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... off the road but decided it was a little too early to stop. Another town worthy of a visit is Skipton; a pleasant historic town, with a river running through it, a platypus viewing deck and picnic areas. The sun begun to set which made driving westward a bit hard so we decided that Lake Bolac would be tonight's resting place. Arrived at the eastern side of the lake and ...
... 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 ...
After the Great Ocean Road we had head inland to the Grampiana National Park.
It is 8 pm when we reach the Park and seeing the majestic sandstone mountain-range arising in the last rays of light in the distance is impressive. Also known as the Grand Canyon with lost of wildlife around one should think that animals are warned by a van racing through the park with bright headlights on... We saw a lot of kangaroos, ...
... on eucalypt leaves. An hour on down the road we will stop for lunch at Blackwood Gully in Lavers Hill. Lavers Hill is an area noted for scenic beauty. Perched at highest point on the Great Ocean Road, views can be enjoyed of the rolling hills and timbered forests of the Otway Ranges. It is also one of Victoria's wettest spots. From here it is just a short trip to the 12 Apostles. These world-recognised icons of Australia are set amongst the Port Campbell ...
... park and went to McKenzie falls. We went on a short hike to the falls along a well build stone path. The falls and lookouts were very impressive and really reminded me of lord of the rings. On the way back to the bus, we stumbled upon a kangaroo, they seem to be everywhere. The next stop was a lookout that peered over all the Grampians. This view was spectacular and literally took my breath away. Words ...