Gloucester Motel & Restaurant
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Crap, avoid this place! Wifi sucks. Restaurant expensive!
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So we intended to reach Mt Barker today but got distracted, as usual. As it was getting dark, and the danger of hitting a kangaroo on the road increased, we stopped here in Pemberton for the night.
Onwards as ever tomorrow!
... it to the beach to enter act with them. They will sometimes swim so close you can walk into the water and pet them. While we waited we toured the aquarium inside the building. I saw live coral which I have never seen. Other fish I haven't seen live before are seahorses, crayfish, starfish and a few others. It was all so very interesting. We went down to the beach and visited with the young lady that ...
... we completed the one that started from the camp ground. The walk was somewhat unkempt and covered in old debris. It was an enjoyable experience with a large fallen tree utilized as a bridge across a creek and they had secured some chicken wire to it for grip along with a hand rail. Another fallen tree had a chunk cut out of it in the shape of a step without cutting all the way through the tree. It was a different experience from some of ...
We can't make up our minds which firsts we love more, the tingle or the strikingly straight Karri forests. We camped a few nights in an old deserted timber town called Shannon. There once was a thriving town until the 1960's. Now all overgrown and a wonderful camp spot to explore this area. A few places: The perspectives art installation on old growth forests and logging history The art walk at Northcliffe. The drive to the coast township of Windy ? With lots of ...
... Not to be deterred, we opted for a small, overnight stay, definitely not camping.
In the morning we made the short trip around the corner to the Valley of the giant’s tree top walk. Once more we were conquering trees, only this time courtesy of a much safer suspension bridge. We say much safer, the thing still bounced around with the same enthusiasm as a sugared up toddler, and that’s without mentioning the hairy spider that ...