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... days if there was nothing to do. We decided to forfeit the hut but were lucky that the information center was able to change the date for another time. This mean't we didn't loose the money and we can come back.
We shoved everything in to the back of the car and headed back to Melbourne. As we came over the Darby Saddle, the weather was a tad better on the northern side. We stopped at the airstrip to view a bunch of Kangaroos and then decided that ...
Well mum 'n dad 'n I have been having so much fun that dad ran out of time to write my diary thoughts and my video memories for a whole month….whatever that is. We drove our new caravan all the way from near Brisbane through NSW all the way to the bottom of the country to a place in Victoria called Wilsons Promontory.
In NSW we were seeing a lot of kangaroos, possums and even echidna's around our camps. In Wilsons Promontory Victoria, we saw ...
We finished off our visit to Phillip Island today by going to the race track and a spot of rainbow trout fishing. Alex and Andrew both caught two fish and Tom a small one, but he is quick to advise that it was a very tasty one.
We have now driven as far south as we can on the mainland, to Wilsons Promontory. The kids have been looking across Bass Strait hoping to see Tasmania. The ...
We left Cape Conran relatively early as we knew that today would be longest drive we've done for a long time. First off we needed to stop at Lakes Entrance to stock up on food and to do some laundry. In hind site was a mistake to do laundry here as it cost us about $15 to wash and dry one load.
Driving along the highway from Sale to the Prom I saw for the first time the wind farms (wow are they cool!!) The ...
... through the bush waving it around her head and legs, I couldn't decide whether she reminded me of a tour guide with an umbrella or a cow flicking flies with it's tail. I also found that with Mel's new toy, the major danger to my legs wasn't low branches now, but Mel whipping them whenever she saw a fly nearby. It hurt! When we tried to replace the battered fern later that day we couldn't actually get any others out of the ground, so Brisbane Man was definitely more of ...
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