Bellevue on the Lakes
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After farewelling Ian and Jackie we commenced our journey through the suburbs of Melbourne to the Freeway to drive the 330km to Lakes Entrance.
We drove through the Yallourn area where the Yallourn Power Station is located. The Power Station supplies 22 percent of Victoria's power. The station is powered by brown coal from the nearby Open …
... wildlife. Found a caravan park on crown land on the lake surrounding an AFL oval - very quirky, fishing from the campsite, black swans and cygnets around every day.
The kids made some friends for a day and spent an afternoon at the beach making a fort and then bike riding to a big playground.
We spent an afternoon at Lake Tyler's Beach, Matt tried catching crabs as the kids floated ...
Leaving the beautiful Eden we decided to head straight through to the border, not far really, driving through heavily forested areas we soon reached Victoria. Here we take a detour from the highway and go down to the pretty beachside area of Mallacoota. We pull up at the harbourside and have a magnificent spot for our cuppa. We walk along to the jetty to check out the action with the fishermen and of course the pelicans are there! There is an eye-catching mural ...
... I apply my own thought and logic to the problem and take the pre-filter apart to find a large globule of fried breadcrumbs stuck in it. This could be it. I put it all back together and it goes a bit better but not that well. Stan thinks it's an improvement, so that's the main thing. I pack it all up a bit disgruntled. I'm still shocked at the money situation which is nagging. The camp site manager has told us to pack up sharpish so we do and bid Stan and Bev farewell. ...
... trundle down to the beach. Although I know we are now in Victoria with the beach facing south instead of east, Casey and I were not prepared for how cold the water is here. It's freezing according to her. Storms set in so we raced back to a studying mum. The next day saw us in bairnsdale by 9am after a stop off for breakfast. Cath completed her all day exams, with hopefully we believe a good outcome. She is reasonably confident she is now finished uni (for ...