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TravelPod Member ReviewsAvalon Motel Mount Gambier
Very comfortable stay with friendly and helpful owner in reception. Large very clean room. Enjoyed our stay.
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... where live crays were being placed into travelling containers for delivery to China within 24 hours and of course an inspection of their caravan.
A couple of hours later we were delivered back to our caravan and Colin resumed with his planned working duties.
We enjoyed walking along some of the reserve paths from where we were camped, viewing the local landscape. It was such a nice location we decided to stay another night.
We travelled to Mt Gambier where we restocked our fuel & food. A visit to the information centre felt somewhat lackluster.
A grey looking blue lake combined with a cold wind and light drizzle was uninspiring and we decided not to stop over at Mt Gambier this time. We had previously spent time exploring Mt Gambier and ...
... stopping at Port Fairy. This had a highly recommended bakery, which supplied our brunch, which we then ate in our car, looking out to sea, because it was now raining! Which made us feel very British indeed, bringing back many memories of doing this over the years! Anyway while we were sitting there we read about the walk around Griffiths Isalnd, which was just next to us where we had parked, and as the shower passed, we thought why not! This island ...
... was first explored around 1884 and on the tour we got to visit the entrance to two large chambers which expose the underground water table. Absolutely fascinating. Tour finished, it is lunch time, so we treat ourselves to coffee and scones again. Next stop is a small town called Penola, and to a street called Petticoat lane. This is where the first house in Penola was built in 1850 by a ...
... loudly for Michael) that saying the words "left" or "right" is the correct way of giving directions.
Not that Michael did a very good of navigating when we all left Humpty Doo in separate cars. The boys were to head to Darwin Airport, we were heading to Katherine. On existing Humpty Doo Michael turns right on the Arnhem Highway. Craig said should turn left, Michael says we have to go in opposite direction ...