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... the old track foundation had set really hard but really smooth.
So no sand slides and with front forks unlocked but hardly moving it was onto Foster for lunch before back on the highway and onto a bush camp just before the entrance gates to the Wilson's Promontory National Park.
Next morning it was meant to be a ...
... to use the long weekend to do a nice camping trip and have some relaxed days and barbecues at the beach. We spend the night in a rest area for free just right outside of the park, had a bbq and a couple of drinks before we quickly fell asleep. The next day we cooked eggs and bacon on the Barbie and went back to the park to do a hike. We wanted to climb up mount Oberon. And as you can see in my photos the walk was totally worth it! It was one of the most beautiful views I ...
... road a little dirt track was our car park and we ventured off on our first hike of the day, a short 2km 'wildlife walk'. Literally thousands of flies everywhere!!! And grass seeds with very sharp needles getting caught in our shoes and legs! We walked out onto a vast plain to see kangaroos and a couple of emu's grazing, all in front of the most spectacular backdrop. By this point we were completely covered in flies! ...
We weren't going far, our destination was up the coast, in Cape Liptrap National Park, at Bear Gully campground (there are bears in Australia?!). It was a free campground with the beach next door, and a view of Wilson's Prom.
We got to the campground around 10am, after driving through more farm lands. Sheep with a view of the ocean. Cows with a view of tidal rivers and lakes. The campground was completely full to ...
... reported back. It was exciting for us though! And I thought, even seeing a squirrel and a chipmunk back home in the US is exciting!
We walked a little down the path and saw another one. About a foot farther away but much more visible. Again, so cute! We finally got to the beach, a flat beach with slow waves that reminded us of Washington, and watched the sunset. We the walked back to the beach, finding the second wombat a little further ...