Bellevue on the Lakes
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and watched the sun go down. It was quite funny to wake up to the sound of cows mooing instead of running water. We had our fish for breky then took the kyak for a row on the river. It was lovely and the water was like glass. We launched at the boat ramp where the paddle steamer P.S.Curlip II is mored. It was a working vessell from 1890 and was responsible for delivering goods along the Snowy River for many years. Today she is a day tripper for visitors to Marlo. It was so quiet ...
... ready for adventure.
Driving along and looking at the map, we noticed that 'Maxwell road' led to the Mallacoota lookout so we decided to try and find it to get a view from the most South Easterly point of our road trip. I spotted the road name, we took the turning ... unsealed road ... travelled down up and around ... road getting narrower ... corner turned....broken bridge!! Slow reverse, 3 point turn, on way back realised we'd not taken a ...
... and windy day by venturing underground to the Fairy Cave in Buchan. We also enjoyed the drive out to Metung and a tasty lunch there at the pub right on the water.
As this particular section of our road trip comes to an end, we’ve realised that we won’t really see the sunrise over water any more. However the next stages of the trip are set to be exciting, as the Jackson hospitality always proves to be and Tasmania has a lot to live up to. Bring on the silly ...
... we just enjoyed sitting outside watching the kids play for the rest of the day.
Another quiet day was enjoyed today – the weather was even better today than yesterday. Di headed off for a run pushing Mitchell in the pram (despite her cold) and got stuck at some sandy bits so had to backtrack and I took a walk down to the local beach.
Ayla spent the day making friends with half the kids in the park it seemed and had a wonderful ...
It has been some years since my now late son Matthew and I did this same trip. In March of 1999 we had camped at Mc Killop's Bridge campground in the Snowy River National Park. That night we sat and gazed in awe at the beauty of the star filled night then retired to our beds. Campers nearby then brought out their guitars and sang bush ballads. Mellow voices then begun, slowly at first, their renditions of bush poetry. Before long one of Australia's most powerful and popular ...