Grampians Motel Halls Gap
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Sadly we had to leave our perfect accommodation, but before leaving we had a drive round Port Fairy We explored the beach, Griffiths Island and drove round to the marina before stopping on the High Street for a coffee.
It was then back on the road heading inland to Halls Gap.
We drove up towards Dunkeld, into the park. The clouds …
... we went.
The walk was difficult but not crazy, lots of flat areas to break up the harder scrambling sections and the landscape was really cool; we mused that it would make a perfect setting for a Star Trek episode.
The Pinnacle itself was really awesome...ly terrifying. I tried to get up to the top section but could only manage to sit on the step while dad hung my camera over the edge to take the pictures. My heart was ...
The sun was shining through the trees and it did look pretty good.
They even forgot about me and hopped out straight away with the cameras!
They were not away that long really, as they had pasties from the bakery for lunch, so I guess that was pretty important to them and they were back soon. Then I was ...
... to a wonderful Punjab restaurant where we sat outside and watched kangaroos playing in and round the lake and boxing in the field just in front of us. The meal was delicious and we loved the waiter who when Paul asked if the beer was on tap replied 'No, but I could make it look as if it is!' I must have eaten rather a lot because on the way back the saddle of my already small bike collapsed so that my knees were round my ears...more laughter all ...
The Grampians. Fifty shades of green.
The Grampians have recovered from the fires of 2006 and everything is green again.
It is impossible to count how many shades of green, but everywhere you look, everything is lush and vibrant, but if you look closely, you can still see the scars of the burnt trees beneath.
The Grampians is one of the largest national parks in Victoria, and is a popular ...