walk. At $57.20 per night with extra to register to walk that lady must be raking it in! I had to concede that I had little option than to ...
... Melbourne on Sunday and were supposed to come back on Monday evening. We went to the national park what took about 3 hours as we met our fifth mate in the city right in front of the entrance. Shane, a Sydneysider who decided to travel once around Australia, clockwise. He started in Sydney about a week ago and he was happy to have some company for the trip to wilsons and Phillip Island. We spend the afternoon at the beach which was crowded because many Australian ...
What to do for a few days until the Oldtime Fiddle Convention! We have been exploring the national parks south and north of Melbourne. Wilson's Prom is the south one. It's Friday 21 now and it's raining! We are all set up at the Fiddlers Fest, nice spot under an apple tree in The Back Paddock. It's cold only 13 degree and I have a vest on, and a cardi and a hoodie! soft now! Anyway, ...