Aquila Mount Abrupt Eco Lodges
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... 96 kms of riding for the day. On arriving at Minyup, I saw the perfect sign out the front of the first local pub: Free camping and showers. Needless to say I didn’t ride any further, got a good clean and had some nice food. While I was still finishing my last ale, the local cricket team arrived to celebrate their win. It was great to stay a little while longer and talk cricket with the boys. But alas, this ol’ fella had to excuse himself and get off to bed to keep ...
... had fantastic 360 degree views of Lake Wartook and the Halls Gap area. We've travelled from north to south in the Grampians National Park today and although we've probably only done about 100 kms, that was enough for today, so we're camped in a small town at the foothills of the southern Grampians called Dunkeld.
The caravan park is picturesque, but I've never seen so many signs about what to do and what not to do - hold button to flush toilet, use ...
... high with the waves crashing against them. Next was the much anticipated (although slightly disappointing) Cheese world, where we used vouchers to get some massive milkshakes and bought a tasty garlic & pepper cheddar. After a quick Coles supermarket stop at Warrnambool the Great Ocean Road was over and we started to drive north towards the Grampians National Park. We stopped at the friendly Tourist Information office in Dunkeld and made use of ...
... br> What a great afternoon both at the golf course and at Ric and Shirely's delightful retirement villa.
A superb day. Head spinning. Finally we set off for parts east. Then we changed our minds found Lake Bollac and headed down here for the night.
For those interested East Beach is the best free campsite. No one else here. We are on the edge of the lake. Fantastic.
... really be afraid of humans..
We only spent a day at the Grampians exploring the main natural sights (f.e McKenzy Falls) and a few viewpoints giving spectacular views of the majestic sandstone mountains covered by forrest and other woodlands. The Grampians are home of a vast diversity of native plants and animal species, some of them are unique to this area. The Park is surprisingly green considering that 50% of the ...